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State lawmakers often require counties to provide new services without the funds to support them.
Voters should make the final decision on the number of council districts and at-large positions.
A suit to stop I-1639 on grounds that the petition’s text is too small would deny voters their voice.
The move by Everett could make housing more affordable and encourage use of transit and bicycles.
As the station nears its 25th year, officials are urging the Navy to again homeport a carrier here.
A newsprint tariff is a threat to newspapers but also jeopardizes mill workers it seeks to protect.
If not renewed by Congress this fall, funding that provides parks and outdoor recreation will end.
Former Gov. Chris Gregoire is leading an effort to promote the larger region for economic growth.
Free gun locks and two simple firearms ordinances are needed steps for safety in Everett.
The president is right that Congress must act. But he was wrong to use children as leverage.
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.