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We are past the point of waiting for a perfect solution; carbon emissions must be reduced now.
The measures, including one to replace the countywide radio system, are vital for public safety.
Peterson and Ortiz-Self have won passage of legislation regarding education and the environment.
Robinson has shown herself as a skilled legislator. Eslick knows the needs of her rural district.
Electing four council members by districts and three at-large allows the best mix of advantages.
Lovick is an effective and respected lawmaker. Mead has a realistic take on transportation funding.
Logan is an advocate for PUD energy projects. Wolfe will push for efficiency and transparency.
With the carrier not returning, local leaders need more information on the Navy’s plans for the base.
Comments are being taken on a draft plan of actions that could help orcas by rebuilding salmon runs.
Greater spending on treatment and enforcement will be needed to reverse the nation’s opioid crisis.
The state’s portion of a settlement with VW should go toward the purchase of more electric vehicles.
Even 200 miles away, Snohomish County needs a reliable span across the Columbia River.
Assault allegations involving two women are different, but their decisions deserve the same respect.
Legislation now in the Senate would erase an 1834 law that outlaws distilleries on tribal land.
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.