By Becket Adams | 07/03/14 02:28 PM
The number of Americans who believe that the U.S. "stands above all other countries" has dropped to just 28 percent, a 10-point decline from three years ago, according to the Pew Research Center.
07/02/14 01:56 PM
Ferguson OLYMPIA, Wash. (Legal Newsline) – Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a lawsuit on Monday against a business poster seller and its top corporate officers for allegedly violating the state’s Consumer Protection Act with unfair and deceptive business practices....
06/30/14 05:15 PM
SEATTLE (AP) — Pete O'Neil saw Washington's legalization of marijuana in 2012 as a path to retirement, or at least to his kids' college tuition. He's paid tens of thousands of dollars in rent on possible locations for a pot-shop chain, hired lawyers and picked out flooring. But now the...
06/30/14 02:07 PM
Ferguson OLYMPIA, Wash. (Legal Newsline) – Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a stipulated judgment on Friday against a Snohomish couple who allegedly claimed to be collecting funds for a charity before pocketing more than half of the money. Ferguson’s office filed...
06/30/14 09:45 AM
SEATTLE (AP) — The nation's second legal recreational marijuana market is opening in Washington state next week, but it might not be what voters expected when they legalized the sale of heavily taxed pot a year and a half ago. Here are five things to know about challenges facing the industry:...
06/26/14 05:15 PM
SEATTLE (AP) — State, federal and local law may all play a role in the Washington Supreme Court's decision on whether a new $15 minimum wage law in SeaTac applies to airport workers, if the questions asked by justices during oral arguments Thursday are any indication. They asked such a broad...
By Becket Adams | 06/26/14 11:37 AM
President Obama on Wednesday ridiculed those who question his administration's position on so-called global climate change, formerly known as "global warming," specifically accusing Congress of being anti-science.
06/24/14 01:15 PM
LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming brings in some $130 million in revenue a year, spurs about $129 million in economic activity and sustains more than 2,200 jobs annually, according to a report by the university. Between research funding, business services, out-of-state tuition...
By Sean Higgins | 06/09/14 04:21 PM
Most of the debate surrounding the minimum wage has focused on the question of whether raising it destroys jobs. Conservatives say yes, liberals say no and both eagerly point to various economic studies to buttress their point.
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