The Senate GOP mounts one last appeal for the two-thirds majority tax increase requirement. Tim Eyman, on the other hand, is less than his usually ebullient self.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
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Stories for Feb. 28, 2013
Guest Opinion: Washington continues to face a crisis in higher education funding. Performance-driven incentives for public universities is one solution.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
Controversy in City Hall, an investigation in Snohomish County and a big court smackdown for Eyman. But sometimes we do big things right.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Johnathan Sundstom at Book Larder, Hey Marseilles at Easy Street. Check out our picks for a fun and cost-effective night -- or day -- on the town.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Despite a state Supreme Court ruling knocking down the 2/3rds supermajority rule, the Senate Republican coalition plans to block tax votes without a 2/3rds majority.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
A bill in the state Legislature would allow the county council to raise more money from car tabs and a tax on vehicle sales.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Noisy is the new normal -- in the restaurant scene. And these days it’s the diners who are generating the din.READ MORE 40 COMMENTS
Water features, wooden storefronts, drinking buddies are among the urban "bookmarks" that represent modern expressions of traditional city life.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
A team that flailed at the plate last year has lots of hitting options this year. And then there's the pitching.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The governor hopes to make significant progress on education this year, in part with money from closing unproductive tax exemptions. But hard-to-control factors are in play.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS