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Thumbnail for - Failing to Raise Fees on Developers Won't Lead to "Segregation"
Aug 12, 2014
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.
Thumbnail for - Guest Editorial: It's a McWedding and I'm Lovin' It
Aug 6, 2014
Working Washington's fast food policy director says franchises should pay the same minimum wage as every other big corporation.
Thumbnail for - Women’s Rights are Under Attack—But What Else is New?
Jul 2, 2014
Legal Voice director Lisa Stone on this week's Supreme Court ruling against women's reproductive rights.
Thumbnail for - Guest Op-Ed: Vote No on Permanent Metropolitan Parks District
Jun 17, 2014
Opponents of August park ballot measure say we need a more accountable parks policy.
Thumbnail for - Seattle Flirts with a Cut Your Nose to Spite Your Face Transportation Policy
May 21, 2014
In a guest op/ed, the Downtown Seattle Association's Jon Scholes argues that two Metro funding proposals are "misguided."
Thumbnail for - A Nonprofit Manager Argues Against the Immediate $15 Minimum Wage
Apr 18, 2014
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...
Thumbnail for - Support Seattle Parks with Sustainable, Dedicated Funding
Apr 16, 2014
In a guest op/ed, two parks district supporters argue that a new metropolitan parks district will create a sustainable, long-term funding source for parks in Seattle.
Thumbnail for - Why “$15 Now” Has Nothing to Do With Inflation, Productivity, or a Living Wage
Apr 15, 2014
A guest op/ed writer argues that the "15 Now" movement has nothing to do with inflation, productivity, or a "living wage."
Thumbnail for - Guest Op/Ed: For Those With Disabilities, Transit Is a Lifeline
Oct 15, 2013
Two disability activists argue that transit access isn't a privilege; it's a lifeline.
Thumbnail for - In Lesser-Known Rulings, SCOTUS Strikes Down Rules Protecting Women and Minorities
Jun 26, 2013
In a guest PubliCola op/ed, Legal Voice director Lisa Stone argues that two lesser-known Supreme Court cases this week represent a major setback for women and racial and ethnic minorities.
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