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    Unpopular Opinion: Getting dark early in Seattle is a good thing

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    The Seattle Times reported Friday that Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff could be in line for a $16,000 performance bonus for 2018, on top of an 11 percent raise from his new three-year contract.
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    State rep. says Inslee's budget needs tax rebates, not increases

    A state legislator argues that Inslee's budget should include tax rebates and prudent limits on spending, rather than large increases in taxation.
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