Many in Washington understand the value proposition marine cargo and our Puget Sound seapor

With 40 percent of Washington jobs connected to international trade, one would think that policy makers would want to pay special attention to competitive threats to this sector of the economy.

Ignoring the competition in business can spell disaster, a lesson Washington policy makers should

What do you do if you have positioned yourself as a destination shopping center under your busine

"Being 'for' a project but against the way we must pay for it is irresponsible, misleading and no

Calvin Coolidge once observed there was never a problem so large that, if you ignored it long eno

Jim Nyberg with Newland Communities talks about how completing SR 167 will allow for the development of new employment centers in Washington state. 

Reading International Monetary Fund assessments of economic growth forecasts for various countries can be a bit dry. So you will have to forgive us for having been a bit slow in reviewing their latest report on the U.S. economy.  

While visiting the Port of Tacoma today, Gov. Jay Inslee met with the State Route 167 Completion Coalition to discuss possible next steps in the quest for a statewide transportation revenue package. He reminded the group of his commitment to the project. 

In our last post, we talked about Canadian ports expanding their marine terminals in an effort to capture the jobs being lost by Puget Sound ports due to a lack of transportation investments.

Now Florida wants a cut of the action.