Recent high temperatures should dry up our complacency regarding the effects of climate change.
Government subsidies and the tariffs that resulted hurt trade and allowed a competitor to rise.
The recent extension of the border’s closure is unnecessary for those protected by covid vaccines.
Congress still must deliver on Obamacare’s promises. A public option could complete the ACA’s goals.
Treehouse’s Graduation Success hopes to help more foster youths to continue to college and careers.
Denying public records to a YouTube channel could risk the people’s access to what belongs to them.
A vaccine’s protection should be enough, but to get more vaccinated, incentives can and do work.
Marijuana growers, processors and shops see the value in state regulation, but it must be effective.
Herald Opinion launches a new weekly feature, essays from local community members.
Climate legislation wins may have come at the cost of support from fellow Democrats and tribes.
Sen. Maria Cantwell is seeking to help local journalism continue its work coverings its communities.
With a plan to remove dams on the Snake River shelved, leaders must commit to broader-based actions.
Covid-19 is on the decline generally, but not so for the unvaccinated, even as mask rules are relaxed.
Amtrak’s return to daily service in Everett shows what can follow for transportation and more.
The governor’s desire for due speed on climate issues is laudable; his executive overreach is not.
The Boys Girls Clubs of Snohomish County have served the needs of kids and families for 75 years.
With one vaccine now approved for kids 12 and older, parents shouldn’t wait for a school requirement.
The state and Sound Transit have work to do to benefit from Biden’s infrastructure investments.
For Mother’s Day, how about backing proposals for equal pay, child care and family tax credits?
Rep. John Lovick saw no justice in Chauvin’s verdict alone, but hopes for a path in lawmakers’ work.