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Homeless campers have been asking Seattle for fire extinguishers for months.
The bill, in committee this morning, would enable the county’s taxes to keep pace with inflation and population growth.
But they haven’t broken. Not yet, at least.
The civil liberties group is already suing Seattle over the sweeps, arguing they violate the Constitution.
Many of the proposed reforms still need to be bargained with the police unions.
The protest at Sea-Tac Saturday could become a common scene in Seattle.
Seattle welcomes Muslims, immigrants, refugees, and the homeless, according to the resolution.
The momentum from Saturday night’s standoff at SeaTac Airport carried into orderly protests Sunday night.
He also directed Homeland Security to deputize local police to enforce federal immigration laws.
The cameras have been used, among other things, to spy on restaurant workers suspected of illicitly dumping grease.
This afternoon Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant is calling for the removal of federal surveillance cameras around the city. The cameras have been around since… Continue reading
The bill would create objective standards for whether an officer shooting was reasonable.
Today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as President has seen massive protests across the country. Here in Seattle, public school students are joining the throngs of… Continue reading
The two pilot sites would be the first in the country.
SB 5308 would narrowly prevent state agencies from giving out personal religious information to the feds.
Ten tips on taking to the streets and changing the world.
But it’s unlikely to become law.
With the Trump administration imminent, trans people are scrambling to get their papers in order.
Seattle’s limited efforts to address homelessness are slowly manifesting.
More than 60 social justice organizations have joined the appeal against the new ‘Justice Center.’