How Motherhood Is Changing the Seattle City Council

Two Seattle City Council members are fighting for family-friendly policies


Mayor’s ‘RV Ranching’ Legislation Gets a Cool Reception from Seattle City Council

The proposed ordinance would impose a fine of $250 a day on anyone who “allows” another person to live in a derelict vehicle, among other fees


Seattle’s Democracy Vouchers Aim To Increase Civic Participation. Will They Work?

Seattle’s unique Democracy Voucher Program was designed to increase the number and diversity of local candidates. Is it doing the job?

Subject: The Washington state capitol building exterior, it houses the State Senate, House of Representatives, the office of the Governor. Located in Olympia, Washington. Photographed in horizontal format.

Just-Passed Eviction Reform Bill May Help Some Seattleites Stay off the Streets

The new legislation makes several statewide reforms