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By court decision or legislation, state lawmakers should be subject to the state’s transparency act.
Patronizing businesses in your hometown promotes the local economy and supports jobs. And it’s fun.
With nearly $113 million from the settlement, the state plans to switch buses and more to electric.
A ballot proposal switching the city council to district representation requires a public process.
The Supreme Court says the state’s school funding plan won’t meet its deadline. So there’s work to do.
Senate Republicans are using repeal of an Obamacare mandate to win votes for their tax reform bill.
The payphone at the Verlot ranger station is vital to protecting public safety in the area.
To afford tax relief for corporations, Republican bills eliminate deductions that help families.
The Democrats’ majorities in the Legislature could be short-lived if they don’t work with Republicans.
The program has resumed, allowing parents to pay in advance for a child’s college education.
Everett’s Imagine Children’s Museum fosters the play that is crucial to childhood development.
Get our your ballot and make your choices for local races in your community. Ballots are due Nov. 7.
The irony is that off-year elections, where the races are local, often have the greatest impact.
But an act in Congress would allocate needed funds for 30 years. And it won’t cost taxpayers a dime.
Endorsement: Ryan has become the point person on growth and development issues for the council.
Endorsement: Pam LeSesne has proved herself a leader who listens and applies that input.
Endorsements: The editorial board recommends Christine Frizzell, Ian Cotton and Ruth Ross.
Challenger George Hurst raises valid budget concerns, but Smith has proved her leadership skills.
Endorsements: The editorial board recommends Josh Thompson and Adrienne Fraley-Monillas for council.
A recent EdCC forum asked panelists: Are you alarmed at the tone and tenor of civic discourse today?