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On May 14, 2015, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed into law a major change to the way the legal system treats former juvenile offenders. Read full article...

YAKIMA - Judge Stanley A. Bastian ruled on April 8, 2015, yesterday that a case involving over 600 farm workers may move ahead as a class action Read full article...

The Washington Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) has released new child welfare data showing progress on several reforms required Read full article...

The Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction's recent report to the legislature (Jan. 2015) on the number of homeless students, Read full article...

Legislative Committee to Consider Bill to Address Student Homelessness on Tuesday

SEATTLE – The number of homeless students in Read full article...

Today, Washington State Rep. Brady Walkinshaw (D-Seattle) filed the Certificate of Restoration of Opportunities Act (CROP Read full article...

Olympia - Today, Washington State Sen. David Frockt (D-Seattle) pre-filed the Homeless Student Stability Act, legislation designed to ensure that Read full article...

The Skagit County Superior Court ruled today that Sakuma Brothers Farms must stop prohibiting farm workers who live at its labor camps from having Read full article...

With the recent surge of migration of undocumented children and youth into the United States – and several hundred sent to Washington State – Read full article...

Olympia– Today, the Washington Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in State v. S.J.C. , a case regarding the sealing of juvenile records that Read full article...

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