Schwab: Move along; nothing to see in that 400-page report

If that’s the case, fine. But many aren’t going to take the word of a man hired to hide its findings.

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Editorial cartoons for Monday, April 22

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Editorial: Investment in supportive housing begins to pay off

The opening of Cocoon House’s Hub marks the first of three projects with the promise to change lives.

Editorial: Try again on safeguarding privacy of personal data

State lawmakers’ last-ditch attempt to pass a bill left consumer advocates out of the conversation.

Editorial: It’s past time to end twice-yearly time change

Gov. Inslee’s signature could boost a West Coast initiative for year-round daylight saving time.

Editorial: Lifting gillnet ban on Columbia poorly timed move

The return of gillnets would work against state efforts to increase salmon numbers and help orcas.

Burke: Without his name on stuff, we might forget Trump

So he doesn’t suffer the fate of George What’s-his-name, we need landmarks to remember Trump by.

Dionne: House Democrats can’t ignore what Mueller revealed

But their path forward — impeachment or not — must be tough, determined, sober and responsible.

Take message for orca protection to Congress, too

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Senate legislation on opioids could mistakenly harm patients

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