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It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
2017 was a stinky year for Tim Eyman. It ended with a thud last week when he confessed to not collecting enough signatures to get… Continue reading
What a busy and eventful year this has been. As I write my last column as interim director, it is a great time to reflect… Continue reading
While the investigation continues into the deadly Amtrak derailment near DuPont, the clock continues to tick on the implementation of Positive Track Control (PTC). The… Continue reading
There seems to be a greater practice in this country, lately, to criticize our leaders. It is not so in other countries around the world.… Continue reading
The presiding officer in the state Senate, Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib, recently indicated that he would implement a rule to ban firearms in the public… Continue reading
The injury-depleted Seahawks are in desperate help to make the NFC playoffs. Seattle visits Dallas on Sunday (1:25 p.m. FOX).… Continue reading
By Lorraine Loomis/Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission A 28-year-old investment in cooperation and government-to-government relations between Indian tribes and the state of Washington is still paying… Continue reading
Service dogs and emotional support dogs are like two sides of the same coin, and the coin seems to be totally misunderstood by even the… Continue reading
Elected leaders of Washington’s 39 counties are fed up with lawmakers and governors telling them what to do without providing enough money to do it.… Continue reading
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Our leaders in this country decided there should be a legal, living helper for disabled individuals. They would be similar to companions – or, as… Continue reading
By the Rev. Dr. Joyce Parry Moore, rector, St. James Episcopal, Kent During that week after Thanksgiving, our family engages in something I call “making… Continue reading
“Support Trump? Sure,” she said. “I like him.” These words by Pam Shilling from Trump Country western Pennsylvania reflect what many Trump supporters are thinking… Continue reading
The Huskies and Cougars delivered solid college football seasons to earn trips to bowl games this month. After dispatching the Cougars 41-14 in the Nov.… Continue reading
By Reps. Tina Orwall and Mia Gregerson Washington lawmakers see that children’s health coverage must be a top priority, that’s why in 2007 the Legislature… Continue reading
Recently, the Institute for Justice (Institute) determined state licensing barriers for lower-income workers and aspiring entrepreneurs not only hurts people trying to establish themselves in… Continue reading