The Seattle festival's organizers argue that banning signs referring to state-licensed cannabusinesses violates the state and federal constitutions.
The legislation is far from perfect, but does move the city in the right direction.
Institute for Justice to city: Show probable cause, guys.
Booming Construction and Falling Rents in Seattle and Portland Show Laws of Supply and Demand Still Apply to Housing
Despite the claims of NIMBY activists, cities can build their way out of a housing crunch
Seattle's Amazon Tax Was Going to Raise $20 Million For Affordable Housing. Now the City is Getting Sued for $40 Million for Stopping a Housing Project.
The city's attempt to save the famed Showbox music venue has predictably resulted in a lawsuit.
Seattle's Socialist City Council Member Thinks Housing Is a Human Right—Unless it Comes at the Expense of Music Venues
Khsama Sawant is doing everything in her power to kill a 442-unit apartment project because it would replace an iconic concert hall.
The baseball team says it will only sign a long-term lease to remain at Safeco Field if the county ponies up.
The latest environmental craze claims another victory.
Advocates hope a straw ban will be the first step toward broader plastic prohibitions.
Employee head taxes are enjoying an undeserved popularity.
Tax proponents folded rather than defend the tax from a increasingly popular voter initiative to repeal the tax.
The city's leftists are becoming increasingly unhinged in the face of broad resistance to a tax on hours worked.
City officials seem dedicated to driving away the businesses that create prosperity.
Business and labor join forces to oppose an employee head tax.
Violators are required to take classes to reduce racial bias.
Yikes! New Seattle Bike Lanes Were Supposed to Cost $860k per Mile. Some Are Costing $13 Million Instead.
Yet another Seattle transit project goes off the rails.
Many libertarians like the idea of charging drivers tolls to smooth out traffic flows, but much depends on how the idea is implemented.
Another transit project's costs go off the rails.
Unfortunately, that's not all it's doing.
Similar taxes in other cities have led to lost jobs and without bringing in the expected revenue.
Seattle's vouchers, passed to give outsiders a leg up, instead act as campaign welfare for well-established candidates.
That is the definition of throwing the baby out with the bath water.