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Stories for Feb. 4, 2013
The number of homeless students keeps growing. A new supporter for paid sick leave. Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Downton Abbey?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A lawmaker hopes to use the recommendations of a state panel to deal with the increasing acidification of the Pacific and Puget Sound caused by global warming.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Researchers question their safety and public-service efficacy. Scenic America sues to ban them. And Washington legislators once again seek to legalize roadside "televisions on sticks."READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Pramila Jayapal looks at local impacts of the recent immigration reform proposals from President Obama and the Senate's new "Gang of Eight."READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The week's agenda for committee sessions include higher education, family leave and "green" driving (hint: that's not an eco-friendly term but something related to a newly legalized substance).READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Guest Opinion: Data show that gun violence takes far too many lives. And there is public support for effective preventive measures.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS