Thursday news roundup: Police reform, democracy vouchers, and Sawant pushing boundaries

Lots of interesting things going on today in the news.

KUOW, KIRO and Seattle Weekly report on the rollout of the Democracy Vouchers program in Seattle.

Seattle Times and Crosscut cover yesterday’s District Court hearing on collective bargaining in the ongoing police reform effort in Seattle.

Daily Caller and the Washington Times call into question Council member Sawant’s use of government resources to publicize the anti-Trump Inauguration Day protests her political party is organizing.

Seattle Times, KING, and Seattle Weekly report on the effort to convert the old Fire Station 39 property in Lake City into an affordable housing/preschool development.

Value Walk reports on the pending legislation that would limit the city’s future business dealings with Wells Fargo Bank.

Crosscut looks at the sanctioned homeless encampment in Ballard after its first year of operation.