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It could badly skew data needed for fair representation, and the question is asked in other surveys.
U.S. tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs for newpapers with little benefit for U.S. mills.
Candidates for the Legislature and Congress should consider public support for firearms legislation.
If it hopes to avoid losing users, it must convince them of its committment to their privacy.
Dentists for the state’s largest dental insurer are pushing for changes that could benefit patients.
State and local officials can do more for safety, but so too can drivers and walkers, themselves.
The city needs to solve a looming budget shortfall, but changes are needed over the next 20 years.
The proposal could save millions of lives by helping smokers quit and keeping kids from starting.
The initiative promoter is suing to let voters choose between I-940 and the Legislature’s version.
Students should be encouraged in their efforts to press state and national leaders for action.
With Democratic majorities in House and Senate, lawmakers passed scores of legislation this session.
Lawmakers have restored free speech rights for student newspapers. Now to restore those programs.
A pilot project to tutor middle school students will get its start in Edmonds and Mukilteo schools.
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.