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Stories for Nov. 14, 2008
A forum on the financial crisis settles some jitters about what lies ahead but leaves more questions than answers.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
A breakfast meeting the other morning sponsored by Real Change sounded a lot like a rally to dump Mayor Greg Nickels and, for that matter, much of the Seattle City Council.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The City Council has decided not to pursue a more aggressive program of inspecting rental housing.READ MORE COMMENT NOW