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Stories for Dec. 5, 2012
The Seattle mayor's race gets another candidate. Marijuana lighting up legal talk. And developer Kemper Freeman Jr. takes up blogging.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Seattle's most famous librarian (she even has her own action figure) and author of the 'Book Lust' series hates e-books and 'workmanlike prose,' but has a soft spot for poetry.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Seattle team is doing well, but unfair, secretive NFL policies stand in the way of a good finish.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Overshadowed by Egypt's and Syria's woes, the nation that launched the Arab Spring is now rising up against "moderate Islamists" who may be trying to smother its hard-won freedom. A Tunisian Seattleite who witnessed her homeland's historic election fears America's government is abetting and its media are misreporting the emergence of a new dictatorship.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
What about deep reforms, such as less subsidy of red states by blue ones, and retargeting poverty programs to the poor?READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: A former staffer of Transportation Secretary Paula Hammond makes the case for her holdover appointment.READ MORE 16 COMMENTS