Graduation tests serve a purpose. Don’t give up on them.
The GOP-led Congress has a duty to tweak the Affordable Care Act, not let it “explode.”
Park advocates raised legitimate concerns about the Seattle Asian Art Museum’s expansion in Volunteer Park. The project was improved and should be allowed to proceed.
Everett’s OxyContin lawsuit is a reminder of the terrible toll of opioid addiction.
The Legislature’s budget negotiations begin with a Senate Republican budget that is innovative but flawed.
Remember the victims of the tragic Oso landslide by improving the way the state educates residents about slope-safety risks.
Washington state should oppose attempts by President Trump to weaken fuel economy standards that have spurred development of more efficient vehicles and created jobs.
Sexual-assault protection orders should be changed by the Legislature to give those who have experienced sexual assault the same protections as other victims.
Just because President Trump has said obnoxious things does not excuse inappropriate comments by local elected officials. Including Snohomish County Fire District 1 commissioners.
The Legislature must invest in restructuring Washington’s child-welfare system and make necessary improvements.