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Rachel La Corte

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Olympia, WA, United States

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Past articles by Rachel:

States divided along partisan lines in response to shootings

Gun control measures are likely going nowhere in Congress, and they have also become increasingly scarce in most states. → Read More

States divided along partisan lines in response to shootings

Gun control measures are likely going nowhere in Congress, and they have also become increasingly scarce in most states → Read More

States divided on gun controls, even as mass shootings rise

Aside from several Democratic-controlled states, the majority have taken no action on gun control in recent years or have moved aggressively to expand gun rights. → Read More

States divided on gun controls, even as mass shootings rise

Aside from several Democratic-controlled states, the majority have taken no action on gun control in recent years or have moved aggressively to expand gun rights. → Read More

States divided on gun controls, even as mass shootings rise

Aside from several Democratic-controlled states, the majority have taken no action on gun control in recent years or have moved aggressively to expand gun rights. → Read More

States divided on gun controls, even as mass shootings rise

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee was quick to react to this week’s carnage at a Texas elementary school, sending a tweet listing the gun control measures the Democratic-controlled state has taken. He finished with: “Your turn Congress. ”But gun control measures are likely going nowhere in Congress, and they also have become increasingly scarce in most states. → Read More

States divided on gun controls, even as mass shootings rise

Gun control measures are likely going nowhere in Congress, and they have also become increasingly scarce in most states → Read More

Gun control in America: States divided, even as mass shootings rise

Aside from several Democratic-controlled states, most states have taken no action on gun control in recent years or have moved aggressively to expand gun rights. → Read More

Here's how abortion clinics are preparing for Roe to fall

Reproductive rights advocates are planning to open new abortion clinics or expand the capacity of existing ones in states without restrictive abortion laws → Read More

Abortion-friendly states prep for more patients if Roe falls

Reproductive rights advocates are planning to open new abortion clinics or expand the capacity of existing ones in states without restrictive abortion laws → Read More

Washington, other abortion-friendly states prep for more patients if Roe falls

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Leaders of a Tennessee abortion clinic calculated driving distances and studied passenger rail routes as they scanned the map for another place to offer services if the Supreme Court lets states restrict or eliminate abortion rights. They chose Carbondale in Illinois — a state that has easy abortion access but is surrounded by restrictive states in the South and Midwest. It… → Read More

Inslee signs $17 billion transportation package

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — A nearly $17 billion, 16-year transportation revenue package that will pay for a variety of projects across the state, including building four new hybrid electric ferries, was signed Friday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. → Read More

Gov. Jay Inslee signs $17 billion transportation package

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a nearly $17 billion, 16-year transportation revenue package that will pay for a variety of projects across the state, including building four new hybrid-electric ferries. In addition to the new ferries, it electrifies two existing ferries and provides funding for more walking and biking corridors, highway maintenance and fulfilling the… → Read More

Washington state prohibits Texas-style abortion lawsuits

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a measure that prohibits legal action against people seeking an abortion and those who aid them → Read More

Washington state prohibits Texas-style abortion lawsuits

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a measure that prohibits legal action against people seeking an abortion and those who aid them → Read More

Washington state prohibits Texas-style abortion lawsuits

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a measure that prohibits legal action against people seeking an abortion and those who aid them → Read More

A look at what lived, died during Washington legislative session

OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers worked until nearly the last minute this week, adjourning their 60-day legislative session shortly after approving a $64.1 billion supplemental state budget. → Read More

Washington Legislature set to adjourn 60-day session

OLYMPIA — Washington lawmakers are preparing to wrap up their work Thursday with final votes on a supplemental state budget and a transportation revenue package before they adjourn their 60-day legislative session. → Read More

Washington lawmakers reach budget agreements

OLYMPIA — House and Senate budget negotiators reached agreement Wednesday on a $64.1 billion supplemental state budget, one day before the Washington Legislature is set to adjourn its 60-day legislative session. → Read More

Inslee formalizes directive seeking to cut ties with Russia

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a formal directive he announced earlier in the week for state agencies to identify any potential contracts or investments with Russian state institutions or significant companies with the intention of ultimately severing those ties. Inslee said that state agencies will have to present a summary to his office by March 18. Agencies won't… → Read More