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Florist's attorney: Suggestion government can compel you to express a message is terrifying

A Tri-Cities florist has declined state Attorney General Bob Ferguson's offer to settle a discrimination case involving flowers for a gay wedding.

State Sen. Pam Roach says political enemies want her out of office

After Lt. Gov. Brad Owen wrote a letter admonishing Republican State Senator Pam Roach for her behavior in recent public hearings, Roach says she didn't do anything wrong and adversaries are coming after her.

Bust bad drivers, not distracted drivers

We all do all sorts of distracted things while we're driving because guess what? Driving is boring.

Ben Shapiro challenges Gov. Jay Inslee's tax plan

Gov. Jay Inslee has seen fit to pen an op-ed for The Stranger. He is writing about how we need to become a state where everyone pays their fair share.

If Republicans lose the Senate, the party will be irretrievably broken

It's Election Day! It's the day on which America decides whether Republicans take back the Senate and maintain the House of Representatives.

Gun control center stage at KTTH Freedom Debate

In KTTH's third Freedom Series Debate, hosts Ben Shapiro and Michael Medved sat down with KIRO Radio's Dave Ross and Ralph Fascitelli, President of Washington Ceasefire, to take on initiatives 594 and 591 and other gun rights issues.

'Kitty Hall' PR stunt fails because government isn't good at being cuddly

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is focusing hard on the big issues that face us in the city: On Tuesday, Mayor Murray proclaimed City Hall "Kitty Hall" for a day.

Easier to get booze or marijuana while in high school?

Marijuana will be available to the public starting Tuesday when the first store is expected to open in Seattle and there's concern it'll be easier for children to obtain.

In Boston, new Seattle police chief Kathleen O'Toole saw violent crime increase

Mayor Ed Murray chose former Boston police Commissioner Kathleen O'Toole to be the new Seattle police chief on Monday, with many agreeing that it was O'Toole's credentials as a reformer and leader of a big-city department that got her the job.

Seattle police chief candidate Robert Lehner has experience with anarchists

Among the three candidates to become Seattle's next police chief, do any have the expertise to deal with the community of anarchists here that terrorize private property each May Day and sometimes on random days? One candidate does. Robert Lehner was formerly the chief in Eugene, Ore., dubbed the "anarchist capital of the world."

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