Happy Friday! We made it to the weekend! And happy St. Patricks’ Day!
Curbed looks at a controversial eviction in the Central District that drew protests over gentrification.
Capitol Hill Times covers the shutdown of the Pronto bike-share system.
Forbes looks at the lawsuits challenging the city’s ordinance allowing Uber and Lyft drivers to collectively bargain.
Seattle Times reports that the city is being tight-lipped over its gun sales tax while it’s being challenged in court.
Capitol Hill Times covers the proposed Seattle Renters Commission.
And most importantly for today, Crosscut covers the controversy over “false pints.” Beware!