Commentary: Congress’ job is to legislate, not go after Trump

House Democrats may feel they have a mandate to oust Trump, but that’s not their primary purpose.

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Editorial: How we honor lives lost and changed in landslide

Memorials to honor those who died and the work to rebuild communities serves as a tribute to all.

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Editorial: Rise in youth vaping requires age limit of 21, tax

Limiting vaping products’ availability and taxing them can address an alarming rise in youth vaping.

Editorial: Utility of internet still not available to all

State legislation could help connect those in rural and tribal communities with broadband service.

Editorial: State law wrong method to seek Trump’s tax returns

A law to leave candidates off the ballot who don’t release their returns would penalize the voters.

Viewpoints: Five years in, we’re still responding to Oso

Work following the Oso landslide has helped make communities safer and more resilient to disaster.

Commentary: Dental care must be part of health system reforms

A dentist’s program for veterans provided insight into the larger need for access to preventive care.

Commentary: Automakers see benefits in a clean-fuels standard

The Auto Alliance sees the legislation as key to the transition to zero-emissions vehicles.

Dionne: A candidate makes case for faith, works and community

Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is bringing up subjects Democrats need to discuss.

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