JUNE 18, 2014

ELECTIONS/GOVERNANCE 

Editorial: Don’t create exception for lawmakers’ personal cellphones used for official businessThe Pierce County prosecutor says he ought to be able to keep his official-business text messages secret if he pays the phone bill. Didn’t we just go through this with emails?

 

 

RAIL 

Counts on oil trains dribble outMuch more crude is likely to be headed our way, with or without state approval of an oil transfer terminal at the Port of Vancouver. After all, the county is located on a key rail line to at least 10 Washington and Oregon communities where new oil facilities are planned, proposed, under construction or already operating.

 

 

TRANSPORTATION 

Ports in Asia consider impact of P3 rejectionAsian ports are still digesting the ramifications of China’s unexpected decision yesterday to reject the P3 Network application, putting the kibosh on a vessel-sharing agreement between Maersk Line, MSC and CMA CGM that was set to dominate the container shipping industry.

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