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Tariffs against U.S. trading partners will mean lost exports for the state’s agricultural industry.
‘Write, call, email,” Rep. Suzan DelBene tells Lake Stevens High students regarding gun legislation.
The state has used bonds to pay for needed infrastructure, but its debt has built to $19 billion.
Currently, the state is losing potential IT construction and maintenance jobs to Oregon.
And lawmakers may regret hasty passage of a bill that largely exempts them from the Public Record Act.
Several bills in the Legislature can have a part in reducing gun violence and saving lives.
Lawmakers are trying to avoid a court ruling on state law that applies to all others in government.
The bill would require paid signature gatherers to provide names and other information to the state.
The Trump administration’s suggested changes to SNAP are intended to starve a successful program.
A bill would use tax revenue to keep seniors in their homes and lower the state’s property tax rate.
After 2020, parts will be hard to come by for the system used by the police, fire and EMS agencies.
Ballots are due today for most Snohomish County school districts and the Lake Stevens Library.
The budget’s military and domestic spending may please many, but not deficit hawks or Dreamers.
Shelters and veterinarians need to work together to help low-income families meet their pets’ needs.
If Florida warrants an exemption from oil leases, other states deserve the chance to get the same.
Settling a suit against the opioid industry demands a significant award to those who have suffered.
A temporary spike in property taxes should not keep voters from supporting school levies and bonds.
A bill drafted to stop release of state workers’ birthdates could hamper media investigations.
A new ordinance adds bureaucracy that will make timely hires difficult for department heads.
Every state relies on a vital EPA, but its work is especially clear here and throughout our state.