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The AG has a proven record on issues of criminal justice, Trump’s over-reach and consumer protection.
I voted for Kim Wyman as Washington’s Secretary of State in the past for several reasons, including the endorsements from The Herald. I am not… Continue reading
Jurists are being confirmed by U.S. senators who represent a minority of the American public.
While not the judge’s doing, a cloud hangs over her nomination, thanks to Trump and Republicans.
The three Democrats have shown their ability to move useful legislation through both chambers.
Lax oversight meant that billions of aid went to fraudsters or to companies for which it wasn’t meant.
Justice Anton Scalia was an ‘originalist,’ but his opinions sure meshed with his political beliefs.
Our attitudes about money and its influence in our lives are based on class and our experiences.
Overshadowed — again — by Trump, the vice president showed himself to be a huge plus for the ticket.
There was a recent letter to The Herald praising Gov. Jay Inslee for his response to the covid-19 pandemic. I will continue the “praises.” Let’s… Continue reading
Housing Hope’s proposal to serve families of homeless students respects the concerns of neighbors.
Not only did U.S. consumers and producers pay the tariffs, the trade deficit is at its highest since 2006.
It’s simple: They don’t have to back a woman who would use the job to take away rights of other women.