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Stories for Nov. 15, 2012
A new report undermines the supposed rationale for high West Coast gas prices. The city of Seattle is trying to protect its law on distributing commercial phone directories. And M's try to light up their fans.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
WSU's investigation of coach Mike Leach is a big mistake - for the school and the football team.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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Washington state will be a one-party state for quite a while, as the GOP strategy of rebuilding from the governor's mansion ran into the tide of states tilting decisively to one side. Here are some ways to avoid the lazy politics of single-party rule.READ MORE 27 COMMENTS