Friday news roundup

We really ought to have more two-day work weeks.

Crosscut reports that there is widespread support for the proposed Waterfront LID, though it’s slightly weaker in the district that would actually pay it. Puget Sound Business Journal has an op-ed arguing against the LID.

Seattle Times, the Spokane Spokesman-Review, and MyNorthwest report that an initiative and signatures have been submitted to place a statewide ban on new local taxes on groceries and soda.

The Stranger points out that the deadline to register to vote is fast approaching.

The Puget Sound Business Journal looks at what the recent Supreme Court ruling means for the power of unions in Seattle.

The Seattle Times looks at changes in recent crime rates in Seattle.