STATE

The 60-day session ended late Thursday
BY RACHEL LA CORTE, ASSOCIATED PRESS | March 11, 2022 at 12:23 p.m.

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ENVIRONMENT

Finding: Finfish aquaculture has little impact on salmon

NOAA opinion finds no harm to local species

GOVERNMENT

Washington Legislature OKs missing Indigenous women alert

The measure cleared the House and Senate unanimously

ENVIRONMENT

This is our last chance to stop climate change

"Any further delay ... will miss a brief and rapidly closing window of opportunity"

INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS

Nooksack Tribe resumes evictions of Nooksack 306

'The process is slow, but it is moving forward'

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ENVIRONMENT

Happy anniversary, murder hornets!

Researchers discuss Asian giant hornets Friday

GOVERNMENT

Governor signs temporary $35 cap on 30-day insulin supply

The measure passed the House and Senate last month with bipartisan support

GOVERNMENT

Inslee OKs bills clarifying police reform laws in Washington

The two bills relate to behavioral health crises and certain less-lethal weapons

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ENVIRONMENT

Local utility provider creates climate advisory group

Fleetwood will sit on the "beyond net-zero" panel

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FLOODING

FEMA disaster assistance deadline approaching

March 7 is last chance for residents to apply

GOVERNMENT

House drops vaccination requirement for lawmakers on floor

Public allowed in gallery overseeing chambers starts Tuesday

GOVERNMENT

2 fixes to police reform laws head to Inslee's desk

Both bills overwhelmingly passed the legislature

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ENVIRONMENT

Atmospheric river reignites flood anxieties

Flooding and avalanche threats extend into Wednesday

GOVERNMENT

Top WA Democrat no longer supports exported fuel tax

"We've been hearing people and been hearing their concerns," Rep. Jake Fey, D-Tacoma said.

COVID-19

Washington officials to assess new mask guidance from CDC

Current statewide mask mandate lift date still stands