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Celebrating workers

Labor Day is about a lot more than picnics and parades. Today, we take time to celebrate the workers who built our communities and our country, and recommit ourselves to fighting for an economy that works for everyone.


The results of Hurricane Harvey may continue to cause catastrophic flooding and damage over the next few days, and we need to make sure these communities have the resources they need to survive – and eventually rebuild.

We could be on the list.

Because you raised your voice in strong defense of our public lands, Interior Secretary Zinke announced yesterday that no national monuments will be eliminated. For now.

This is not normal.

After weeks engulfed by a sickly yellow smog rivaling Beijing, the wind shifted and our region finally last weekend saw a bit of blue sky. And then, for the first time in nearly two months, we awoke Sunday to our old friend rain, and air quality finally, for the moment, improved.

This belongs to you:

From the bottom of my heart, I would like to thank everyone for the dedication that has fueled this campaign since day one. It’s your hard work – your desire to make King County a place where everyone is valued and has a chance to thrive – that made last night’s big primary win possible.

re: Response to Trump’s ban

On the anniversary of President Harry Truman’s 1948 order desegregating the United States Armed Forces, Donald Trump made clear his disdain for people who have bravely stepped up to do what he never did – serve our country. Through a series of horrific tweets – utterances that spooked even the Pentagon – he banned transgender Americans from the military.

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