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Stories for Feb. 21, 2012
Midday Scan: Oregon lawmakers stall; Idaho's legislators outpace Washington on tanning beds; GOP v. women?
Every legislature has its moments of paralysis and action. Oregon is big on sitting still this year. Republicans seem to be running against women in 2012; did they forget that women already have achieved the right to vote? Idaho goes where Olympia fears to tread.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Democrats say that changing marriage laws is a national issue, but they avoid putting their president on the spot. So, he gets easy treatment while Rob McKenna is blasted by the very same people for taking the same position.READ MORE 24 COMMENTS
During the economic downturn, the city and region have been setting the stage for the next boom.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
In the basketball and hockey proposal, Seattle has the high-stakes, long-drawn-out conflict it loves to wallow in. Here's a rundown on the major issues and how they will shake up Seattle politics.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
Remembering our mortality, accepting responsibility, confessing to sins: There are a few of our culture's least-favorite things.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
An innovative program at Town Hall combined poetry, dance, and African-American experiences.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Havas was called the poet laureate of Northwest landscape painting.READ MORE COMMENT NOW