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With the recent boost in revenue, lawmakers shouldn’t seek to increase taxes so they can splurge.
A letter writer thinks the Democrats should change their name to the…
A sketchy look at the day in politics.
Would depriving the perpetrators of massacres notoriety deny them their real reason for killing.
A host of former corporate heads leading top agencies doesn’t lead to sound — or safe — regulation.
Critical of Trump for defying public opinion on the wall, it praises Newsom’s death-penalty reversal.
The League of Women Voters of Snohomish County strongly supports the 100 percent clean, renewable electricity bill (SB 5116) that has passed the state Senate… Continue reading
A big yes vote for year-round daylight saving time. Chris Mann Marysville… Continue reading
Many are closing because the Medicaid reimbursements are less than the costs of residents’ care.
The state shouldn’t shy away from a discussion of the costs and benefits of breaching four dams.
When it starts to cut its budget, Congress may favor 20th century’s programs over the 21st’s.
What the admissions scandal has scratched away is the elite universities’ thin veneer of meritocracy.
O’Rourke offers little substance except to say that he wants to make the country a better place.
Now that its excesses are being revealed no one knows just how to rein in our tech overlords.
I, too, applaud The Herald’s recent editorial (“Making quality child care affordable, accessible,” The Herald, March 1) and Mr. Dickerson’s letter in response. Do you… Continue reading
If more are to accept the safety and effectiveness of vaccines, we have to be candid about science.
One is to call out against hatred; the other is to embrace the acceptance that is its best cure.