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A decision is likely to come before Thanksgiving.
The tax would have raised $25 million annually to help address the homelessness crisis.
The City Council voted to tax operators, but regulation is still up in the air.
Drawing on her lived experience, the newly elected councilmember says she aims to advocate for women and marginalized communities.
A motion filed Friday lays out how the city plans to defend its controversial tax plan.
An activist City Council makes for boatloads of legal work.
Harrell announces executive orders clamping down on trash, cozying up with Amazon, and envisioning a future without a youth jail.
The mayor’s cousin has come forward saying Murray abused him in the 1970s.
The dominant legal opinion has long been on the side of opponents, but a state Supreme Court decision indicates that such conventional thinking is vulnerable.
Another suit brought Wednesday involves former attorney general Rob McKenna and two former state Supreme Court justices.
A Seattle bill would prohibit blanket-exclusions of former prisoners, and may prohibit criminal background checks by landlords on prospective tenants.
Activists say the new law has its roots in past failed efforts … and Trump.
‘Traffic isn’t a KeyArena problem, it’s a Seattle problem.’
The legislation is expected to get a final vote today.
The movement to end youth incarceration is gaining momentum as Seattle grapples with one of its most difficult questions.
Efforts to paint a proposed soda tax as an attack on low-income Seattleites ignores food history.
A year-by-year look at Murray’s mayoral tenure.
Seattle leaders do not want to buy the world a Coke.
Typically, diet sodas are marketed to upper-class consumers, while the poor drink sugar.
“It’s pretty strong—we’re very pleased with the letter and the Mayor’s stance.”