This morning the Washington State Supreme Court ruled in favor of the City of Seattle in a lawsuit challenging the city’s tax on guns and ammunition.
A veritable potpourri of stories this morning.
A little bit of everything this morning… Continue reading News roundup: Misogyny, Samantha Bee, AirBNB, ST3, and unreinforced masonry
A judge rules that UW can ignore local landmark ordinances, police inquests come under the microscope, and both the Mayor and the City Council claim to love small businesses.
As we approach the first week of substantive legislative business for the City Council, you can feel the engine warming up: the press is starting to report on bills that will be discussed in the coming week. Plus, the national media continues to report on recent progressive legislation in Seattle.
Yesterday swearing in of the new City Council dominates the news this morning. Continue reading News roundup: swearing in
This afternoon’s inauguration of the newly elected City Council leads off the news this morning. Continue reading News roundup: inauguration, gun tax, UW medical residents
Lots of coverage this morning on yesterday’s court hearing on the recently-enacted tax on purchasing guns and ammunition in Seattle. Continue reading News roundup: gun tax allowed
The city’s new tax on guns and ammunition, and the legal challenge to it, leads the news this morning. Continue reading News roundup: guns and change