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The mayor wants cuts to staff and popular programs, but waiting will bring the loss of much more.
The utility’s board of commissioners should have announced its finalists before making a decision.
The Land and Water Conservation Fund will go dark if not reauthorized by Congress before Sept. 30.
Seeing an ‘epidemic,’ the FDA has given makers 60 days to show they can keep them out of kids’ hands.
Lawmakers can consider an adjustment to the ST3 tax package, but full funding of the project is key.
Talks continue with Canada, but as China and the U.S. swap tariffs, economic impacts loom.
Some community festivals are struggling financially and need the help of businesses and residents.
Congress is considering annual counseling for college students on their loans and how to repay them.
When a candidate rings your doorbell, be ready with some questions on how to ensure care for all.
A new program would improve access for students to learn skills needed for apprenticeships and jobs.
A federal school grant program should not be used to buy guns and train teachers to confront gunmen.
Even the state justices are foggy on how to proceed with a measure on police use of deadly force.
Lawmakers’ school funding solution has complicated pay negotiations between teachers and districts.
There are better choices among Republicans who should serve on a Public Records Act task force.
Seismic and GPS monitors at Glacier Peak would provide better warning of a disastrous eruption.
As a task force on legislators’ duties to the law begins work, voters can demand they honor the act.
Wildfires get the blame, but it’s folly to deny the role of climate change in increasingly foul air.
About 3 in 4 Americans support limits on predatory loans; the CFPB should keep those rules in place.
Interest in congressional races is a likely factor, but free ballot postage may have helped, too.
The president and others can choose to ignore players who kneel or consider what they have to say.