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Friday, July 20


Associated Press
Trump ups tariff threat, slams Fed, big US trading partners
Fast-growing wildfire closes portion of Interstate 90
Big move for Big Bird: Sesame Street is entering classrooms
Court: Law doesn’t bar sex-orientation discrimination on job
Your queen’s here, honey: Young and homeless in Seattle’s U-District

Aberdeen Daily World
Local mental health organizations receive substantial funding through state grants

Everett Herald (subscription required)
Boeing will take the controls at the Future of Flight museum
Able to save: New program helps people with disabilities
Editorial: Restore aid that helps inmates rebuild lives

Journal of the San Juan Islands
Elder abuse can happen in the San Juans | Editorial

New York Times
Doctors and Health Workers Reflect on Rural America’s Limited Access to Care
Trump Blasts Fed, China and Europe for Putting U.S. Economy at a Disadvantage
What It Takes to Get an Abortion in the Most Restrictive U.S. State

Puget Sound Business Journal
The first fruit to fall: Washington cherries are early casualties of Trump’s trade war
Pramila Jayapal leads ‘Medicare for All’ caucus
North Seattle College works with property management professionals to develop degrees for growing field
Literacy can unlock potential and end childhood poverty in Washington state

Renton Reporter
All 39 Washington counties will provide free ballot return postage

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Some parents held at Tacoma detention center told they will head to Texas to reunite with children
NYT: As president-elect, Trump was shown classified evidence of Putin’s hand in 2016 meddling
Bloomberg News: Foreign tech workers face higher hurdles in H-1B visa applications
King County Board of Health members concerned with lack of action on homelessness emergency
House votes to block money to bring grizzlies back to North Cascades
Washington state AG sues two veteran-aid charities, alleges they misled donors
Editorial: Congress must choose threatened salmon over sea lions
Opinion: Tax cuts have run their course as an economic policy

Spokesman Review
County pushes back against state move to expand commission
Wildfire burning 70,000 acres closes I-90 near Vantage; Spokane wakes up to smoky skies

Washington Post
‘That’s going to be special’: Tensions rise as Trump invites Putin to Washington
Justice Department plans to alert public to foreign operations targeting U.S. democracy
Russian firm indicted in special counsel probe cites Kavanaugh decision to argue that charges should be dismissed

Yakima Herald Republic
It’s a good year for most crops
Rep. Newhouse leads fight to keep grizzlies out of North Cascades


Sacramento program inspires new ideas in Seattle’s homelessness fight
58,000-acre wildfire closes stretch of Eastbound I-90 near Kittitas
Tensions over tariffs concern Washington winemakers
Gun seizure team works to stop next school shooting
Washington sues ‘Fallen Hero Bracelets’ for deceptive practices

‘It’s the most we’ve ever had’ DNR reacts to record wildfire season

Olympia declares homelessness a public health emergency
Metro passenger stuck by needle on seat, investigation underway
Big increase in bear sightings across the state

NW Public Radio
Trump Administration Proposes Changes To Limit Endangered Species Act
Measure To Repeal Oregon’s Sanctuary Law Makes November Ballot

Q13 TV (Fox)
Wind-whipped 58,000-acre brush fire burns along I-90, east of Kittitas
2,000 tons of recycling are landfilled against King County code
Putting politics aside, Seattle’s ‘Third Door Coalition’ hopes to help end chronic homelessness


As interim chief, Best fired two officers and two recruits
SDOT pushes equity as thousands more dockless bikes roll in
Opinion: Seattle has a duty to protect domestic workers

Seattle P.I.
Connelly: Just one-third approve how Trump handled Putin summit — poll

Thursday, July 19


Associated Press
White House, State at odds over Putin’s interview proposal
US eases Obama-era coal ash pollution rules for utilities
Republicans block subpoena for Helsinki summit translator
Investigators: Attacks on Washington worship halls linked
US deporting crime victims while they wait for special visa
Auto industry cries foul as Trump moves toward car tariffs
Russia tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump
Trump’s Russia comments provoke division among veterans

Aberdeen Daily World
Primary ballots have been sent
Aberdeen schools concerned for financial future under new state policies and teachers looking for raises
Opinion: Profiles in GOP cowardice

Bothell Reporter
Report Finds Complaints Against King County Sheriff’s Deputies Weren’t Investigated

Local View: All tax-exempt organizations must remain nonpartisan

The Daily News
State firefighters resume control of Kalama fire
Editorial: I-1639 petition flaw: can anyone fix it? (Via The Olympian)

Everett Herald (subscription required)
News media and lawmakers to resume clash over public records (Liias)
Editorial: Mr. President, put down that paint can
Harrop: Trump’s insults and tariffs isolate us from world
WaPo: ‘Absolutely absurd’: Will US let Russia interrogate diplomats?
Op-ed: Heritage students overcome much to succeed
Op-ed: We each must seek to bridge nation’s divide

The Inlander
Washington counties are prepared to challenge a law expanding the Spokane County Commission (Riccelli)
With a new initiative, Washington could model how to stop managing youth homelessness and end it instead

News Tribune (subscription required)
More than 400,000 people could be living in modern slavery in the US, report says
PSE’s gas plant studies have ‘significant technical issues,’ Puyallup tribe’s experts allege

New York Times
From the Start, Trump Has Muddied a Clear Message: Putin Interfered
Europe and Asia Move to Bolster Global Systems That Trump Has Attacked

Olympian (subscription required)
Olympia council declares homelessness a public health emergency, delays camp eviction

Puget Sound Business Journal
Facebook starts to block content that incites violence
Trump nominee is behind anti-union legal campaign

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Ballard’s homelessness quadrupled last year, and anger is spilling over
Tiny-home villages are a key part of Seattle’s homeless strategy. So why did one village lack case management for three months?
Amid worsening financial picture, UW President Ana Mari Cauce returns $95K in deferred compensation
LA Times: Study asserts link between teens’ digital contact and ADHD
More protected bike lanes needed in downtown by 2020, Seattle City Council says
Arrest of alleged Russian agent Maria Butina puts spotlight on Bellevue’s Second Amendment Foundation
Ballots are on the way for Washington state voters, who won’t have to dig for stamps anymore (Mullet)
State board OKs Kittitas County solar farm; final decision up to Inslee
Opinion: ‘Aid and comfort’ to enemies: Trump, Russia and treason

USA Today
Why is Trump open to letting Russia interrogate Americans, including former U.S. ambassador McFaul?

Washington Post
The Daily 202: Russia imbroglio deepens the disconnect between Trump and his own administration
As Russians describe ‘verbal agreements’ at summit, U.S. officials scramble for clarity
Outrage erupts over Trump-Putin ‘conversation’ about letting Russia interrogate ex-U.S. diplomat Michael McFaul
How Trump’s tariffs on Mexico are taking jobs from U.S. workers
President Trump says ‘I told you so!’ after Europe fines Google $5 billion
Comcast drops bid for 21st Century Fox, clearing way for Disney
Kavanaugh’s role in Bush-era detainee debate now an issue in his Supreme Court nomination
Opinion: As explosive new Russia revelations hit Trump, Republicans throw him a lifeline

Yakima Herald Republic
Cherries to China: The pitfalls of tariffs
No stamp? That’s no excuse for not voting: Yakima County picking up postage for returned ballots
State board OKs Kittitas County solar farm; final decision up to Inslee
Out in the Valley: Growing up LGBTQ in Yakima


Washington industries among businesses ‘bearing the brunt’ from Trump tariffs
Seattle tops nation for third year with 65 tower cranes
Ground testing under Washington’s second tsunami evacuation structure site

Study: 75% of King County drivers believe they can safely text and drive
Auburn home to first drive-through marijuana shop in Washington
‘A mine field of crab pots:’ Crabbers asked to keep crab pots out of ferry lanes, again

Police Critics Among Those Celebrating Seattle Mayor’s Police Chief Pick

Q13 TV (Fox)
Seattle considers more protected bike lanes for downtown
Recycling at ‘risk’: China’s new rules put programs in U.S. in jeopardy
Crime rate rose 103% in a two city block radius of tiny-home village in north Seattle, according to data


The number of homeless veterans is down. What’s working?
After head tax repeal, new group emerges to fight homelessness

Queen Anne & Magnolia News
Action event Sunday at Queen Anne Community Center on border separations (Ortiz-Self)

Seattle P.I.
Seattle news outlets partner up to shine a light on homeless crisis
On the streets for years: Chronic homelessness in Seattle, everywhere hard to escape

Wednesday, July 18, 2018


Associated Press
EU fines Google a record $5 billion over mobile system
Japan, EU sign trade deal to eliminate nearly all tariffs
Lawmakers warn that Trump tariffs threaten local newspapers
Planned Parenthood sues Idaho over abortion reporting law 
Primary voters in Ferry County will not have to pay postage 
States: Workaround succeeding after cut in health subsidies 

Aberdeen Daily World
Oped: Trump’s Helsinki disgrace

Bainbridge Island Review
Bainbridge council OKs $1.3 million contract for roadside work
City approves apartment building at Madison and Wyatt

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)
Former Evergreen police chief says she faced ‘open hostility on an almost daily basis’ 

Journal of the San Juan Islands
San Juan Island vigil for immigrant families, July 18

New York Times
A Besieged Trump Says He Misspoke on Russian Election Meddling (video)
Closed for Business: Trump Administration Moves to Shrink Grounds for Asylum

Olympian (subscription required)
Former Evergreen police chief says she faced ‘open hostility on an almost daily basis’

Peninsula Daily News
Jefferson commissioners amend county budget for salaries

Puget Sound Business Journal
Boeing nets $3.9 billion deal for new Air Force One jets
Facebook forced to apologise again over abuse posts
Google fined $5.1 billion by EU in Android antitrust ruling
Bernanke warns against reading wrong yield curve signal
As tensions with U.S. worsen, Europe courts new partners
Senators push Fed chairman for answers on slow wage growth

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Seattle tops the nation in tower cranes for third straight year as construction reaches new peak
As King County diversifies, people of Asian descent made up the majority of growth last year 
Opposition to King County youth jail grows as immigrant-rights group joins effort to halt construction
Westneat: Is the GOP a party, or a cult?
Editorial: Lesson from Trump-Putin summit: Vote to restore America’s honor

Seattle Weekly
Seattle’s Separated Children

Spokesman Review
Region’s newspapers oppose Canadian newsprint tariffs
Spokane County Jail inmate found dead in cell
Ferry County decides to pay for postage for returning primary ballots
Washington state’s first library kiosk opens in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood
WaPo Op-ed: Helsinki hath no fury like a nation scorned

Tri-City Herald
Editorial: Getting a death certificate shouldn’t take this long 

USA Today
Hate crimes are up in America’s 10 largest cities. Here’s why

Washington Post
How Trump retreats: Grudging apologies, plus a wink and nod to the original insult
Trump says defending tiny NATO ally Montenegro could lead to World War III
House eyes $5 billion for Trump’s border wall, setting up showdown with Senate
Social Security recipients could be collateral damage of Trump’s workforce orders

Whidbey News-Times
Mayor Severns picks new city administrator
Big cat reports taken seriously by Oak Harbor police
Find a seal pup? Leave it alone — it’s the law
Letter: Immigrants are not the source of America’s woes
Letter: Before judging, walk a mile in their shoes first

Yakima Herald Republic
Area politicians, others, weigh in on President Trump’s Helsinki comments


Seattle company offers free facial recognition to schools
‘A role model’: Teen reacts to Carmen Best chosen for Seattle police chief
Up to 15 wildfires in Mason County considered ‘suspicious’
Seattle mayor to sign safe gun storage legislation Wednesday
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ net worth tops $150B as he becomes richest person in modern history

State chooses tolls up to $2.25 for 99 tunnel, experts say expect congestion elsewhere

Hefty fines to take effect in January for unlocked guns in Seattle
‘I look forward to being the chief:’ SPD veteran Carmen Best chosen by mayor as new chief
Pierce County passes ‘anti-head tax’ in poke at Seattle’s failed bid

Schools In Vancouver, WA, Have Prioritized Helping Students And Families In Poverty
OSPI Draws Criticism For Proposed Delay In Implementing Some School Discipline Rules (Ortiz-Self)
SPD Veteran Carmen Best Picked As Seattle Police Chief After Initially Being Passed Over

Investigation: Patients’ Drug Options Under Medicaid Heavily Influenced By Drugmakers
Vindicated By Supreme Court, Lawyer With Criminal Past Now Finds She’s Campaign Fodder
Gun-toting Edmonds councilmember proposes fines for not locking up firearms

Q13 TV (Fox)
Mason County sheriff: High number of wildfires ‘suspicious,’ sets up task force to investigate
Pierce County Dependency Court gives parents second chances
Pierce County families celebrate ‘Reunification Day’ after completing Dependency Court
What Western Washington University is doing to attract new students
Bellingham Technical College receives grants for STEM programs


The price of putting out Western wildfires

Seattle P.I.
Report: Woman hit man ‘because she hates black people’
The Latest: Trump says Europe trip ‘tremendous success’

Ellensburg Doesn’t Want Solar Farms but They’re Probably Getting Them Anyway

Tuesday, July 17


Associated Press
State Senate committee OKs hiring a harassment investigator
Billionaires fuel powerful groups backing charter schools
US challenges China, EU and others at WTO over steel tariffs
Primary voters in Ferry County must pay postage
Lawmakers warn Trump tariffs threaten local newspapers
EPA proposal to limit science studies draws opposition
Police investigate break-in at state court office
Senate committee approves nonpartisan human resources hire (Nelson)
Feds: High-risk radioactive Hanford tunnel needs filling now
Leaders behind LGBT measure shut political action committee

Aberdeen Daily World
New superintendent for Willapa Valley

State’s day care rule changes may not be kid’s stuff

The Daily News
Farmers fear impacts of trade war, but hold back from blaming Trump (via Spokesman Review)

Everett Herald (subscription required)
Marysville proposal eliminates Getchell’s 4 mini-high schools
$2.3M federal grant boosts programs here for homeless youth
Bloomberg: Bitter Rivals Airbus and Boeing agree: No one wins trade war
WaPo: Controversial fishing bill splits anglers, environmentalists
Editorial: States must do more to secure election systems

Kirkland Reporter
King County Burn Ban Starts This Weekend

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)
Letter to the Editor: Don’t help developers who add only expensive housing

News Tribune (subscription required)
Tacoma mayor wants to ‘get rid of ICE’ but says city’s ‘hands are tied’ on the NWDC
Tacoma Pride fills downtown with rainbows and talk of politics
China trade tensions worry US farmers
NY Times: The Northwest’s orcas are starving and disappearing. Can they be saved?
Editorial: Eliminate plastic straws in Tacoma one sip at a time

New York Times
It’s 4 A.M. The Baby’s Coming. But the Hospital Is 100 Miles Away.
As Tensions With U.S. Worsen, Europe Courts New Partners

Peninsula Daily News
Jefferson commissioners amend county budget for salaries

Puget Sound Business Journal
Court orders temporary halt to migrant family deportations

Seattle Times (subscription required)
Amid worsening financial picture, UW President Ana Mari Cauce returns $95K in deferred compensation
Rep. Adam Smith: Hard to see Trump’s summit conduct ‘as anything other than treason’
Progress reported in contract talks between Seattle and police officers’ union
Washington state Senate panel approves new office to investigate harassment complaints (Nelson, Sawyer, Dhingra, Macri)
UW study: Want highly trained teachers to work at high-poverty schools? Try offering them $10,000
As need soars, schools rally behind families in Vancouver, Wash. — and other cities take notice
Seattle Public Schools is back at the negotiating table for teacher contracts. Here’s how it’s going so far.
Obama gives Trump sharp rebuke in Mandela address on values
Op-Ed: A fate worse than separation awaits Central American families
Op-Ed: I’ve been shaken out of my complacency — you should be too

Spokesman Review
Ferry County voters will need stamps to mail primary ballot
An ‘inside’ look at food: Industrial-scale production in Washington’s prison system

Tri-City Herald
Feds say it can’t wait. High-risk radioactive Hanford tunnel needs filling now

Washington Post
Trump says summit with Putin was ‘even better’ than NATO as more in GOP criticize Helsinki comments
In the battle for nonverbal dominance, Putin was the clear winner, experts say
NSA and Cyber Command to coordinate actions to counter Russian election interference in 2018 amid absence of White House guidance
FCC chairman has ‘serious concerns’ about the Sinclair-Tribune merger and could seek to block the deal
‘Morally repugnant’: Homeland Security advisory council members resign over immigration policies
Op-ed: As Trump attacks the Russia investigation, these House Republicans keep attacking Rosenstein
Op-ed: Tucker Carlson identifies the actual threat to American democracy: Hispanic voters
Op-ed: The truth about Trump and Russia that Republicans cannot say out loud
Editorial: The White House’s policy on child separation: ‘Whatever’

Yakima Herald Republic
Hospital receives $25,000 grant to help reduce infant mortality rate on Yakama reservation
UW study: Want highly trained teachers to work at high-poverty schools? Try offering them $10,000
Event provides comprehensive update on the Yakima Valley economy


Seattle mayor to name Carmen Best as Seattle Police Chief
Seattle, Portland among top cities to make $100,000 and still feel broke
Eastern Washington school district violates special education laws for a decade
Feds: High-risk radioactive Hanford tunnel needs filling now

Survey shows Washington residents have mixed feelings about E-DUI law
Transportation Commission to vote on SR 99 tunnel toll rates
Mayor Durkan selects Interim Chief Carmen Best as next chief of Seattle police
Pierce County wage credits questioned after Seattle kills head tax

Carmen Best to be named Seattle’s next police chief
Patrols fail to stop violence around King Co. Courthouse
State to set toll rates for Seattle tunnel
Researchers leery of degrading air quality as wildfire season gets going

Victims Will Have New Place To Go To Report Harassment, Misconduct In Washington Senate (Nelson)
Schools In Vancouver, WA, Have Prioritized Helping Students And Families In Poverty
Wildfire Hits San Juan Island National Historical Park

Interim no longer: Carmen Best named next Seattle Police Chief
The ‘death box’ where Seattle earthquake researchers work
Insurers And Government Are Slow To Cover Expensive CAR-T Cancer Therapy
Health Insurers Are Vacuuming Up Details About You — And It Could Raise Your Rates
Rising Seas Could Cause Problems For Internet Infrastructure

NW Public Radio
Victims Will Have New Place To Report Harassment, Misconduct In Washington State Senate

Q13 TV (Fox)
Carmen Best will be next chief of Seattle Police Department


Women’s Rights In 2018 Aren’t All Slipping Away — Just Look At These 3 States (Cleveland)

Detainees in Tacoma protest Trump’s policies with hunger strike
Opinion: Seattle could make a dent in housing crisis with its own property

Seattle P.I.
Interim SPD Chief Carmen Best selected as police chief
How much do Washington millennials make? Here’s how it compares
Connelly: Trump with Putin: Rep. Adam Smith terms it “treason”

Interim Police Chief Carmen Best Selected As Permanent Chief

Monday, July 16, 2018


Associated Press
Kelso residents asked to limit water use due to low river
Franklin County sues national drug makers over opioid crisis
University of Washington expects record freshman class

Aberdeen Daily World
Aberdeen finalizing purchase of riverfront homeless camp land
Port moves toward lease option agreement for Terminal 3 potash facility
Mayor wants city to take more formal role in museum

Bellingham Herald (subscription required)
Washington Senior Games saddle up for Cowboy Action Shooting
Washington rural telecom companies go beyond usual services

Bothell Reporter
Fish culverts ruling will increase price tag for the state

Columbia Basin Herald
Without funding, bump stock buyback faces delays  (Van De Wege)

Nonprofit gets $25,000 for behavioral support
In Our View: Toll Plan a Slap in Face
In Our View: Cheers & Jeers (dwindling Orcas, anti-poaching policies)
In Our View: Task Clear for Unions (Stonier) (public employee unions)

Everett Herald (subscription required)
In Everett, anxiety and fear over ongoing health care fight
Q&A (Part 2) about the state’s pay-per-mile tax pilot project
Editorial: Safe-storage laws can limit kids’ deaths, injuries
Letter: Consider what happened after Roe vs. Wade

The Inlander
Dying Inside: Grappling with a string of suicides in the Spokane County Jail
Activists aren’t just waving signs; they’re banding together to help immigrants at the ground level
With pressure mounting on House of Charity, Spokane is speeding up efforts to open a second shelter 
A new lawsuit targets every Idaho school for “unconstitutionally” charging students fees

Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter
Fish culverts ruling will increase price tag for the state

Journal of the San Juan Islands
Climate change increases risk of major island fire | Guest Column
Kwiat asks Chinook salmon fishermen to save guts for science
Friday Harbor receives state award
Tribe members from Canada paddle to San Juans in ‘canoe journey’

Kitsap Sun (subscription required)
Developer fined $13,000 for stormwater discharges in East Bremerton

New York Times
Trump Avoids Rebuking Putin on Meddling
Putin Has Already Come Out Ahead
Putin Is Running a Destructive Cybercrime Syndicate Out of Russia
Column: Trump, Treasonous Traitor
Editorial: How Do You Say ‘Witch Hunt’ in Russian?
Op-ed: Trump, Doing Putin’s Bidding
Op-ed: We Are All Supreme Court Skeptics Now
Op-ed: Benefits, Work, and Poverty
Op-ed: A Better Way to Run Schools

Olympian (subscription required)
You can expect to see more ferries at the Port of Olympia
The Northwest’s orcas are starving and disappearing. Can they be saved?

Peninsula Daily News
North Olympic Peninsula counties to see big increase in federal payments
Study looks at economic impact of maritime trades in Jefferson County
Tariffs create uncertainty, says president of Association of Washington Business
Without funding, bump stock buyback faces delays  (Van De Wege)

Puget Sound Business Journal
Fast-food chains agree to drop ‘no-poaching’ clauses that hold down wages

Seattle Times
Op-ed: Sound Transit rail stations could help solve our housing crisis | Op-Ed
Op-ed: Trump is misjudging China’s resolve on trade
Op-ed: Outside immigrant detention center, the anguish of separation
Column: How many times must we save people who overdose?

Seattle Weekly
Washington AG’s Deal Grants Mobility to Fast Food Workers Nationwide

Tri-City Herald
Washington families wait months to learn why their loved ones died. Here’s why

USA Today
President Trump: Don’t ‘see any reason why’ Russia would have meddled in 2016 U.S. election
Op-ed: Why Donald Trump might regret letting the Federalist Society pick Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court
Op-ed: Donald Trump’s summit with Vladimir Putin overshadowed by a new round of indictments
Op-ed: It’ll be Donald Trump First, not America First, at Helsinki summit with Vladimir Putin

Whidbey News-Times
Parents of injured child file lawsuit against Oak Harbor schools

Washington Post
Trump offers little pushback to Putin’s denial of interference
U.S. president calls ongoing probe a ‘disaster for our country’
The Fix: News conference was everything Putin could have dreamed
Far fewer Republicans are calling Trump out on Russia
Op-ed: The Ken Starr investigation was a witch hunt. Mueller’s probe is not.
Op-ed: The $247 trillion global debt bomb
Op-ed: One of history’s most transformative human rights movements turns 50
Op-ed: The Trump administration’s new poverty report builds a phony rationale to punish the poor
Column: The latest Mueller indictment provides a template for what could be coming next
Column: Putin must wonder what else America knows about Russia
Joe Scarborough: When it comes to lying, Trump is nonstop
Editorial: Who is paying for the next Supreme Court justice?
Editorial: Trump’s dangerous remarks about breast-feeding

Vancouver Business Journal
State’s 100 Best Companies to Work For announced

Yakima Herald Republic
Homeless kids: It’s not just an urban issue
Latinos underrepresented in Valley fire companies
Editorial: Diversity outreach belongs on campus


Volunteers help build tiny houses in downtown Seattle

2 years of I-5 lane closures ahead in Snohomish, Skagit counties
State Patrol: Injuries, deaths from motorcycle crashes spiking in W. Wash.

App Provides ‘Entry Point’ To Understand Indigenous History Of Land You’re On
Teachers In Washington State Are Getting Fliers Urging Them To Stop Paying Union Dues
Scared Of Math? Here’s One Way To Fight The Fear

Can ‘Moneyball’ Fix How The West Manages Wildfire?
Hearing On Washington Amtrak Derailment Zeroes In On Problematic Curves

NW Public Radio
‘Seattle Post’? Not A Thing. Russia Sought To Exploit Trust In Local News During 2016 Campaign 
July In The Northwest: Warm Summer Nights And Big Fire Potential 
App Provides ‘Entry Point’ To Understand Indigenous History Of Land You’re On 
Fast Food Chains Back Down On Hiring Limits After Washington AG Threat 
Lawmakers Set Sights On Changes To Endangered Species Act
Hearing On Washington Amtrak Derailment Zeroes In On Problematic Curves

Q13 TV (Fox)
The Divide: Country or party?


Civic Skunk Works
American paychecks are flatlining

As they wait and wait, some asylum seekers talk of suicide
Sea-Tac, activists team up on rights of transgender travelers
After a year of turmoil, can Evergreen reinvent itself?
Separated at the border, mother and son reunite at Sea-Tac
As priced-out Seattleites flee, Tacoma’s getting more expensive
Migrant mother reunited with young son in Seattle after separated, detained
Far more Washingtonians oppose death penalty than rest of U.S.

Slog AM: Mental Health Is Another Hurdle for Asylum Seekers in Washington, It’s Too Hot, and Elon Musk Is Terrible
Republicans Endorse Arming Preschoolers in Sacha Baron Cohen’s New Show
Immigrant Detainees “Appalled” by Family Separations, Launch Hunger Strike
First Immigrant Mother in Washington Reunited With Child

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