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Stories for April 10, 2013
The Daily Troll: Democrats want more school money. McGinn wants transit studies quickly. Sacramento elevates its game.
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Seattle's new interim police chief inherits a department in disarray. Mayoral candidates should let him tackle the issues outside the glare of the political spotlight.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The former council member says he's well-prepared to be mayor. But can he stand out?READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
The rule book according to the Majority Coalition Caucus leader: Democrats could have had the Dream Act if they had played ball when we were picking teams. Democrats heatedly disagree.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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The former Gates Foundation chief may be the best hope for a White House-congressional deal in 2013.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Local activists join a national movement to address the plight of immigrant women.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS