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O’Ban has been a leading critic of the transit plan, but doesn’t seem to mind the idea of a new tax to help fund people’s car trips to a South Sound island.
Spray-painted message says ‘The Holocaust is fake history.’ It’s not.
The mayor signed the legislation on Thursday. Now comes the fun part.
The mayor has made his faith a central part of his public persona. But the Church has not always been an easy institution for the gay, liberal politician to be a part of.
Legalization efforts have been seen as a scourge to Mexican drug cartels’ profit margins.
The executive order comes two days after the Trump administration moved forward with more aggressive enforcement plans.
The measure, which would need the approval of voters, could be on the August ballot.
The state Supreme Court today ruled against the Richland florist who wanted to refuse flowers to gay couple; then the Trump administration withdrew its ‘travel ban’ executive order.
The radio station makes a sport of flouting liberal pieties. So why can’t we tune out?
“The Constitution prevailed today.”
How Western Washington lawmakers are reacting to Trump.
An explainer on why King County doesn’t honor ‘detainer’ requests from ICE.
Murray and Constantine Give Green Light to Safe-Consumption Sites. Now the Question Is Where to Put Them.
And also: Will Trump be down?
Kim Wyman, a Republican, also rebuked Trump during the election.
Trump today signed executive orders reversing Obama’s actions on the controversial projects.
The mild-mannered councilmember will be at the center of the anti-density storm as he shepherds the U-District upzone through Council.
‘To protest the apparent intentions of the Trump presidency and to demand that more is done to combat fake news stories on social media.’
Brayden Olson argues his generation is suffering in today’s economy, and needs a seat at the policy table to fix it.
Developers Vow to Sue Over City’s Affordable Housing Mandate. Will They Still Get Their Upzones If they Win?
A have-their-cake-and-eat-it-too scenario in the U-District.
Meanwhile, the minimum wage is hitting $15 an hour for some employees in Seattle.