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Regarding The Herald’s Oct. 4 editorial regarding the lieutenant governor’s race: “Denny Heck best qualified as lieutenant governor”: Your readers deserve a competing view on… Continue reading
Referendum 90 is a well-intentioned alteration of the social education of our children. Designed for bullying prevention, gender identity inclusion and rape prevention, it seeks… Continue reading
For starters, they don’t favor either party and the process isn’t rife with fraud.
Thank you for bringing Ciera Graham to The Herald’s opinion page. I appreciate her thoughtful insights and learning about her experiences as a woman of… Continue reading
Take your pick: Democrats, Republicans, the Supreme Court and the American people, for starters.
Kim Wyman, as Secretary of State, has a right-wing record on voting that does not match the progressive policies of Gael Tarleton. In our state,… Continue reading
Just the threat of adding justices can promote moderation among the Supreme Court’s membership.
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It assures — at parents’ option — all K-12 students can get age-appropriate sexual health education.
Unsatisfied with gerrymandering, Republicans have turned to more direct methods of suppression.
In their competing appearances, Biden explained — at length — and Trump boasted and sidestepped.
We can’t reliably protect the vulnerable if we allow the disease to spread freely among young adults.
The network could have scheduled a town hall at any time; it chose to drown out ABC’s Biden town hall.