It's about choice; make your decision wisely
Last updated 4/23/2020 at 4:57pm
Gov. Jay Inslee had to know a showdown was coming with Eastern Washington.
State law allocated him 30 days in which to operate under emergency authority, unless the Legislature convenes and passes a concurrent resolution. That didn’t happen.
And with his initial stay-home quarantine issued Feb. 29 due to the coronavirus outbreak, many east of the Cascades have been anxiously awaiting the governor’s nod to return to work, to recreate and to shop. But without even a cautious nod, the tension has been rising.
On Tuesday, April 21, commissioners in Franklin County reached their breaking po...