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Stories for Feb. 14, 2013
McGinn says we're halfway there on police reform. Republicans chime in for immigrant children. Baby lions! Baby lions!READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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Parts of the new governor's plan for job creation have some bipartisan support. But Republicans want more focus on helping new businesses generally rather than focusing on high-tech firms.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A new Sightline report paints Ambre Energy, a large owner in the proposed coal port at Longview, in a less-than-flattering financial light.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
The pitcher's staggering new contract means the perennial favorite will be sticking around Seattle.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A key committee chair expresses cautious optimism about creating universal requirements for background checks, including at gun shows.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
They say the first-in-the-nation effort to reduce ocean acidification is premature. Environmental groups want to move forward.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS