Tuesday news roundup

The Council puts the Transportation Benefit District on the November ballot, and we’re still talking about protests and SPD.

 

The Seattle Times, the AP, MyNorthwest, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, West Seattle Blog, Erica Barnett and The Urbanist cover the Council placing a renewal of the Seattle Transportation Benefit District on the November ballot for voter approval.

KOMO, Q13, The Stranger, The Seattle Times, Indian Country Today, West Seattle Blog, Patch, and MyNorthwest cover the ongoing local protests and SPD’s questionable response.

The Seattle Times, KING and KUOW report that SPD is back in court again after allegedly violating an injunction restricting its use of crowd-control devices.

KUOW and the Seattle Times discuss the effort to “defund SPD”.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the resolution the City Council passed yesterday on “Internet for All.”

The Seattle Times reports that several City Council members have criticized SPD’s subpoena of protest footage from local news media.


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