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Convinced of medical science’s alleged ulterior motives, skeptics would rather trust their own ‘research.’
Looking at state data, federal unemployment aid wasn’t keeping people from reentering the labor market.
Labor in Washington state was key to assuring worker protections, vaccinations and hazard pay.
Allowing a clearly unconstitutional law to stand threatens the right to the Constitution’s protections.
Universal free school lunches have great potential for student health; if the program’s flaws are fixed.
Sen. Cantwell deserves support for a proposal to increase the hydropower agency’s borrowing authority.
Numbers can’t tell the entire story of 20 years of war, but they provide a basis for understanding.
A plan to build bike-only trails would shut out other users and seeks to ‘monentize’ a treasured park.
The secret to a peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan is no secret at all: It is educated girls.
The procedural short cut is often necessary, but recent court justifications have been contradictory.
It took a committed, steady effort to pass the landmark law. That same effort can again be made.
The Supreme Court, in allowing a controversial law to stand, needs to explain why it is avoiding the issue.
Support is growing for the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, with a tax credit for local subscriptions.
In brief remarks and in meeting the families of fallen troops, Biden took steps toward order.
Drought, hurricanes and floods put food production and distribution at increasing risk for disruption.
As effective as vaccination is, it must be paired with masks, good ventilation and other steps.
Israel’s higher rate of covid hospitalizations among the vaccinated doesn’t necessarily reflect what’s happening.
Why, for the antimask and antivax crowd, is this a political battle that ignores the needs of children?
Then, it was canals. And it was James Monroe’s interpretation that has prevailed in funding decisions.
Dress codes have been challenged on free-speech arguments, but they’re seen as part of schools’ authority.