News roundup: Chamber of Commerce lawsuit

The Chamber of Commerce lawsuit still tops the news this morning.Ars Technica and Reuters both cover the news this week that the US Chamber of Commerce is suing the City of Seattle over its recent ordinance allowing Uber and Lyft drivers to unionize.

West Seattle Blog and KING5 report on Council members’  inaugural district office hours session.

Seattle PI reports on Mayor Ed Murray’s executive order requiring front-line city staff take “culturally responsive” training in order to guarantee a safe environment for transgender residents.

The Seattle Times and Curbed cover the possible annexation of the White Center area by the City of Seattle.

The Stranger reports that sex workers and allies staged a protest and delivered a list of demands to city officials.

KUOW and The Stranger continue the reporting on the record amount of special-interest money spent in last year’s City Council election.