News roundup: don’t forget your reading glasses…

… because there’s a lot to read this morning.

KOMO, KING5, The Stranger, and KUOW report on the bill working its way through the Council that would ban conversion therapy.

Seattle Times and Puget Sound Business Journal cover the Council-approved increase in the B&O tax and the business license fee.

Crosscut and SeattleMet discuss the ongoing furor over the Mayor’s executive order cutting ties with the District Councils.

The Stranger covers the Mayor’s “Find It, fix it” walk earlier this week.

Puget Sound Business Journal, Seattlish, and The Urbanist discuss I-124, which the Council approved for the November ballot earlier this week.

Queen Anne and Magnolia News opines on the sale of the Pacific Place Garage and what should happen with the proceeds.

MyNorthwest reports on the plans for a second Montlake Bridge.

Media Matters covers the minimum wage study presented to the Council on Monday.

Huffington Post has an interview with Council member Kshama Sawant.

The C is for Crank concludes her series of articles looking at safe injection sites.