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A task force report should guide legislators on greater compliance with the Public Records Act.
Things that can’t be recycled are making recyclables more difficult and expensive to handle.
It wasn’t included in legislative proposals by a state work group, but lawmakers should discuss it.
The effects of a four-fold increase in flights at a Coupeville field warrant an agreement.
Requiring 60 percent approval to pass bonds shortchanges students and isn’t fiscally responsible.
A collaboration improves the state law on police shootings and prepares the ground for future work.
Recent incidents invoving students’ use of hate speech play against a rise in hate crimes in the U.S.
A plan to take statewide actions to address climate change doesn’t require presidential leadership.
Plastic bags are only a small part of the pollution problem, but it’s a simple and inexpensive fix.
Reducing the cost of loans would help young families and provide a boost to the state’s economy.
Until a fourth high school is built, the district needs to rebalance its high school enrollments.
A light sentence in a woman’s death and rape is inadequate. It calls for a change in sentencing law.
Small Business Saturday, along with helping with gift shopping, supports local shops and downtowns.
The voters’ demand for stronger gun laws needs the courts’ protection and sufficient state resources.
A task force report makes 36 suggestions to restore the health of state waters and save the whales.
State and federal officials must increase funding to prevent and fight the growing wildfire threat.
A new report warns that the state’s voter registration system could be vulnerable to cyber attacks.
Snohomish County needs the agency chief’s skills to work with a board focused on Seattle projects.
The carbon fee measure’s loss does not represent a rejection of the need to address climate change.