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The failure rate for levies and bonds in the county is in contrast to 90 percent approval statewide.
The tax advisory votes serve no legitimate purpose and should be removed from state election ballots.
Sen. Marko Liias’ bill would a lower tax on vehicle’s value that funds the ST3 light-rail project.
State lawmakers must make investments that improve their educational outcomes and futures.
A state Senate bill offers needed provisions but not the ban on flavors that was first intended.
The tax on the state’s largest employers benefits them by assuring educated and trained employees.
Marysville and eight other school districts need support for new facilities and supplemental funding.
The council’s decision complicates the review of future supportive housing projects in the city.
A bill, now in the House, would set standards for K-12 education on sexual health and safety.
The tax is simply unfair to women and can make the products less affordable for low-income families.
The City of Everett can adopt a climate plan that shows the economic benefits of acting on the emergency.
A threat to cut 42 teams across the nation isn’t necessary to resolve an inter-league agreement.
Two bills head the opposite direction of the state Supreme Court’s ruling on the Public Records Act.
Legislation would allow adults to grow six plants at home, joining eight other states that allow it.
A state Supreme Court decision puts the onus on the Legislature to act to put a price on carbon.
A federal report that backs an FAA program of self-regulation by jet makers doesn’t instill confidence.
Bills in the Legislature and Congress would better protect consumers from the abuses of hackers and others.
The border agency needs to clarify why U.S. citizens, who had sworn an oath, were detained for hours.
Complete the 2020 census and you help allocate billions in funding and fair representation in Congress.
The Legislature has 60 days to address some weighty issues; lawmakers need to know what your want.