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Mistrial Halts Case on Minimum Wage for Immigrant Detainees

(Headline USA) A trial over whether the GEO Group must pay minimum wage---instead of $1 a day---to immigration detainees who perform tasks like cooking...

Washington’s ‘Joints for Jabs’ Vaccine Program Falling Flat

(Associated Press) It was designed as an innovative way to promote COVID-19 vaccinations, but Washington’s new “joints for jabs” program is off to a rough...

Wa. Gov. Inslee Vetoes Bill That Would Protect Citizens’ Personal COVID Data

(Tim Gruver, The Center Square) A bipartisan bill intended to protect personal COVID data from third parties was vetoed by Gov. Jay Inslee this week,...

Lockdown-Loving Calif., Wa. Governors Won’t Lift Mask Mandates Until JUNE

(Associated Press) California won’t lift its mask requirement until June 15 to give the public and businesses time to prepare and ensure cases stay low,...

Wa. Democrats Turn on Inslee, Threaten Special Session over COVID Shutdowns

(Tim Gruver, The Center Square) Eight Washington Democrats in the state Legislature have crossed party lines to call on Gov. Jay Inslee to reconsider his...

Extremist Governors to Put Ore. and Wa. in COVID Lockdowns AGAIN

(Headline USA) When the coronavirus pandemic hit the Pacific Northwest states of Oregon and Washington, their governors quickly reacted with shutdowns. Now they are about to...

Washington Gov. Inslee Signs Bill Banning Native-American Mascots in Schools

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed legislation this week banning schools within the state from using Native American names, symbols, or imagery in their mascots,...

Washington Gov. Inslee OKs Bill to Abolish State’s Only ICE-Contracted Detention Center

(Headline USA) One of the country’s largest for-profit, privately run immigration jails would be shut down by 2025 under a bill signed Wednesday by...

Worker Freedom Group Asks SCOTUS to Enforce Its Decision Against Forced Union Dues

(Freedom Foundation) The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to consider a case that would finally enforce one of its own recent decisions and empower...

One Person Shot in Olympia as Black Lives Matter Terrorizes Anti-Lockdown Protesters

(Headline USA) Police in Olympia, Washington arrested one person Saturday afternoon following a shooting at a violent protest between two heavily armed groups near...

Entire Washington Town Vows to Defy Inslee’s Second Shutdown

A Washington town said this week it would defy Democrat Gov. Jay Inslee’s second lockdown order, arguing Inslee’s restrictions are authoritarian and unconstitutional. The entire...

State of Wa. Shielded Criminal Illegal for Years Before He Committed Murder

Washington state helped an illegal alien, who local authorities arrested multiple times, evade federal immigration officers, and now he faces charges for murder and...

Antifa Arsonist Caught Starting Fire after Left Tries to Blame Proud Boys, Climate Change

No longer content with starting Dumpster fires in sanctuary cities, at least one left-wing serial arsonist appeared to have branched out to other parts...

‘Domestic Terrorism:’ Wa. Mayor Changes Tune After Rioters Vandalize Her Home

'They don’t like anybody to have a business. They don’t think capitalism works...' (Claire Russel, Liberty Headlines) The Democratic mayor of Olympia, Washington, came out...

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High Court Limits When Police Can Enter Home Without Warrant

(Associated Press) The Supreme Court on Wednesday put limits on when police officers pursuing a fleeing suspect can enter a home without a warrant. The high...

NYC to Remove Teddy Roosevelt Statue from Museum Over ‘Colonial Subjugation’

(Headline USA) A prominent statue of Theodore Roosevelt at the entrance of The American Museum of Natural History will be removed after years of criticism...

PROPERTY RIGHTS: SCOTUS Says Unions Can’t Trespass to Recruit Members

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court on Wednesday sided with California agriculture businesses in their challenge to a state regulation that gives unions access to farm...

FREE SPEECH: Supreme Court Rules for Cursing Student After She Didn’t Make Cheerleading Team

(Associated Press) The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a Pennsylvania public school wrongly suspended a cheerleader over a vulgar social media post she made after...
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