Tuesday news roundup: police accountability

Yesterday’s passing of police accountability legislation tops this morning’s news.

Seattle Times, Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, Crosscut, SeattleMet, KING, and KUOW all report on the Council’s adoption of a new police accountability reform structure yesterday.

Seattle Times, GeekWire, and the AP cover yesterday passage of a “police observer bill of rights.”

Erica C. Barnett reports from last night’s 37th District Democrats candidate forum.

The Urbanist discusses a loophole in the recently-passed move-in fee legislation.

Puget Sound Business Journal reports that the King County Labor Council has come out against the proposed soda tax.

Erica C. Barnett looks into what happened in Washington D.C. when it embraced rapid rehousing.

 

 

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