Thursday news roundup

A new proposal for gun-safety laws in Seattle tops the news this morning.

Crosscut, Seattle Times, SeattleMetThe Stranger, AP, UW Daily, The Hill, and West Seattle Blog report on the announcement yesterday that Mayor Durkan and Council member Gonzalez are working with the City Attorney’s office on legislation that would require guns to be stored safely.

KUOW covers Council President Bruce Harrell’s work on new regulations for Uber and Lyft, especially around how they compensate drivers.

West Seattle Blog reports on a city-convened meeting to discuss extending the permit for Camp Second Chance.

KUOW reports that the Council may adjust its own ethics code.

Sightline Institute argues that Seattle needs to get rid of single-family zoning.

KUOW says that Seattle’s new soda tax is confusing.