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Stories for Nov. 19, 2012
Cleveland's Civil War memorial - and its Romney-free districts during this year's election - have a thing or two to teach us about politics.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
An advisory board has recommended the federal Department of Energy install new tanks to replace aging ones. No commitment from the feds so far.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
World Dance Party bridges the gaps between ethnic groups and generations in Seattle's (some say America's) most diverse neighborhood. Now can it get the rest of the world dancing?READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
UW legal scholar Hugh Spitzer explains seven constitutional amendments that would promote democracy and force D.C. to operate more openly.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Washington state business groups' positions run strongly in favor of better education. But to move Olympia forward, it will take more than good intentions and wishes for schools' success.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS