The Food and Drug Administration next year will start regulating the vaping industry. State regulation will be helpful as long as it is informed by...
Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
Overwhelming voter approval of I-976 is the only way to get rid of this dishonest tax. Politicians will never fix it.
We condemn the harsh use of immigration detention that separates families, deters asylum-seekers from lawfully seeking protection, and violates the most basic human rights of...
The only difference between my wife and other women who have senselessly died in childbirth is that my wife wore a uniform.
Initiative 976 will cut funding support for our entire transportation system — roads, transit, bridges, ferries, rail corridors and everything between.
Four mothers from Seattle started their own inclusion revolution and changed the national education landscape for children with disabilities.
I keep thinking about the Honduran family. They saw America as a beacon of opportunity.
The entire youth-serving nonprofit sector is stretched to the breaking point. Public funding does not come close to covering the cost of needed services.
The meatiest chunk of the proposal would let Seattle take advantage of new state rules that bar SEPA appeals of certain changes to homebuilding regulations.
We can take a big step forward in creating opportunity and a level playing field for all by approving Referendum 88/Initiative 1000 on the November...
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