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An incremental approach to renters’ rights paid a dividend this week.
Candidates in the mayor’s race called for an independent investigation and further reforms.
They’re not even built yet, and our pilot safe drug sites are already having national repercussions.
Of 65 public comments over more than two hours, only a handful were against the income tax.
The income tax would apply on earnings over a quarter million dollars at a rate of 2 percent.
Seattle wasn’t the only city to stand behind Muslims.
The latest battle in America’s culture war ended in a street brawl, with no apparent serious injuries.
The xenophobe-friendly rally has been moved to City Hall Plaza—just around the corner from police HQ.
The bill was rushed through council to head-off a possible ballot challenge.
Vacant lots make great vegetable patches.
The bill aims to help renters, especially people of color, navigate Washington’s vote-by-mail system.
The tax on sugar products, which cause obesity, will pay to bring healthy food to poor neighborhoods.
The event comes at a time of increased hostility between an emboldened right and energized left.
The city’s plan is to keep evicting homeless campers until they agree to enter the shelter system.
Despite redoubled efforts, more than 11,000 people were experiencing homelessness in King County during this year’s count.
The movement to end youth incarceration is gaining momentum as Seattle grapples with one of its most difficult questions.
The bill fixes a technical error that accidentally exempted the youth jail project from administrative challenge.
A fair housing task force is figuring out how to implement one of HALA’s toughest recommendations.
Otherwise, threatens UW President Ana Mari Cauce, she’ll cut the school’s contract with Nike.
It’s been a long road to an imperfect solution.