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The Washington Legislature is suing Gov. Jay Inslee once again alleging he overstepped his veto authority earlier this year. The Washington Supreme Court recently sided with the Legislature in a similar case

Once Again, Washington Lawmakers Sue Inslee Over Vetoes

For the second time, Washington lawmakers are suing Gov. Jay Inslee over his use of the veto pen. In a lawsuit filed Monday in Thurston County Superior Court, the Legislature asserts Inslee exceeded his veto power earlier this year when he line-item vetoed parts of the state transportation budget and eliminated a subsection of a low carbon fuels bill. Continue Reading Once Again, Washington Lawmakers Sue Inslee Over Vetoes

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Clear Your Record Of Simple Possession? Not That Easy But You Should Try

In February 2021,  the Washington State Supreme Court ruled that the State’s felony drug possession statute was unconstitutional. This decision, known as State v. Blake,  has far-reaching impacts that affect anyone previously convicted of simple possession of a controlled substance.  Continue Reading Clear Your Record Of Simple Possession? Not That Easy But You Should Try

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