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Snohomish County needs the agency chief’s skills to work with a board focused on Seattle projects.

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I-1631 failed, but a look at the reasons why may provide a way forward on putting a price on carbon.

Thiessen: Nothing wrong with American-style nationalism

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Milbank: Trump knows the meaning of sacrifice

Trump avoided the rain in France to instead suffer the slings and arrows of outraged foreigners.

After I-1631’s failure, start work for all-renewable energy

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Bring line-dancing back to Mill Creek Senior Center

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Letter on Democrats and socialism misstated facts

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Editorial cartoons for Tuesday, Nov. 13

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