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Stories for Feb. 21, 2013
Snohomish County's executive, Aaron Reardon, says he is resigning. Pressure for more education funding. Is it the weekend yet?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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The governor goes to the Legislature to push personally for a broad look at how to battle global warming.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Studying the different ways we relate to the landscape around us can inform the way we think and talk about building livable places -- and lives.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
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Rodney Tom and Republicans want to stop Seattle from leading other cities down a path to giving workers mandatory sick leave. Democrats want to put family medical leave into effect.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
More amendments to a bill cosponsored by a Republican police officer are planned when the full House votes. The NRA says the sponsorship will weigh heavily in future ratings of the Republican, who is also a Seattle police officer.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS