Wednesday news roundup

One more “groundbreaking” Seattle ordinance has ended up in court.

Seattle Times, The Stranger, SeattleMet, Curbed, the AP, and Erica Barnett cover yesterday’s filing of a lawsuit challenging the city’s recently-passed “Fair Chance Housing” tenant-protection ordinance.

Q13 reports on dissatisfaction with Council member Juarez’s response to complaints of homeless people are graffiti in a cemetery.

West Seattle Blog gives an update on a legal challenge to the city-wide MHA upzones.

The Urbanist does a deep dive on the scarcity of buildable land downtown.

Erica Barnett and MyNorthwest cover a new report pointing out some shortcomings of the Democracy Vouchers program’s first run.