News roundup: Minimum wage, secure scheduling, conversion therapy

Good morning! Kshama Sawant is making noise at the DNC in Philadelphia, but back here in Seattle it’s going to be a very busy week…

KIRO and the AP report on an ordinance proposed by Council member Lorena Gonzalez that would prohibit “conversion therapy.”

The Stranger writes on this morning’s presentation to the Council on a city-sponsored study of  the effects of the higher minimum wage. Meanwhile, Seattle Times reports on the other city-sponsored study, on secure scheduling practices.

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce reports on the proposed rate changes for Seattle Public Utilities.

MyNorthwest and Oregon Live report on the ordinance proposed by Council member Kshama Sawant  to cap move-in fees.

And Seattle Times and The Stranger report on  Sawant’s appearance at the DNC in Philadelphia to try to convince disaffected Bernie Sanders supporters to vote for Jill Stein.