News roundup for Thursday

Police reform is back in the news.

Seattle Times and AP report that the City of Seattle has asked the judge overseeing police reform to intervene in the city’s ongoing labor dispute with the Seattle Police Officers Guild.

Capitol Hill Times has an opinion piece arguing that the city should place pilots for new programs such as safe injection sites and paid parking investment areas in the neighborhoods that want them the most.

National Law Review reports on Seattle’s “Secure scheduling” ordinance.