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The wait-lists and lotteries of low-income housing in Seattle.
The tribe doesn’t envision a repeat of 2001, when Clinton granted, then Bush repealed, recognition within hours. But that doesn’t mean it’s done fighting.
A Seattle poster exchange with Istanbul looks at which direction each country is going.
Whatever a Trump administration decides to do on pot, Norm Stamper says cities like Seattle will have the power to not devote resources to marijuana.
The results of I-732 point to steep opposition, even from within.
The election vigils are a first for many churches.
Uber riders will get notices reminding them to vote and offering them rides to the nearest ballot drop box.
The artists at Glass Eye Studio find nothing morbid about their glass memorials.
Kshama Sawant and Rob Johnson are trying to breathe new life into muni-broadband.
Doctor Hamsterfuzz explains the power of the art.
A new app seeks to break down barriers to reproductive health.
It’s “like raising funds for axe murderers.”
“The people who are most impacted by public-policy decisions are often the last ones to know about how to engage in that conversation.”
“I walk Indian, I sing Indian, I drum Indian, I tell stories Indian. And now we have a city that celebrates that in all of us.”
While some mental health advocates raise alarms over I-1491, state records show the NRA hasn’t spent a cent on opposing it.