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Stay-at-home orders have been extended; but there’s reason for hope the efforts are working.
States and their manufacturers now have to make up for the federal government’s lack of preparation.
$2.2 trillion is a heavy price to pay but Americans and businesses need help to continue the fight.
The balance between caution and getting outdoors does require some concessions. But you can still walk.
The outbreak’s response has complicated census efforts, making our timely response crucial to its success.
Every trip outside your home puts you and others at risk. Keep those trips to the absolute minimum.
The outbreak has meant a switch to gathering comment by phone, but there are bugs to be worked out.
From the start it has encouraged transparency regarding the decisions made on behalf of the public.
Partisanship shouldn’t factor in to how seriously we treat the threat posed by the Covid-19 outbreak.
To fight Covid-19’s spread, people and businesses need financial aid to help ride out the crisis.
Limiting the spread of disease doesn’t mean we stop lending a hand — even if not a literal one — to others.
Projects halted by I-976 can now resume, but other funding and environmental issues remain for next year.
The state’s new K-12 sexual health education law allows parents to make the final call on curriculum.
Sick workers should stay at home, but many can’t go without a paycheck. Paid leave is a simple fix.
The Herald Editorial Board endorses Biden as best able to restore normalcy and adopt needed policy.
The early days of the Covid-19 outbreak have been met with measured steps and hard work on the front lines.
Suction dredge mining disturbs stream beds where salmon spawn, wasting efforts to restore habitat.
The outbreak in Washington state is serious, and it requires a rational response from everyone.
A housing task force’s report recommends steps to boost the supply that will meet the county’s needs.
A revived proposal would limit the devices to 15 rounds and would set up a buy-back program.