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It depends. Some sectors have seen job growth; others, losses. But consumers may have the last word.
Our communities stand with Boeing because its workers live here and contribute to their strength.
Efforts to develop woman- and minority-owned businesses build a stronger economy in our region.
Many parents rely on child care to work but often can’t afford it. We can make it more affordable.
Community and technical colleges are perfect environments to help woman transition to new careers.
A good mother feeds you, protects you, loves you and encourages you to become your best self.
Unless the world drastically reorders priorities and alters policies a million species may be lost.
Connections to West Coast cities will allow easy travel for our residents and bring tourists here.
Health care workers’ jobs are demanding and vital. They need our appreciation and fair compensation.
Both parties’ partisans are quick to allege treason. That’s as dangerous now as it was in the 1790s.
Research by Yale scientists is intriguing, but, no, they didn’t restore brain activity in dead pigs.
Whether a citizenship question can be asked may turn on issues of procedure and executive authority.
A veteran and bird watcher explains the importance of a clean-energy law passed by state lawmakers.
Partners at county high schools and colleges are helping students realize career opportunities.
The cathedral was built, damaged, neglected and modified over centuries. It’s history is not over.
Every other district with elections on the ballot pays its costs. Yet the state gets a free ride.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund has been permanently renewed. Now Congress must fund it.
Lawmakers significantly increased funding for local schools. Allowing higher levies isn’t necessary.
The fund, used to foster development of clean energy technologies, has shown its value to state.
Concerned you’ll be audited, make a math error or owe a lot? You can relax; it’s rarely that bad.