As the moratorium nears expiration, landlords prepare to sue the state to roll back pandemic housing protections.
Whether our present predicament will last months or years sidesteps important questions about capitalism.
The pandemic wrecked the economy. The protests shook the city's soul. Now Mayor Durkan is staring down a dire future.
In the state with the most regressive tax system in the country, the Seattle City Council is weighing options for taxing large corporations.
Less military gear, fewer officers, community investment. It all should be on the table.
The pandemic has shuttered restaurants and shops, many permanently. What will replace them?
The 5% decrease is a step toward closing the city's $378 million budget gap, but also less than the 50% cut protesters are demanding.
With tourism down, a new campaign seeks to help the iconic public space recover from the impacts of the coronavirus lockdown.
The measure from Councilmember Mosqueda would likely raise over $200 million annually from top-earning companies.
A state senator reflects on how to move past our current moment of upheaval.
Washington debería proveer apoyo económico para los migrantes indocumentados. Sin esa ayuda, muchos de nosotros nos enfrentamos a lo impensable.
Washington state should provide financial help for undocumented immigrants. Without it, many of us face the unthinkable.
Built around the principle of mutual aid, the Unemployed Citizens League organized to help the poor and influence local politics.
From restaurant vouchers to universal basic income, here are some ideas for jump-starting our economic recovery.
The biggest public construction project in Seattle history should have built homes, schools and parks.