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The judgment sets up an appeal to the state Supreme Court.
On Friday, the City’s attempt at a more progressive tax system begins a journey that is likely to end at the state Supreme Court. Here is a preview of the fight ahead.
As other cities in King County balk, Seattle’s City Council preps for a major public-health effort.
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A deep dive into a value-added real-estate portfolio.
The legislation is expected to get a final vote today.
The CD plan isn’t being met with the same opposition some other upzones have, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t misgivings.
She’s the third this week. There’s just one more week to go to file.
In her campaign kickoff today, she framed herself as a mainstream progressive who could get things done. Sound familiar?
The city attorney’s office denies the claims.
Details are still light, but the resolution sets up a July 10 vote on a tax targeting the city’s top earners.
The City Council will vote on a resolution endorsing a local income tax on Monday.
Lincoln Beauregard’s style isn’t orthodox, but it works.
The legislation would state the city’s support for such a tax, and likely provoke a lawsuit testing its legality.
The vote comes the same day the King County Council established its own fund.
A brick-and-mortar store pursues a net fix.
She’s bringing the plan to a council vote today.
The plan would have raised $55 million a year for homeless services. He says he’s now in favor of a county-wide sales tax instead.
The resolution had drawn concern last week, but a small change in the language mollified those fears.
A new resolution that would prevent the city from doing business with banks who lend to the Keystone XL Pipeline project is giving the city council pause.
The anti-tax man is accused of embezzling funds and misappropriating donations.