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Paul Lund, nearly 10 years on the board, continues to show enthusiasm for meeting students’ needs.
The regional clean air agency will consider adopting a clean-fuel standard for the Puget Sound area.
Paul Galovin offers a needed perspective for the board. Albright has helped guide reviews of policy.
Carin Chase is well-versed on legislative issues and should be retained by Edmonds district voters.
The two incumbents are effective board members and have put students’ interests at the forefront.
The combination of housing and training will rebuild lives but also revitalize its neighborhood.
A new California law would let athletes sign endorsement deals, but a broader rule is needed.
State law should require makers to list ingredients for tobacco and cannabis vaping products.
With Everett’s single-use bag ban begun, your choice of tote can make a difference for the environment.
Traffic deaths and injuries are on the rise statewide and require work on new laws and other efforts.
A suit by Washington and other states seeks to protect species that otherwise could face extinction.
Faulty software is more easily fixed than the loss in confidence that followed two 737 Max crashes.
A plan to roll back vehicle standards is meant to help oil companies, not automakers or citizens.
We have about 15 years before its reserves run dry and benefits are cut. There are options to fix it.
An unpaid bill for signatures could cloud voter support for a change to the state’s affirmative action law.
That’s a good move, but a spate of lung illnesses shows the need for closer review of vaping products.
A settlement could bring money sooner, but some say a drugmaker is hiding money from plaintiffs.
Here’s where to look for advice on which charities will put donations to their most-effective use.
A land swap could add to state school construction funds, but it’s a far cry from what’s needed.
Money has been diverted, perhaps unconstitutionally, from vital military projects to fund Trump’s wall.