News roundup: judges make rulings, secure scheduling, tenant protections

Lots happening this morning. Let’s get to it.

The Stranger, Seattle Times and Seattle PI report on the US district judge’s ruling yesterday throwing a wrench into the works on the city’s attempt to move forward legislation on police accountability.

Seattle Times, ForbesReutersBloomberg, and Skift cover another US district judge’s ruling that dismissed the Chamber of Commerce’s challenge of Seattle ordinance allowing Uber drivers to unionize.

Seattle Medium, Geekwire, and Curbed report on the new Seattle ordinance offering protections to tenants.

KOMO, Q13, and the Union-Bulletin cover yesterday’s unveiling of proposed “secure scheduling” legislation.

Seattle Weekly discusses homelessness and the role that landlords have in addressing the crisis.

SeattleMet ruminates on the Seattle Process, and whether there is a new movement to just “get sh*t done.”

Queen Anne & Magnolia News discusses a recent public hearing on zoning changes in the Uptown area.