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‘If I can do it, they can do it’
Washington voters have spoken on I-1639. Sheriffs need to set the stage to follow their oath of office - and enforce the law.
Living on a fixed income in an increasingly expensive region is not easy.
Elected leaders and residents want a landfill as the preferred site, and that raises questions.
Traveling abroad is an easy reminder to check your ethnocentrism.
Several bills have been introduced, but none made it to a hearing.
Many are at greater risk of being deported to countries many haven’t been to since they were young - or have never been to at all.
Youths are engaging in critical arts thinking via the local nonprofit’s Press Corps Intensive.
An old idea for boosting tax receipts is getting revived and repurposed for 2019. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is suggesting a new way of assessing… Continue reading
The more we talk about it, the more we can prevent incidents from happening.
For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.
Fifty billion dollars. It will soon be the subject of many conversations in hallways, hearing rooms, and other Capitol hangouts in Olympia as the amount… Continue reading
This franchise, man.
Author’s visit to Seattle offers prescient insight in wake of Pittsburgh synagogue massacre
Proposal comes from Washington Citizens’ Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.
While those ballots don’t get counted, taxpayers still must pay the U.S. Postal Service for delivering them.
The Grand Old Party endured a good old-fashioned butt-whupping on primary night. Now, Republican leaders in the Legislature must come up with a stunning counterpunch… Continue reading
Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.
The Trump administation’s policy jeopardizes newspapers and mill workers.
The league’s continued crack down on protests during the national anthem has left some questioning their fandom.