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State legislation would offer consumers more control in how their information is used and sold.
A $11.5 billion shortfall shouldn’t be used to justify cuts that would limit light rail service here.
Legislation would allow the incentive to be offered again, while encouraging family-wage jobs.
Suspension of driver’s licenses for unpaid fines forces inequitable economic hardships on many.
Along with a $2.6 million fine, the ruling places restrictions on Eyman’s future initiative campaigns.
Legislation would bar the use of demeaning Indian names and mascots by public schools and teams.
Billy Frank Jr., who won recognition of fishing rights and protected fish habitat, should be honored.
Funding for financial aid and for public colleges must remain a top priority for state lawmakers.
Kids are learning about dinosaurs and about how government works and sometimes requires persistence.
It’s worth considering to get kids back in classrooms, but schools can work to open safely for all.
A state Senate bill would bar the open carry of firearms at demonstrations and the capitol grounds.
The measures provide no useful information to lawmakers and offer no context to inform voters.
Transportation needs must be funded, but the gas tax is dwindling as a sustainable revenue source.
Merger of its fire department with North County Fire will maintain those services affordably.
We can’t address solutions to our challenges until we accept the election of those who represent us.
To move beyond the last four years’ divisiveness, we need more discussion from varied viewpoints.
A bill has returned to allow residents, as they are in other states, to grow their own marijuana.
Unruly and unmasked passengers are a threat to flight safety and risk spreading the pandemic.
If only to allow history to record that members of Congress stood up to Trump’s assault on democracy.