In Our View

Editorial: State law wrong method to seek Trump’s tax returns

A law to leave candidates off the ballot who don’t release their returns would penalize the voters.

 

Editorial: What look at Snake dams can mean for orcas, us

The state shouldn’t shy away from a discussion of the costs and benefits of breaching four dams.

 

Editorial: Keep Paine Field off list for service expansion

A proposed commission to site a new or expanded commercial airport in the state should bypass PAE.

 

Editorial: Keep sun shining on government decisions, actions

Commemorate Sunshine Week by exercising the rights to government transparency that all are due.

Editorial: Cleaner fuels can drive climate change efforts

A bill in the state House would require use of cleaner-burning fuels already produced here.

Editorial: Teach sexual health education in all schools

The additional and reliable information schools can provide will help youths make healthy decisions.

Editorial: What ‘home’ can be for next 30 years

The Puget Sound Regional Council wants public comments on its Vision 2050 plan for growth.

Editorial: Longfellow decision may only put off inevitable

Everett’s school board delays a decision on the vacant school’s fate. Demolition may be unavoidable.

Editorial: Investment now crucial for higher education

State support for colleges and students has lagged since the recession, threatening vital needs.

Editorial: Paine Field can prove itself second to none

It was a bumpy ride getting here, but the first airline flights serve as a point of pride for all.

Editorial: Making quality child care affordable, accessible

Two proposals, one by Sen. Patty Murray, seek to lower child care costs to help working families.

Editorial: Minor violations shouldn’t close cannabis growers

State legislation would emphasize compliance over violations that are closing responsible growers.

Editorial: 100 percent clean electricity in state achievable

Utilties, such as Snohomish PUD, are showing we can get all our electricity from renewable sources.

Editorial: Career Link seeks to pair students, employers

The Everett School District and city are looking to match students and employers in internships.

Editorial: Problem is Electoral College, not ‘faithless electors’

A movement by state legislatures to elect the president by popular vote continues to add support.

Editorial: Splitting state takes liberties with representation

Frustrated by state politics, two state lawmakers are back with their bid to split the state in two.

Editorial: Floodplains projects worth state’s investment

Projects, including two in Snohomish County, will reduce the risk of flood losses and aid habitat.

Editorial: Boost funding to help more foster kids graduate

A program that has quickly increased graduation rates for youths in foster care should be expanded.

Editorial: State should recommit to electric vehicle fleets

But more discussion is needed on how to help local governments make the transition to electric cars.

Editorial: FAA, U.S. aviation needn’t be hostage in shutdowns

Legislation in Congress would keep air traffic controllers and others on the job — and paid.