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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
Commissioner Rob Holland's sudden resignation caps a year of pratfalls at the Port. The selection process is flawed, even as the stakes get higher at this key institution.READ MORE 29 COMMENTS
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