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At activists’ urging, the council did the right thing in opening up Burgess’ council seat to all.
We can’t stay quiet on guns, even if those in power do.
We have not yet reached the threshold where violence is the answer, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t one.
His two-month tenure presents a unique opportunity to do the right thing.
When reading the Amazon tea leaves, not all explanations are created equal.
People keep bringing cars to Seattle. But that doesn’t mean we should accommodate them.
The proposal forces a much needed conversation about those living in cars in Seattle.
Local jurisdictions can say “no” to the pilot program. Voters shouldn’t ban Seattle from saying “yes.”
Councilmembers need to stop talking around the accusations facing the mayor.
Not all sex-abuse accusations lead to criminal charges. That doesn’t mean they didn’t happen.
Polluters, manufacturers, and investors won in this year’s budgeting marathon.
First, it won’t happen. Second, it would be just fine if it did.
And we must stay vigilant.
The pressure is on for the city to ink a KeyArena deal that’s good for taxpayers. That’s usually not the case with sports arenas.
Shutting down this weekend’s anti-Sharia rally would give it more credence than it’s worth.
Seattle’s next leader will be liberal. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t important policy differences between the candidates.
Efforts to paint a proposed soda tax as an attack on low-income Seattleites ignores food history.
When it comes to making our tax system more fair, there’s no time like the present.
The Red Square shooting raises important questions about how the judicial system can serve victims.