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 By Chris Cargill    Opinion

Bargaining talks demand transparency

There’s a big mystery unfolding in Olympia, but it’s one as predictable as the sunrise. Right now, behind closed doors, the governor and powerful state employee unions are secretly negotiating a pay and compensation budget for... — Updated 8/4/2022

 
 By Chris Cargill    Opinion

Who will defend the Washington taxpayers?

The message from voters was crystal clear, but elected officials apparently don’t want to hear it. In 2019, nearly 80% of voters in the city of Spokane approved an amendment to the city charter – in essence, a local... — Updated 6/16/2022

 
 By Chris Cargill    Opinion

Washington refuses tax cuts for for families

Most politicians could only dream of a scenario in which a flood of extra tax revenues suddenly lets them cut taxes in an election year. But clearly Washington state leaders think differently. While other states move to cut taxes... — Updated 4/28/2022

 
 By Chris Cargill    Opinion

Restoring faith in public education

How much worse do schools have to get before parents and public officials take a stand? It’s the question many are asking following the release of Washington state’s latest round of poor K-12 public school test scores. The... — Updated 1/27/2022

 

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