2018 Year in Review: Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson Has Been Busy

We crunch the numbers on lawsuit filings, wins, losses and more

This article appears in print in the December 2018 issue, as part of the Year in Review featureClick here to subscribe.

Since Donald Trump took office in 2017, Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson has been busy filing lawsuits against the administration on everything from the original travel ban to preserving net neutrality. Here’s how the numbers look so far.

The number of lawsuits filed by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson against the Trump administration in 2018*

The number filed since 2017

Number of losses

Number of wins

Number of wins pending appeal

Still pending (led by Washington state)

Still pending (multistate)

*As of press time

Related Content

Our recent winter weather has nothing on the Big Snow of 1880

A gig economy veteran turns her attention to pet transportation

According to the "Losing Home" report, Low Income Housing Institute stood out, not only for initiating more evictions than any other provider, but for charging legal fees that often far exceeded the amount of rent a tenant owed

Seattle’s eviction court is the place of last resort for many Seattleites who ultimately wind up on the street. Can a few changes to our laws give some of Seattle’s most vulnerable a chance for a better outcome?