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As opposed to forcing changes that do not make economic sense, people will buy in to a green energy future when changes are demonstrated that do make economic sense.

Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, says the Legislature must focus on restoring Washingtonians' confidence in the institution, and provides three solutions to make that happen.

If hundreds of millions of gallons of untreated stormwater and raw sewage flows into Puget Sound, but politicians and environmental groups don’t make a peep, did it really happen? That’s what...

Earlier this week, a vote was taken in the House on a bill, House Bill 1059, to extend current state levy policy for one calendar year. The bill, which passed, would...

  By Rep. Drew MacEwen Last week, the top story around town was the recently announced sale of Simpson Lumber to California-based Sierra Pacific Industries. Timber has been the bread-and-butter of...

Rep. Derek Stanford, D-Bothell, and Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, explain how a state-and-local partnership can create jobs and build projects to help the health and economic development of our communities for...

If Washington state aims to remain competitive in the 21st Century, retain and grow the companies located here, and encourage others to move to the state, we must change the state’s...