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Welcome to the bold new movements, organizers and leaders challenging Seattle’s liberal establishment.
The Red Square shooting raises important questions about how the judicial system can serve victims.
“When cities stand with their immigrant and refugee communities, they win.”
The state ACLU report also finds that in Seattle, cops tend to work at majority non-white schools.
A Q&A with Asad Haider, founding editor of Viewpoint Magazine, on an ideology fracturing the left.
With the state unable to fill vacancies due to low salaries, lawmakers hope the move will attract and retain talent.
The platform, strategies, victories, and future of Seattle’s growing movement.
The legislation also requires a court order before county jailers can hand youth over to police.
The legislation would state the city’s support for such a tax, and likely provoke a lawsuit testing its legality.
Elizabeth Hokoana has been charged with first degree assault for shooting Joshua Dukes in the stomach during the protests spurred by the appearance of Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of Washington.
Overtime begins today and there is a lot on the docket.
The other three serious candidates were largely reacting to Oliver’s activist agenda.
And no one’s surprised.
The tax will likely trigger a precedent-setting state Supreme Court case.
The Cascade Mall shooter claimed a sixth life this week. His own.
A new carbon tax bill just landed in the state legislature – the fourth one this session.
But when in doubt, just blame Sound Transit.
Moon supports safe drug sites, city taxes on the wealthy, and greater density in single-family zones.
Jacque Larrainzar found 50-some people to share their stories, providing deep insight into the challenges of gay and transgender immigrants and refugees.