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The AG’s office plans to file a lawsuit blocking a website from disseminating digital firearm files.
Future Remains Uncertain for Separated Immigrant Children as the Federal Reunification Deadline Passes
There are still known five youths who remain in federally-funded Seattle-area shelters.
Seattleites express outrage over the potential loss of the music venue and look to preserve it via historic landmark status.
With increased temperatures, the City has options to stay cool.
Although its a mixed bag for some, the families affected by police shootings say she’s the best one for the job.
A local non-profit houses several immigrant youths who were separated from their parents at the border. But for how long?
Seven fast food chains have agreed to end no-poaching policies that economists say cause wage stagnation.
Although the city says that disabled people are exempted from the ban, the impacted community says that businesses haven’t gotten the message loud and clear.
Lawsuits and a national campaign show that Washingtonians are dissatisfied with the status quo.
Thousands of Indian women throughout the country could once again be barred from employment.
The case decision eliminates “fair share” fees, but local unions say they’re prepared.
A judge approved of Maru Mora Villalpando’s plan to begin the green card process.
As part of 21 Progress’ Rise series, Aneelah Afzali drew parallels between anti-Muslim rhetoric and immigration xenophobia.
Washington’s Attorney General plans to sue the federal government over the “zero tolerance” policy.
In light of federal budget cuts, the parade that highlights marginalized voices survives due to community crowdfunding.
Suicide is an epidemic amongst agricultural workers, but young farmers and state legislators are working to find solutions.
After pressure from big businesses, city leaders cave on their plan to fund homeless services.
Less than a month after passing the controversial measure to fund homeless services, the councilmembers got cold feet.
The ruling allows about 200 residents more time in their homes, as they attempt to acquire the property.
A documentary about local non-profit Extend the Day shows what it’s like for over 1.2 billion people throughout the world who lack electricity.