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My Economy

My economy: Life as a liveaboard in Southwest D.C.

by Robyn Edgar May 16, 2019
Darryl Madden’s life on a boat started as a simple solution for affordable housing. Now he wouldn’t have it any other way.
Darryl Madden, a full-time liveaboard boater, next to his 50-foot cruiser in Southwest D.C.
Robyn Edgar
Divided Decade

Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed you

by Tommy Andres and Hayley Hershman Dec 20, 2018
We've gathered your stories for a year. Here's what we learned.
Jessica Perelman, one of more than 500 participants in our "How We Changed" series. 
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Tariff jitters grow at Washington state port

by Molly Solomon Sep 12, 2018
The port of Vancouver handles the West Coast's second-largest volume of imported steel, now subject to a 25 percent duty.
ILWU Local 4 President Cager Clabaugh says the tariffs are already hurting work at the port. An order for 6,000 tons of copper ore on route to China was recently canceled. The mountains of copper now sit unused in a warehouse at the Port of Vancouver.
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The EPA is at the center of a debate over pesticide regulations

by Scott Tong Apr 23, 2018
Chlorpyrifos has helped protect crops from pests since 1965, but it's also been linked in studies to low-IQ babies and dead fish.
Farmer Mike Locati in eastern Washington.
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What the loss of a mill means to a town

by Molly Solomon Jan 8, 2018
An industry that once defined Camas, Washington, is coming to an end. Now the former mill town is searching for its future identity.
Camas Mayor Scott Higgins in his office.
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Do farmed Atlantic salmon have a future on the West Coast?

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 30, 2017
Fish farm break: 150,000 Atlantic salmon escaped into Washington state's Puget Sound in August. Now comes the fallout.
Kurt Beardslee, of the Wild Fish Conservancy, wants to end fish farming in Puget Sound.
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Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

A listen-along glossary for our conversation with Capt. Deborah Dempsey

by Jennie Josephson Jul 17, 2017
Don't worry, there's no quiz.
Mt. Hood rises in the background as the town of The Dalles is seen on the Columbia River June 15, 2006 in Oregon.
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The Big Promise

Aluminum workers say they wouldn't want their kids to do the same work

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 13, 2017
The Alcoa aluminum plant laid off hundreds of workers last year. They miss the pay and camaraderie, but say they wouldn't want their kids following them into smelter work.
Bob Greiner teaches automotive technology to laid-off Alcoa workers in a retraining program at Wenatchee Valley College.
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Some worry proposed laws in multiple states could stifle dissent

by Marielle Segarra Jan 27, 2017
We’ve seen a lot of protests in the past year. Millions of people have taken to the streets to support the Black Lives Matter movement, protest the Dakota Access Pipeline and push back on the policies of President Donald Trump.…

University food pantries aim to provide food assistance to students

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 16, 2017
The College and University Food Bank Alliance fights student hunger. Since 2014, its membership has doubled, with almost 400 campuses participating.

Students at the University of Washington food pantry. 
Jennie Cecil Moore