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She has been an important voice on police reform and immigration on the council. Let’s give her another term.
These candidates have the outlook and experience that will make Seattle schools better.
In these trying times, the candidate from the Peoples Party of Seattle is the leader we all need.
Yes, it’s a regressive tax. But the program it funds is worth it.
At the same time, she got a major union endorsement Tuesday, complicating the business-vs.-labor dynamic in the mayor’s race.
Activists say the new law has its roots in past failed efforts … and Trump.
“Seeds got planted in the hearts of all of us that were there.”
The council unanimously approved a 2.25 percent tax that only applies to income over $250,000 yearly.
This is the second time the group Just Want Privacy tried and failed to put trans access to bathrooms to a vote.
Cesar Molina had returned to work following the shooting of Tommy Le.
I-940 would change the way police are trained as well as state law on the use of deadly force.
They saw what happened with the minimum wage, and didn’t want to see it happen again.
While he supports the income tax, the candidate says there are simpler ways to make Seattle’s tax code more fair.
Polluters, manufacturers, and investors won in this year’s budgeting marathon.
It costs nearly $2,000 to run for the city’s highest office. They think it’s money well spent.
Water rights and car tabs are still on the docket.
An ominous environment has some liberals rethinking their views toward firearms.
CAIR-Washington launches a program to help launch careers.
The city council took steps toward offsetting the cuts to Medicaid that Congress is now considering.
The rule changes are still under consideration by the Health Care Authority.