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Tit-for-tat tariffs between the U.S. and its trading partners will be felt sharply in Washington.
About 740,000 jobs will open by 2021, but too few students have the post-secondary education needed.
Social Security is now drawing from its trust funds. We have about 16 years before they run dry.
A 2007 law requires state agencies and local governments to buy electric cars. It isn’t happening.
Rather than re-litigate old arguments, continue work to limit the impacts of commercial air service.
Beyond an increased threat of oil spills, a jump in tanker traffic will harm the San Juan orcas.
A new Everett park provides the opportunity to honor the memory of someone important to the city.
Selling off the BPA would have meant higher electricity bills and loss of control of a public asset.
The rate of abortions is falling in part because of the services that the agency and others provide.
Rather than wait for a court ruling, lawmakers need to find reliable funding for charter schools.
Good legislation is aground in the Senate in a disagreement over ballast and invasive species.
Except for King County, which will pay for its voters, the state will pay ballot postage this year.
With a federal agency hamstrung, it’s lucky the state passed a student loan bill of rights this year.
Run in Everett for decades, the program’s harm reduction benefits the public and those using drugs.
Not to let the facts rain on Trump’s parade, but North Korea hasn’t given up its nukes yet.
It may get no further, but it offers a starting point for legislation to restore net neutrality.
A state appeals court has clarified that left-lane dawdling on highways is a traffic infraction.
The governor and Legislature need to provide the same access that King County just gave its voters.
A new report finds nearly half of common medical tests prone to overuse in the state are unnecesary.
The FDA sent out warnings this week because of packaging that resembles kids’ juice and other treats.