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The state enjoys a windfall from a 1997 settlement but uses very little of it as intended.
Traffic on the county’s major corridors is getting worse, and improvements — and funding — are needed.
The decision to halt review of the bears’ return to the North Cascades disregards a public process.
With the FCC vote to end net neutrality, federal and state officials need to restore the rules.
Agencies are using their response to emergencies to guide their work in fighting an epidemic.
Some 9 million children depend on CHIP for health care. Not renewing it would be costly and cruel.
The Trump administration, in its haste to reverse an Obama-era rule, is jeopardizing public safety.
After its brief time with DaVita, uncertainty returns for the clinic with its sale to an insurer.
Two court cases examine our respect for rights when they appear to be in conflict with each other.
Low voter turnout is a result — but also a cause — in the decline in civic engagement.
The Herald’s Snohomish County Gives shows where your gift of time and money can help.
Public support for Dreamers — immigrants brought here as children — is clear.
The agency should reopen comments on net neutrality after it failed to verify submitted comments.
Legislative leaders should follow the lead of Lt. Gov. Habib and extend the ban to hearing rooms.
Unofficial advice to dead-end the state Transportation Commission could limit the public’s voice.
By court decision or legislation, state lawmakers should be subject to the state’s transparency act.
Patronizing businesses in your hometown promotes the local economy and supports jobs. And it’s fun.
With nearly $113 million from the settlement, the state plans to switch buses and more to electric.
A ballot proposal switching the city council to district representation requires a public process.
The Supreme Court says the state’s school funding plan won’t meet its deadline. So there’s work to do.