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Middle School Students Explain Why They Protested Against Trump Today

Today’s inauguration of Donald Trump as President has seen massive protests across…

County Health Board Unanimously Endorses Safe Drug Sites

The two pilot sites would be the first in the country.

Can Rob Johnson, Fifth Generation Seattleite, Sell Seattle on a Highrise Future?

The mild-mannered councilmember will be at the center of the anti-density storm as he shepherds the U-District upzone through Council.

Why Your U.S. Rep Is, or Isn’t, Attending the Inauguration

While some see attending as an act of respect, others consider it a show of support for Trump.

Seattleites Form Neighborhood Groups to Resist Trump

Signs of an anti-Trump movement: All of the city’s districts now have Neighborhood Action Councils.

Bill to Protect Against Muslim Registry Enters State Senate

SB 5308 would narrowly prevent state agencies from giving out personal religious information to the feds.

Earth 2 Trump: Cross-Country Tour of Resistance Launches in Seattle

The Center for Biological Diversity began its 16-city anti-Trump tour on Monday.

Seattle Group Hopes to Stage ‘Social Media Blackout’ On Inauguration Day

‘To protest the apparent intentions of the Trump presidency and to demand that more is done to combat fake news stories on social media.’

NAACP Launches Movement to Make Ethnic Studies Mandatory in Seattle Schools

Educators and advocates want to dismantle institutionalized racism. Step one: Change the curriculum.

King County Unveils Emoji-Based Food Safety System

They’re like little texts, sent from your local health department.

Trump Appointments Could Grind Washington State Senate to a Halt

Sen. Doug Ericksen will be splitting time between Olympia and D.C., raising questions of both propriety and procedure.

How Microsoft Can Resist, or Assist, Trump

Tech companies could have an outsized role in how far the president-elect gets with his destructive agenda.