There's a way to begin dealing with the health effects of unsheltered homelessness: Have shelter available by next winter.
If passed, the farm bill will have a devastating impact on the SNAP participants I work with every day.
Seattle is going backward — not forward — on pedestrian safety and related issues.
The Northwest tribes' fight against the state of Washington over salmon is one for all of us, and our future.
With electric bikes proliferating, Seattle has to fix its sidewalk riding ordinance.
Community members understand that revising streets to protect cyclists and pedestrians makes sense.
Before a new Washington law, inmates weren't allowed access to the unique services that doulas and midwives offer.
How can political and civic leaders stay so calm when 40 percent of jobs in Washington depend on trade?
Why did Councilmember Rob Johnson ignore the recommendation of SDOT planners, neighbors and small business owners?
To fix Seattle’s homelessness crisis, we need big solutions that will include more revenue.
I’m worried we’re at risk of enacting some of the same broken policies I left behind in California.