Commentary: Forest landowners’ salmon efforts lead by example

Private forestland owners have been steadily fixing fish-blocking culverts, showing it can be done.

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Editorial: Solutions for saving our salmon and orcas

A task force report makes 36 suggestions to restore the health of state waters and save the whales.

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Viewpoints: How many women does it take to fix Congress?

The arrival of more women in the House and Senate could mean more consensus in making decisions.

Editorial: Invest now to limit destruction from wildfires

State and federal officials must increase funding to prevent and fight the growing wildfire threat.

Commentary: What firefighters know works because of the ACA

Community Paramedicine, an ACA pilot project, sets up patients with needed, cost-effective services.

Commentary: What if we paid people to get a flu shot?

A $30 incentive could increase vaccination rates by 12 percentage points, saving thousands of lives.

Parker: Fire victims’ stories connect us with what we share

The videos of people escaping the flames of California fires allow us to empathize and understand.

McArdle: How many vegans does it take to ruin a good meal?

Answer: Just one, especially those who as humorless as they are dedicated to inedible fare.

Sound Transit’s board should be directly elected

The Sound Transit board should be elected positions. They are not. A… Continue reading

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