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Realism about Pakistan may be the best course. And perhaps D.C. will do something that at least reduces the growth of U.S. debt.READ MORE 21 COMMENTS
The prize-winning journalist and author of 'Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America' reads Tuesday (May 10) in Seattle.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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A major bill to allow more transfers of development rights from rural land to dense areas fares well, as does the phase-out of coal plants. But the effort to impose a tax on oil products for helping with stormwater projects around Puget Sound got little traction.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS