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The Pretend LGBTQ Kids Don’t Exist Act would sound, I dunno, too delusional?
The ballot — nearly the only say Americans have in the laws they follow — is the last place for obstacles.
A sketchy look at the news of the day.
This is in regard to a March 25 letter to the editor regarding Democrats and liberals: Fearing that the Democrats, or maybe he means Democratic… Continue reading
Corporations are people and money is speech, except when it’s not a Republican talking point.
Republicans’ recent scuffles with corporations continue its quest to find issues to run on in 2022.
House and Senate proposals are substantial and needed, but final talks should secure an EvCC project.
We were surprised to see a letter to the editor on March 30 alleging that the Snohomish County Courthouse in Everett was closed. We think… Continue reading
Congress has its problems, but removing earmarks hasn’t been the curative that many sold it as.
MLB’s All-Star Game move may irk GOP fans, but it was a refreshing decision by the most conservative sport.
Four bills would make needed changes to law enforcement to enhance accountability and public safety.
Everett’s Sorticulture, July 4th and other events are on the calendar, but infections need better control.
A criminal record and its consequences can increase the likelihood of future criminal activity.
Our red and blue politics doesn’t appear to explain why some states are more cautious than others.
Carmen Best, former Seattle police chief, has it dead wrong in her March 29 supporting Senate Bill 5226 (“Failure to pay traffic ticket shouldn’t cost… Continue reading
A March 30 letter to the editor regarding the need to restore voting rights to felons said the state Legislature has passed House Bill 1078… Continue reading