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A bill drafted to stop release of state workers’ birthdates could hamper media investigations.
Amazon and two corporate partners think they can economically deliver coverage to their employees.
Trump hammers immigrants? I was appalled at the headline on the front page of the Wednesday’s Herald, “Trump hammers immigrants.” This is not what I… Continue reading
Worse than the Democrats’ petulance over Trump is their inability to get behind a coherent message.
Trump and Steve Wynn, once rivals, grew to respect each other. Wynn now faces charges of harassment.
It’s a mistake for Democrats to reject Trump’s immigration deal and its path for Dreamers.
Wall Street Journal: “Trump hails new American moment: President promotes infrastructure plan, says he sees room for work on immigration;” “Different role for president: optimist”… Continue reading
I would like to share a conversation my wife and I had over morning coffee: Hap: Have you filled out your ballot for the Everett… Continue reading
A new ordinance adds bureaucracy that will make timely hires difficult for department heads.
Trump drowned out his own call for bipartisanship with barbs aimed at Democrats and immigrants.
Admittedly, the bar was set low, but Trump seemed “normal.” The trick now is to not mess it up.
Having read the articles in the papers and seen the photos of all the portable classrooms at Jackson High, I can’t help but ask if… Continue reading
Regarding Wednesday’s letter to the editor about why the state doesn’t tax Angel of the Winds Casino: To answer the question, there is a nice… Continue reading
The federal government recently made the dangerous and unprecedented move to link doctors’ reimbursements for Part B drugs to their performance under Medicare’s new quality… Continue reading