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A court decision allows for a more effective and affordable solution to substance use disorder.
House and Senate proposals are substantial and needed, but final talks should secure an EvCC project.
Everett’s Sorticulture, July 4th and other events are on the calendar, but infections need better control.
With the possibility growing for infrastructure funding, we need to know where service is weakest.
Even those who are fully vaccinated should be wearing masks around those yet to get the vaccine.
There were more than 24,000 firearm deaths last year, yet state and national lawmakers seem immovable.
Legislation would limit sales to existing stores while work continues to better regulate breeders.
A $125 million request would fund firefighting, healthy forests and protect homes and communities.
Resuming in-person classes at schools will require a focus on resources and responsibility for all.
The drugmaker’s bankruptcy plan does not provide just compensation for its part in the opioid crisis.
Two proposals have split support among environmentalists and industry, and not how you might guess.
Now would be a good time for Snohomish County to reread a 2016 report on its public health delivery.
With a shelter project just months away, the threat of fines and jail seem ill-timed and inhumane.
Altria wants the FDA to help it promote new products as ‘healthier’ alternatives to smoking.
Denying the vote to those who owe fines keeps many from fully rejoining their communities.
The Everett Police Department’s use of an intervention training program should be a model for others.
Legislation has advanced to set a goal that new sales after 2030 be of electric vehicles only.
State legislation would offer consumers more control in how their information is used and sold.
A $11.5 billion shortfall shouldn’t be used to justify cuts that would limit light rail service here.
Legislation would allow the incentive to be offered again, while encouraging family-wage jobs.