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Seattle Times Op-Eds
The Seattle Times welcomes Op-Eds on any topic for publication in print and online. We value diverse opinion writing that offers a clear point of view. Below are recent Op-Ed columns published in The Times.
We must prioritize workers’ rights to successfully reopen the economy | Op-Ed | U.S. Rep. Adam Smith
Workers will only be able to work if they feel safe and are protected — their voices must be heard, not ignored.
Washington state needs a more balanced and uniform process for addressing emergency situations.
There are no more excuses to use and abuse animals when humankind’s collective minds have conjured up every possible alternative.
What do I want for Mother’s Day? I want schools to be back fully operational this fall.
As Congress bails out airlines, hotels, and cruise lines, it’s disgraceful that a critical public service like the Postal Service would be left out to...
Our students need us to make sure this historic time does not deepen the divides and disparities that already exist.
Knowing Gov. Gregoire and Congresswoman Speier relatively well, and having interacted with Ambassador Rice, I have no doubts any one of them would be a...
The coronavirus has taught us that if we raise wildlife and other species together in large numbers on farms and sell them in markets in...
Reduce the workweek to 32 hours and allow more flex time to avoid crowded commutes and work places.
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