News roundup: SPOG and police reform, with a side of REI

This morning’s news roundup covers yesterday’s busy news day related to police reform and changes in the leadership of the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild after some ill-advised social media posts.

Q13 and Crosscut both cover the ongoing discussions of police reforms in Seattle.

Meanwhile, KING5Seattle TimesNorthwest Cable News, KHQ/AP, the Stranger, and Geekwire all report on the resignation last night of the president of the Seattle Police Officers Guild (SPOG) following an offensive Twitter post.

Seattlish and KGW continue Tuesday’s coverage of Monday evening’s rally for REI retail workers.

American Prospect has a long-form essay on how unions are reshaping Seattle’s progressive movement.

Seattle Times reports on Monday’s Council briefing on the Yesler Terrace affordable housing project.

White Center Now discusses the upcoming vote on annexation of White Center.

Curbed reports on Monday’s Council vote to approve the sale of the Pacific Place Garage.

KING5 reports on the Council’s discussion of extending the ban on plastic bags in Seattle.