Editorial: Keep protection of agency’s payday loan rule

About 3 in 4 Americans support limits on predatory loans; the CFPB should keep those rules in place.

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

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A new report warns that the state’s voter registration system could be vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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Rubin: Voter fraud claims unmasked as wrong as voter ID laws

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Commentary: WWII memorial great fit for Walla Walla

Three granite pillars honor the memories of those who fought by land, sea and air in World War II.

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