Prostitution is a complex issue that affects individuals in vastly different ways. Not enough people are aware of how King County’s compassionate approach is helping...
Thanh is a multimedia editorial writer. Prior to joining the editorial board of The Seattle Times, she was a political and general assignment reporter with local TV stations in Boise and Portland, an Emmy-winning reporter / producer / host with Idaho Public Television, and a multimedia reporter / producer with The Texas Tribune in Austin. She has also contributed to "This American Life" and The New York Times. Born and raised in Olympia, Thanh graduated with honors from the University of Southern California. She loves food, music, politics, films, yoga, the outdoors and journalism. She lives in South Seattle.
Washington may be known as a place that strongly supports women's reproductive health choices, but it can do so much better by enforcing state laws.
A mom’s personal story of support makes case for King County Prop. 1 | Thanh Tan / Times editorial columnist
Every mother in King County should have the opportunity to learn good parenting and raise healthy children in stress-free environments.
A misguided effort by anti-abortion members of Congress to cut off federal funding for Planned Parenthood would be disastrous for Washington state.
The Seattle City Council’s willingness to recognize the South Vietnam flag would be a major milestone for refugees.
Half a world away from their homeland, a handful of Rohingya Muslim refugees have resettled in Washington. They’ve been through hell and need our help...