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Facebook quizzes may seem innocent, but some profile you in an attempt to influence your decisions.
Abuse and addiction must be addressed, but the opioid crackdown has left some patients to suffer.
Dissent strengthens democracy and it’s necessary to a good education in civics and government.
The NCAA makes its money not from football but basketball and off the labor of ‘student-athletes.’
The library system, which last went to voters in 2009, seeks a 9-cent increase in its levy rate.
Washington state’s law, creating a voluntary ‘do not sell’ firearms list, can be a national model.
The switch to daylight saving time deprives us of sleep and costs us money, productivity and lives.
While Congress attempts to weaken the American with Disabilities Act, businesses should embrace it.
A one-day Sabbath from our digital devices can slow our lives down and reconnect us with family.
The department is considering a levy request to voters and a partnership with Fire District 7.
It’s not difficult to imagine scenarios where more guns in schools would end in greater tragedy.
Relying on gun laws and tougher security ignores the steps we can take to prevent mass shootings.
Despite a ban on research funding, data has been collected that show laws can limit the carnage.
Using Washington state as a guinea pig for a risky financial venture makes no sense.
Beyond arguments of cost and deterence, the issue of racial justice should matter most in our state.
Veterans, active duty members and families need better access to pharmacy services and other care.
Graham, who had the ear of many presidents, helped revive the language of religion in politics.
Two prosecutors outline their concerns if the Legislature ends the use of capital punishment.
The retail giant was key to LGTBQ causes in Washington state, but it can do more in other states.
When the problems are mental illness and addiction, chasing crisis calls is costly and doesn’t work.