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With officials divided, Trump taking time, care with new travel ban

Whether it’s President Donald Trump learning a lesson after an embarrassing rollout of the original order or empowered department leaders unwilling to risk their own careers by introducing an order they see violates a federal court order, the administration announced this week that it’s taking additional steps to ensure a “flawless” roll out.

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State Patrol continues finger printing as legislature considers biometric data protections

Washington state lawmakers are considering whether to impose new restrictions on the collection of biometric data that is unique to an individual, such as a person’s retinal scans, voice patterns, fingerprints and facial geometry.
Dean J. Koepfler dkoepfler@thenewstribune.com
State Patrol continues finger printing as legislature considers biometric data protections 1:58

State Patrol continues finger printing as legislature considers biometric data protections

Problem motel in Lakewood to be demolished 0:55

Problem motel in Lakewood to be demolished

Federal Way School District Superintendent Tammy Campbell offers support for levy cliff delay 1:13

Federal Way School District Superintendent Tammy Campbell offers support for levy cliff delay

Tacoma immigrants-rights rally draws crowd 1:56

Tacoma immigrants-rights rally draws crowd