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    The Freedom Foundation is suing Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson over transparency in public records, specifically regarding the state's Public Records Act.
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    On Tuesday the Washington House of Representatives passed House Bill 1074, raising the age of sale for all tobacco and vapor products from 18 to 21.
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    The King County Sheriff's Office arrested King County Metro employee Mark Norton on Tuesday, who is suspected of coercing a woman to engage in commercial sex acts.
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    Approximately 974,000 University of Washington medical patients are affected by a data breach that released some names medical record numbers and other information on the Internet last December.
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    In the first interview since an Office Depot surveillance video circulated showing him stealing a chair, Tim Eyman defends himself, claiming it was an honest mistake.
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