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Programs that promote literacy and pay for college courses in prison prepare them for life after.
The House has renewed the Violence Against Women Act, with added protections the Senate should keep.
Compromise legislation will help set standards for rail cars carrying volatile Bakken crude oil.
A plate to honor the children’s entertainer and other plates deserve adoption by state lawmakers.
A capital gains tax and other proposals could make the state’s regressive tax system more equitable.
Senate and House have agreed to use video-conferencing for public testimony from across the state.
If his campaign is to keep a focus on climate issues, Inslee should pay the state for his security.
Housed in a 1960s-era underground building, state records are under threat from leaks and fire.
Memorials to honor those who died and the work to rebuild communities serves as a tribute to all.
Limiting vaping products’ availability and taxing them can address an alarming rise in youth vaping.
State legislation could help connect those in rural and tribal communities with broadband service.
A law to leave candidates off the ballot who don’t release their returns would penalize the voters.
The state shouldn’t shy away from a discussion of the costs and benefits of breaching four dams.
A proposed commission to site a new or expanded commercial airport in the state should bypass PAE.
Commemorate Sunshine Week by exercising the rights to government transparency that all are due.
A bill in the state House would require use of cleaner-burning fuels already produced here.
The additional and reliable information schools can provide will help youths make healthy decisions.
The Puget Sound Regional Council wants public comments on its Vision 2050 plan for growth.
Everett’s school board delays a decision on the vacant school’s fate. Demolition may be unavoidable.
State support for colleges and students has lagged since the recession, threatening vital needs.