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Projects, including two in Snohomish County, will reduce the risk of flood losses and aid habitat.
A program that has quickly increased graduation rates for youths in foster care should be expanded.
But more discussion is needed on how to help local governments make the transition to electric cars.
Legislation in Congress would keep air traffic controllers and others on the job — and paid.
Legislation would sign up those whose employers don’t offer a savings plan but allow them to opt out.
It fails because it tries to make a distinction between state lawmakers and other public officials.
Among the bills is permanent renewal of the Land and Water Conservation Fund that expired last year.
The exemption has aided an outbreak of measles in Clark County, one that endangers children.
A bill would allow independent repair shops to make affordable repairs to phones, tablets and more.
Any financial settlement will need to avoid the mistakes made after the deal with Big Tobacco.
The Social Security 2100 Act would make sure full benefits could be paid for at least 75 years.
The state wildlife and recreation program provides vital funding for parks and the environment.
Washington State University used six donated bodies to evaluate the procedure. It takes about 30 days.
The Native American Voting Rights Act would improve access to registration and voting.
Furloughed workers are now using food banks, and uncertainty over food stamps has increased need.
A proposal by Sen. Steve Hobbs for $16.3 billion in transportation work deserves more discussion.
Recent work by county officials reflects a renewed effort toward collaboration, regardless of party.
For now, President Trump is on the hook for the blame, but Congress can’t allow this to continue.
A judge has declared Obamacare unconstitutional, threatening protections for millions of Americans.
Kay Powers, who died this month, showed the need for a law protecting student journalists’ rights.