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Afternoon Editorial

Proactive Renaissance

Iterative planning is not an option if Seattle wants to succeed in the future.

  • By Jon Scholes
  • Published 02/09/2016

Guest Opinion

Trans Women Are Women. Period.

The legislature's priority should be protection, not discrimination.

  • By Danni Askini
  • Published 01/29/2016

Opinion

A City Hall Skeptic Likes the Name Changes at City Hall

Assessing the Latino Bloc at City Hall.

  • By Roger Valdez
  • Published 01/04/2016

Guest Opinion

Let's Move Seattle: 10 Reasons People Are Voting Yes

An affordable, accountable, equitable investment in our transportation system.

  • By Shefali Ranganathan
  • Published 10/12/2015

Guest Opinion

Seattle's Liberal Comfort Zone Exposed

What happened at Westlake was very Seattle.

  • By Roger Valdez
  • Published 08/11/2015

Opinion

It's Time to Fact-Check the RHA's Stance on Housing Issues

City council candidate Lisa Herbold's housing affordability platform includes allowing Seattle to make local decisions about rent control.

  • By Lisa Herbold
  • Published 08/07/2015

Opinion

And We DISLIKE Lisa Herbold's Spin on Rent Control

A guest editorial from the Rental Housing Association of Washington

  • By Sean Martin
  • Published 08/05/2015

Afternoon Jolt

Suprise! Support for Zoning Changes Now Running Even with Anticipated Negative Backlash

Judging from emails to the mayor, support for zoning changes is trending

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 07/10/2015

Opinion

A Social Justice Urbanism

Sierra Club leaders outline affordable housing platform

  • By Jesse Piedfort, Robert Cruickshank, and Bonnie Gail
  • Published 06/25/2015

Opinion

We Don't Need Rent Control

The city already has price controls in place along with other affordable housing programs and tools we can expand or use for affordable housing.

  • By Roger Valdez
  • Published 05/06/2015

Opinion

A Linkage Fee for an Affordable and Just Seattle

Low-income advocates make the case against de facto segregation.

  • By Ubax Gardheere and Lauren Craig
  • Published 03/27/2015

Opinion

The 52 Percent

Why aren't there any renters on the city council?

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 10/30/2014

Guest Op/Ed

Creating High Quality Preschool

Here's why the Seattle YMCA and Washington state Head Start support Prop. 1B.

  • By Bob Gilbertson and Joel Ryan
  • Published 10/09/2014

Opinion

The Evolution of Mike O'Brien

Green Mike O'Brien and Blue Ed Murray, supposed political rivals, are meeting in the turquoise middle.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 10/08/2014

Opinion

Failing to Raise Fees on Developers Won't Lead to "Segregation"

Smart Growth Seattle's Roger Valdez argues that Seattle's affordable housing policy won't lead to racial "segregation" as some low-income housing advocates have said.

  • By Roger Valdez
  • Published 08/12/2014

Opinion

Guest Editorial: It's a McWedding and I'm Lovin' It

Working Washington's fast food policy director says franchises should pay the same minimum wage as every other big corporation.

  • By Sejal Parikh
  • Published 08/06/2014

Opinion

Women’s Rights are Under Attack—But What Else is New?

Legal Voice director Lisa Stone on this week's Supreme Court ruling against women's reproductive rights.

  • By Lisa Stone
  • Published 07/02/2014

Opinion

Guest Op-Ed: Vote No on Permanent Metropolitan Parks District

Opponents of August park ballot measure say we need a more accountable parks policy.

  • By Don Harper and Carol Fisher
  • Published 06/17/2014

Opinion

Seattle Flirts with a Cut Your Nose to Spite Your Face Transportation Policy

In a guest op/ed, the Downtown Seattle Association's Jon Scholes argues that two Metro funding proposals are "misguided."

  • By Jon Scholes
  • Published 05/21/2014

Opinion

A Nonprofit Manager Argues Against the Immediate $15 Minimum Wage

Sylvia Fuerstenberg, director of The Arc of King County, a group that advocates for the rights of people in King County with intellectual and developmental disabilities, argues against proposals to immediately implement a $15 minimum wage in Seattle.

  • By Sylvia Fuerstenberg
  • Published 04/18/2014
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