Washington Set to Protect Customers from Ticket Fraud

Super Bowl XLVIII

Washington state is set to take action to protect consumers from ticket sales fraud and price gouging in the wake of complaints concerning Super Bowl ticket sales.
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UW study shows teens, adults not clear on Washington pot law

Marijuana Leaf

More than two years after Washington legalized marijuana, many people are still not clear on the specifics of the new law.
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State Senate Extends Cell Phone Bans While Driving

Texting & Driving

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- The Washington Senate has voted to extend the state's ban on cellphone use while driving to cover the range of functions a smartphone can now serve.
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House sends fast-tracked mental health bill to Gov. Inslee

Mental health

A bill to establish a 14-day deadline for mental health evaluations of people charged in crimes has passed the Washington Legislature.
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State officials ask lawmakers for $9M in case of drought

Drought Relief Request

The state of Washington has not yet declared a drought this year, but they're asking the Legislature for $9 million for drought relief in case it's needed.
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Senate OK bills to promote nuclear energy in Washington

NUclear Energy

 The Senate has approved a measure to advance nuclear power as part of Washington's future energy mix.
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