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Before heading back to Washington, D.C., to address the nation’s budget, First Congressional District Rep. Suzan DelBene met with her recently formed Veterans Advisory Board to discuss issues of importance to veterans and what her office can do to make their lives easier.
If you’re not happy with the high-occupancy toll lanes on I-405 that allow drivers who can afford it pay a fee to escape slower traffic, imagine the same two tiers for users on the information super highway.
Blaine High School student Emily Ramey received an honorable mention for her work titled “Yum Yom, BLEH, Sniff Snerf” at the 2017 Congressional Art Competition for Washington’s First District.
Two Redmond students received honorable mentions for the pieces they entered in the 2017 Congressional Art Competition for Washington’s First District.
Redmond High School students Sarah Kimmerly and Chelsea Shu were recognized for their pieces, “Inspired Picasso” and “Wanderer,” respectively.
Science itself may be nonpartisan, but the March for Science this weekend simply couldn’t be.
Historically, comprehensive tax reform has only worked when it has been a bipartisan effort. Now is not the time to break that tradition.
Like nearly everything else related to politics these days, the Town Hall meeting hosted by 1st District Congresswoman Susan DelBene at Glacier Peak High School earlier this month turned into a referendum on the policies and agenda of President Donald Trump.
MOUNT VERNON — In her first town hall meeting in Skagit County this year, U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene was asked repeatedly to demonstrate her opposition to President Donald Trump and his administration.
John Macklin was never the marching sort.
Throughout his long career as a chemist at the University of Washington, Macklin admits he lived up to some of the stereotypes of an academic. “The idea is that you’re in your ivory tower,” he said. “Aloof. Uninvolved.”