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The advisory measures are nonbinding, but the architect of the ballot items says they could change the conversation around future taxation.
‘It’s like, it burns.’
Conventional wisdom says the late voters are the far-left voters. Will that sway the election?
Our predictions about what will be great about the city in 10 years.
Durkan went German, McGinn went Vegan, and second place went way up in the air.
A study this year will suss out the idea of creating a plan to compete with private insurers.
The people behind the McCleary lawsuit that prompted the order disagree.
As the formal investigation nears its conclusion, a more complete account of the night emerges.
The counter-protesters have asked for an investigation of SPD’s tactics.
The regulators say the Senate is ‘playing with fire.’
Petitioners focus on the law’s impact on eating, drinking, and smoking while driving.
Emails Show Mayor’s Office and Berkeley Economist Coordinated Release of Favorable Minimum Wage Study
The study has been pushed as a counterweight to a more negative UW study.
The UW team studying the $15 minimum wage was supposed to transcend politics. Fat chance.
Councilmembers need to stop talking around the accusations facing the mayor.
A mayoral/council joint committee will decide how (and possibly when) Mayor Ed Murray leaves office.
Activists are asking the Port and City Council to provide a new location for the authorized encampment in the neighborhood.
A new rule from the King County Board of Health reignites the abortion debate.
The governor says he is willing to convene yet another special session if an agreement can be reached.
The documents came in response to requests from friends and family.
No kite flying!