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Democratic challengers leading in nearly a dozen legislative districts across the state
Since 2002, the U.S. Department of Energy has funded construction of a $17 billion project to encase radioactive wastes in solid glass logs. It is… Continue reading
Legal prescription drugs are not the cause of today’s problem
Negotiations are continuing in roughly 200 other districts with agreements sought before Sept. 1 to avert any impact on the school year
The time was 460 B.C. The place, across the Tiber River from the city of Rome. The protagonist was a farmer who tilled the soil… Continue reading
Aug. 7 primary looms for area candidates
Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.
We need to be (re)taught how to be kind to others
The Jetsons television series about a space-age family featuring “Rosey the Robot” gave us a preview of life with robots, kiosks and interactive television. In… Continue reading
The state is paying millions of dollars a year in sanctions because it’s unable to evaluate the mental health competency of jailed defendants in a… Continue reading
No guarantee that the good news will continue for paper mill employees, further hurting the print industry
As the school year ends, the summer action movie season begins.… Continue reading
Last week, Seattle’s City Council did an “about face,” revoking the onerous corporate head tax it unanimously enacted less than one month ago. Its city… Continue reading
Washington also is considering becoming more significant by moving its primary to early March.
While much of the media buzz over declining salmon runs focuses on dam removal and predation by sea lions and cormorants, the U.S. Supreme Court… Continue reading
Columbia Pulp project is a win-win for the environment and the economy
The competitive nature of the initiative and referendum season now peaking in Washington.