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The improbable edition: Ed Murray won on gay marriage, but does he have any idea what he will be up against on a capital gains tax? Oregon lawmakers try to make it a crime to gather a flash mob. And a Republican has an idea on how to extend light rail to Federal Way.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Chinese choreographer Shen Wei's new work 'Limited States', performed at UW's Meany Hall, showcases brilliance, but takes distraction to extremes.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
On gay marriage and other social issues, they are all in. And that's good. But what about paying for education, social services, investing in our future? Leave that to ... Bill Gates Sr.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
A recent Department of Revenue report found that Washington state will grant nearly $30 billion in tax breaks by the end of the current budget period. Yet lawmakers struggle to plug a $1.5 billion budget hole.READ MORE COMMENT NOW