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It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
Numerous events and grassroots initiatives were held throughout 2017 to support a more inclusive community.
An urge for those in office to consider the greater good.
The measures fund needs that are not covered by state funding, including paying for existing staff, current programs and desperately needed facilities.
The United States finishes last among the world’s wealthiest 11 nations when it comes to health care.
Thank you to the Kirkland community for supporting a good cause.
This legislative session will be a short one.
Last week the Kirkland Reporter published a letter to the editor expressing concern about upcoming improvements to Edith Moulton Park. The City of Kirkland cares… Continue reading
HOT lanes will always increase congestion on general purpose lanes
Will you miss Red Apple?
Democrats now have an opportunity and an obligation to show voters that they can lead.
The proposed measures prioritize overcrowding, education, safety, technology and maintenance.
The measures would provide more classroom space and ensure teachers have resources they need to help kids succeed.
Kirkland fills largest Nourishing Network appeal, helping school children and their families | Guest editorial
A thank you from Kirkland Nourishing Network
Happy New Year!
Tips on how to be more green in the new year.
A socialist approach to health care.
Is chivalry dead?