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Troy Kelley fades in our rearview mirror

Troy Kelley of Tacoma, the embattled former state auditor, is certainly entitled to keep trying to clear his name. But nine felony convictions for financial crimes should be quite persuasive for most Washingtonians still paying attention.

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A smart new tool to fight voyeurism

A new Washington law will help crack down on voyeurs who might otherwise slip off the hook. Meanwhile, the theory that transgender rights provide cover for voyeurs is a needless distraction.

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Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
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