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Emails Show Mayor’s Office and Berkeley Economist Coordinated Release of Favorable Minimum Wage Study
The study has been pushed as a counterweight to a more negative UW study.
The UW team studying the $15 minimum wage was supposed to transcend politics. Fat chance.
“There is no pain like losing a son. There is no pain like losing a piece of my heart.”
For decades, protest ‘just wasn’t done.’ But that may be changing.
The new documents risk plunging the Murray administration back into crisis mode.
Le was holding a pen when he was shot and killed by a deputy last month. The sheriff’s office says the pen was mistaken for a knife.
The Seattle Process is alive and well when it comes to putting a toilet in the historic neighborhood.
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.
They saw what happened with the minimum wage, and didn’t want to see it happen again.
City Councilmember Kshama Sawant says the decision came due to dissatisfaction with the team’s methodology.
Murray didn’t name the candidate, but made the battle lines clear.
Seattle is getting an object lesson in weaponized data.
The Sheriff’s Office says it wasn’t trying to mislead.
Initial reports said Tommy Le was carrying a knife.
Seattle’s biggest debates over race and police have been playing out north of the Cut.
A very strong field of candidates somehow got stronger.
A few quick takes on Wednesday night’s mayoral forum.
The lawsuit against him was dropped Tuesday, but lawyers for his accuser say Murray’s overplaying his hand.
In Grays Harbor County, a Rorschach Test for how people feel about the Affordable Care Act.