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Along with I-1639 passage in this state, candidates who ran on gun safety won, even in red states.
The lack of jobs for spouses can force military families to make the choice to leave the service.
What I learned in the military guides me in how I stand up for people and confront daily challenges.
Perhaps the best way to connect with and honor veterans is to listen to their words and poems.
A change to the ‘public charge’ test discourages immigrant families from seeking aid for children.
During the Reagan administration, both parties worked to make U.S. companies more competitive.
Let’s review what happened in 2016 and what’s been done to improve election security thus far.
We share blame, as we did in Birmingham in 1963, for electing those ‘who heat the kettles of hate.’
Daylight saving time was supposed to save energy. It doesn’t. And there’s little other benefit to it.
For Latinos, Dia de los Muertos is a spiritual festival. We could all benefit from its reflections.
If I-940 is rejected there’s no guarantee the Legislature will pass a law with its same protections.
Cynicism often depresses interest in voting, but it may actually motivate some who are 18 to 24.
Supporters want training and other protections now. Opponents say lawmakers can pass a better bill.
They need data on cost, quality and experience, but they also need help to use that information.
Jamal Khashoggi, now believed slain, wrote the Arab world can’t have freedom without a free media.
Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk could have inspired so much more. What caused America to lose interest?
A look at the potential advantages and disadvantages of electing the city council by districts.
A survey found that being upfront about the costs of confronting climate change didn’t erode support.
Pilchuck Audubon says it will aid the environment. A union says we’ll lose jobs and see higher costs.
Why should a lie-saving cancer drug cost $9,817-a-month in the U.S., but only $1,400 in India?