Washington didn’t become a great place to work through the benevolence of our employers or elected officials. It happened because working people demanded it.
The road to recovery: A healthy, equitable economy starts with investments in transportation | Op-Ed
Washington state has been pummeled by the pandemic. To recover – better yet to thrive – our communities will need better transportation solutions.
We need to elect more champions of working people. In less than two months, we have an opportunity to change things for the better.
Some in the environmental community oppose this project and say that no project that employs a fossil feedstock could meet our urgent need to confront...
Initiative 976 will cut funding support for our entire transportation system — roads, transit, bridges, ferries, rail corridors and everything between.
Imagining a Washington that benefits from transitioning our economy to clean energy is closer than we think.