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Opinion: Headlines that readers want to see in 2013

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K-18 education becomes top state priority

— Cindy Etter, Shoreline

Puget Sound corporationsself-tax for public good

— Cindy Etter, Shoreline

Peace breaks out

— Bonnie Lou Clark, Bellevue

Homelessness reduced 20 percent statewide

— Roger Douglas, Mukilteo

Mariners cut ticket prices back to 1995

— Greg Noack, Edmonds

State enjoys drop in gun violence after passage of ‘sensible’ reforms

— Wes Kim, Seattle

Legislature passes stiffest DUI sanctions in country

— Barbara Gust, Lynnwood

State marijuana profits soar to record highs

— Mike Miller, Auburn

Sounders sign Messi

— Tim Perman, Redmond

Huskies beat Oregon

— Gary James, Poulsbo

The NBA returns to Seattle

— Kabir Jeddy, Issaquah

‘I’m sorry for what I’ve done to my friends and family,’ Mastro tells bankruptcy judge

— Barney Burke, Port Townsend

Ezell’s awarded a Michelin star

— Aynaesh Jyantilal, Woodinville

Suspect charged in murder of prosecutor

Tom Wales

— Kathryn A. Pratt, Burien

Sound Transit vows to build East Link in under five years, not decade

— Tim Whittome, Sammamish

MOHAI, zoo admission free thanks to donor

— Noma Edwards, Fall City

No public money to be spent on new sports arena

— John Peekstok, Shoreline

Third Avenue gets makeover, drug pushers move elsewhere

— Tim Whittome, Sammamish

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