A veritable potpourri of news this morning.
The Seattle Times looks at how much the soda tax has brought in so far this year.
The Stranger reports on the city’s latest legal filing to Judge Robart on the SPOG contract and the consent decree over biased policing.
The Seattle Times reports on the imminent strike of EMT workers in Seattle.
Erica Barnett looks at the Council’s deliberations on whether the GrayKey phone-unlocking tool is “surveillance technology.”
Real Change discusses whether there is evidence that renting to people with criminal backgrounds is really an issue.