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Analysis of 2017 county records and interviews show that nearly 90 percent of evicted tenants experienced homelessness
Seattle and King County’s joint task force to address the crisis still only has vague strategies.
The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
The tech-funded “Yes in My Backyard” movement thinks the housing crisis can be solved by rapid development, but does it only benefit those at the top?
After pressure from big businesses, city leaders cave on their plan to fund homeless services.
Less than a month after passing the controversial measure to fund homeless services, the councilmembers got cold feet.
The annual One Night Count shows a four percent homeless population increase and a spike in people living in vehicles.
How the odds are stacked against low-income tenants in the County’s eviction court system.
During her Seattle visit, the head of Manchester’s homelessness task force talked about creative solutions to the global problem.
The measure decreases the original proposal by 45 percent, leaving some to question if it’ll raise enough to properly address homelessness.
The stats don’t lie—the system isn’t working.
The move comes after calls for change from advocates within the system.
While All Home attempts to address the issue, the group’s lack of actual power results in little change.
One Table’s first stab at recommendations leaves some members calling for a bolder, clearly financed plan.
Tenants’ rights advocates say landlords are using the contracts to exploit and expel vulnerable residents.
The State Attorney General discovered ten companies that refused vets with federal housing vouchers.
Searching for solutions to help an overlooked unsheltered population in Seattle.
New legislation could make it harder for tenants to be evicted.
The Navigation Team was created to ease the impact of encampment clean-ups, but its growth is on hold as some question its effectiveness.
People lacking a permanent addresses often don’t know when they are supposed to appear in court. And they don’t have the money to pay the fines that follow.