House Speaker John Boehner declared Friday that President Obama was "damaging the presidency" with his action on immigration. But Republicans have few good options as they scramble for a solution that satisfies irate conservatives without alienating moderates, Hispanics and other voters.
Sound Transit will ask state lawmakers to allow new voter-approved taxes for more rail and bus extensions.
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The focus for all lawmakers should be to ensure that new investment in education is tied to a demonstrable reversing of disappointing outcomes for students.Editorial: "Voters have returned a delicate balancing act to Olympia"
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