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February 2, 2015 at 5:47 PM

Abortion foes push parental notification, personhood bills

OLYMPIA — With Democrats in control of the state House and governor’s office, there is little chance serious restrictions on women’s right to abortion will be passed into law this year. Abortion opponents haven’t stopped pushing. Last week, 13 House Republicans introduced a so-called “personhood” bill (HB 1687) that would bestow full constitutional rights to zygotes “at…


Comments | More in Politics Northwest, State government, State Legislature | Topics: abortion, parental notification, Sen. Mike Padden

February 4, 2013 at 8:00 AM

Marijuana, abortion and workers comp — hot topics for legislators

This week, legislators will address some old topics, such as workers compensation and abortion, and open up some new ones, such as marijuana legalization. Senators could debate three of the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus’ worker compensation bills on the floor today. One of the bills is Senate Bill 5128, changing compensation for injured workers. The bill…


Comments | More in Politics Northwest, State Legislature | Topics: abortion, I-502, marijuana

January 23, 2013 at 6:00 AM

Wednesday politics: abortion poll; gun control and Senate; Rodney Tom and his district

Good morning. Tuesday marked the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. NBC and the Wall Street Journal took the opportunity to offer a poll that shows a new majority now favors abortion. The poll is interesting, because poll numbers on this topic have been bopping around in recent years. Take a look.  In Olympia, meanwhile,…


Comments | More in Politics Northwest | Topics: Joe Biden, parental notification, poll