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Tying corporate tax reform to profit-sharing would provide a fairer share for the middle class.
You are, for starters. But there are things that credit agencies could do to secure your data.
President Trump has the opportunity to use diplomacy to keep North Korea in check. Tweets won’t work.
Sinclair broadcasting’s acquisition of 42 stations, including KCPQ, would be bad for local TV.
Ken Burns’ new PBS documentary could lead to discussion and reconciliation, but it won’t be easy.
By Roger Stark The nation continues to debate health care reform. The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, has provided health insurance for 20 million Americans,… Continue reading
By Ron Young Violence at recent demonstrations and counter demonstrations reveals the need for cities and states, with support from Congress, to refuse protest permits… Continue reading
By Wayne Cornelius For The Conversation President Donald Trump has asked Congress to do what former President Barack Obama and his Deferred Action for Childhood… Continue reading
By Kris Johnson Washington makes great things. In addition to the best airplanes in the world, we also make one of the world’s fastest rowing… Continue reading
By Brendan Williams In 2007, following a years-long legislative push, Washington state adopted a paid family leave law. Much fanfare accompanied the new law’s passage,… Continue reading
By Lorraine Ali Los Angeles Times Something unusual happened to national television news this week. News. Footage of reporters in soggy rain slickers and melting… Continue reading
By Allison Warren-Barbour Equity. It’s a buzzword that’s gained a lot a traction in recent years and rightfully so. Nonprofits revere it, businesses strive for… Continue reading
By Lois Wentink The Herald’s Aug. 1 article, “Vote on districting unlikely,” did not reflect the mood and energy at the public hearing during the… Continue reading
By Paul Guppy On Thursday, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan visited the vast Boeing Everett factory, a building almost as large as Vatican City.… Continue reading
the cliche of a second civil war. “America is currently fighting… Continue reading
By Tom LaBelle When my dad was diagnosed with cancer, a hyper metastatic nephroma, the only things they had were surgery and mustard gas. Yes,… Continue reading
By Neal Shifman Whether you love it or hate it, it’s a fact that 29 states so far have some form of marijuana decriminalization or… Continue reading
By Bryce Yadon Futurewise spent the 2017 legislative session, and subsequent special sessions, working toward finding a path forward on the implementation of the Washington… Continue reading
By Frank Close For the Los Angeles Times What is the most beautiful natural phenomenon you have ever seen? A brilliant rainbow set against a… Continue reading
By Bill Young After previously living in Everett’s downtown business core for more than 12 years, I feel qualified to provide commentary on this city’s… Continue reading