Scene outside of council chambers prior to an Employee Head Tax vote by Seattle City Council at City Hall in Seattle, May 14, 2018. (Photo by Matt M. McKnight/Crosscut)
Cambria Roth is a digital editor at Crosscut.
The company reversed course on Thursday, citing opposition to its plan for a new headquarters in the city.
If he can withstand the nastiness, Schultz could pull the Democratic party back from the left and force it to the center.
"When we don’t follow the law because it snows we’re still violating people’s civil rights."
A $6.9 million price tag for the storied gay club prompts nostalgia.