Monday news roundup

I hope you had a great (and mostly dry) weekend.  Now let’s get to the news.

KING, Q13, Seattle Times and CityLab look at the fight to repeal the head tax.

MyNorthwest reports on continuing efforts to convince the Mayor to redo the search process for Chief of Police.

Erica Barnett covers the latest on efforts to set up a safe consumption site.

The South Seattle Emerald has an editorial on the city’s response to the homelessness crisis, while Crosscut has an op-ed saying that we can learn from the successes with getting homeless vets off the street.

National Law Review recaps last month’s appeals court ruling holding that the National Labor Relations Act doesn’t prohibit independent contractors from collective bargaining.

 

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2 thoughts on “Monday news roundup”

  1. So I did the ninth Court conclude for hire drivers can participate in collective bargaining but the city is Seattle cannot set competitive conditions like the rates charged to customers?

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