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Editorials

Our Voice: Superdelegate system frustrates many

The role superdelegates play in nominating presidential candidates has presented an ironic conundrum for political party activists, and it will be fascinating to see if this election season causes a change in either the Democrat or Republican camps.

Letters to the Editor

Letter: Democratic leaders willing to disrupt lives of hardworking Americans

It is difficult to understand what motives the current Democratic leadership. Those currently in charge of the Democratic party believe it is okay to disrupt the lives of hardworking, law-abiding American citizens who have made the coal industry their way of life for many generations. These leaders won’t even consider investing any funds into developing technology to make coal environmentally safe to save these jobs.

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Vetoes and how the Legislature can override them

Joe Fain, a Republican state senator from King County, breaks down how Washington's veto process differs from Congress and the historical fate of bills that have come up against the governor's red pen.
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Vetoes and how the Legislature can override them

Pasco Fire Department dedicates new rescue boat 1:00

Pasco Fire Department dedicates new rescue boat

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Transmitters inserted into rattlesnakes for study

North Carolina quintuplets turning 18 despite doctors warning parents they may not survive 1:51

North Carolina quintuplets turning 18 despite doctors warning parents they may not survive