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There have been significant changes. But the Washington-led legal battle may not be over.
It’s just a draft, but it doesn’t bode well, say environmental advocates.
Making sense of the Socialist rainbow.
Local leaders see clear connection between the Affordable Care Act and the encouraging numbers.
Nearly 3,000 people are serving life sentences in Washington prisons. Should they be offered a chance at freedom?
TNCs want the state of Washington to create the rules, not cities like Seattle.
“When we fight, we win!”
The world is watching as Seattle blazes a #NoDAPL trail.
“In a courtroom, it is not the loudest voice that prevails. It’s the Constitution.”
The EPA grants freeze and other orders this week have been terrifying. Here’s some level-setting.
Federal climate efforts are in limbo. Meanwhile, in Seattle…
My Mother, My Sister, and I Attended Three Different Women’s Marches in Three Different Parts of the World
Scenes from a global moment.
Signs of an anti-Trump movement: All of the city’s districts now have Neighborhood Action Councils.
The Center for Biological Diversity began its 16-city anti-Trump tour on Monday.
Educators and advocates want to dismantle institutionalized racism. Step one: Change the curriculum.
When the new administration takes office, Democratic attorneys general will be ready.
This puts us on track to have an all-electric, zero-emissions transit system in the near future.
Conventional wisdom says putting your money where your values are will cost you. But that’s changing.
Coal’s last-last gasp? On Tuesday, the DNR denied a key permit required to build the project.