Wednesday news roundup

Let’s get to the news…

The Stranger reports on a new UC Berkeley study that shows that Seattle’s $15 minimum wage has not hurt employment in the fast-food industry.

AP, Seattle Weekly, The Urbanist and Curbed cover the new ordinance requiring voter registration information to be distributed to new tenants.

The Stranger reports that Council members Sawant and Herbold participated in a rallyTuesday evening for Charleena Lyles, who was shot Sunday morning by two Seattle police officers.

 

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