Editorial: Looking forward on state’s trade in Trump era

Work at the South Terminal at the Port of Everett to drive steel piles into the seabed strengthens a section of the terminal to handle larger roll-on/roll-off cargo in January, 2014. The work was part of a $3.8 million upgrade by the Port of Everett. (Mark Mulligan/Herald file photo)

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