Ignatius: The life-or-death talks we’re not talking about

If ever there were a moment for dialogue about how to avoid a misstep with doomsday weapons, it’s now.

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Editorial: Voters spoke, but I-976 must get court review

Too much is at stake to allow the measure to gut transportation revenue without a constitutional vetting.

Editorial: Ballot numbers better, but still short of half-bad

Voter turnout improved over recent off-year elections but is still below what’s needed for good government.

Editorial: Nursing home closures a threat to state’s elderly

Low Medicaid reimbursement rates are forcing closures and the relocation of elderly residents.

Editorial: State, federal responsibility clearer on vaping

Greater oversight is needed of the ingredients of e-cigarette products and how they are sold.

Editorial: Publisher’s ebook embargo a threat to libraries

Limiting Everett and Sno-Isle libraries to one ebook copy of new titles isn’t publishing.

Saunders: The conceit of courage in an age of impeachment

There’s no courage in supporting impeachment; there would be in putting trust in the 2020 voters.

Viewpoints: Pick a side, America: Law-and-order or conspiracy

Which ‘frame’ of the impeachment issues is accepted may determine the outcome of the process.

Commentary: Amazon’s klutzy politicking backfires in Seattle

Barging into Seattle City Council races, Amazon handed the race to those who are now ready to tax it.

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