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Immigrant. Mother. Detainee. Activist. Asha Mohamed has found resolve since the first Women’s March.
From Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, Seattle Weekly captures the demonstration’s atmosphere.
Some state projects aimed at homeless families and disabled veterans won’t happen.
Businesses fear a ballot-passed tax could be far costlier than a negotiated deal.
Advocates hope to revamp the current system to ease the toll on kids and their foster families.
A passed bill eliminating victims’ restrictions may not be heard in the state Senate.
Plus, park renovation in Kirkland.
New legislation could make it harder for tenants to be evicted.
The Navigation Team was created to ease the impact of encampment clean-ups, but its growth is on hold as some question its effectiveness.
The former Army base could ease the city’s low-income housing shortage or school overcrowding. It just probably can’t do both.
The move comes after the company announced plans to increase worker pay and benefits.
The news ushers in a two-year monitoring period in which the city can’t slip up.
If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
Plus, the Eastside comes together in support of its Muslim residents.
And guns and climate too.
People lacking a permanent addresses often don’t know when they are supposed to appear in court. And they don’t have the money to pay the fines that follow.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
The order buys the about 200 residents more time, for now.
A bipartisan contingent of state officials say they are open to meeting with Jeff Sessions in the future.
It has been more than a year since the law was approved by voters.