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The council just provided a great civics lesson in the politics of the possible.
The senator once said that he had no problem with the KKK until he found out they smoked pot. Yikes.
Many climate activists in Washington already face criminal charges — including felonies.
“They look at me with teary eyes full of fear and simply ask, ‘How did this happen?’”
A coalition of labor and immigrant groups brings a new dynamic to an old fight over density.
Interest in Cascadia has reached a new high. Now, proponents have to articulate what it truly means.
The mayor insists Puyallup is very nice to homeless people. Residents wish they’d go away.
On undocumented immigrants, Constantine says King County won’t ‘ask for people’s papers.’
As in, 96 percent voted “no” bad. You can thank the Koch Brothers.
Banding together on important issues is vital to opposing a destructive agenda. Here are the local groups you can connect with to make it happen.
The Navy plans expanded use for our waters as a training ground.
The socialist city councilmember renewed her call for a third-party workers’ movement.
“I feel like I don’t know America.”
Trump’s ascension to the White House puts federal transportation funding at risk.
Dakota Access Pipeline is another chapter in a long history of Sioux resistance to U.S. imperialism.
A few small-spend solutions that might just work.
The results of I-732 point to steep opposition, even from within.
Reunite U.S. aims to get opposition leaders to sit, chat, and snap.
While Chris Vance continues to carry the never-Trump mantle, he’s in lonely company as Trump proves victorious.