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After City Finding, Why Is Shell Allowed to Dock at Port?

The city completed an inspection of the rig today.

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Morning Fizz

Bagshaw Likely to Face Progressive Challenger from Tech Industry; Plus Neighborhood Conservation Districts

Caffeinated news featuring new candidates and old neighborhoods

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Morning Fizz

A Packed Port Hearing and a Packed Candidate Forum

Caffeinated news featuring commissioners and candidates

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Afternoon Jolt

Gregoire Cannot Attend Tomorrow's Big Port Meeting

Port commissioner Courtney Gregoire, a potential antiShell vote, will not be at tomorrow's meeting.

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Morning Fizz

Black Women's Lives Matter

Caffeinated news featuring a weekend march, Friday appointments, an upcoming Port vote, and last month's fundraising

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Morning Fizz

Defending Shell Lease, Maritime Industry Sends Angry Letter to Mayor Murray

Caffeinated news featuring letters and endorsements

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Morning Fizz

Murray Versus the Port, Part 2

Caffeinated news featuring Okamoto's speech, Murray's stormy speech, and the fourth alternative

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Morning Fizz

Murray Uses City Authority to Halt Shell Oil

Caffeinated news featuring Murray vs. Shell, Okamoto plus council, and a peaceful protest

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Afternoon Jolt

Afternoon Jolt: City to Scrutinize Shell Deal at Port

Democrats put GOP on the spot, and city puts Port of Seattle on the spot.

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This Washington

Isn't It Weird ... Who Supposedly Supports the Cherry Point Coal Terminal?

Something weird we noticed about the response to yesterday's PSRC report on the Cherry Point coal terminal.

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On Other Blogs Today

On Other Blogs Today: Socialist Candidate for City Council, Higher Salaries for Port Commissioners, and More

Our daily roundup.

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On Other Blogs Today

On Other Blogs Today: Dope, Dancing, and Divorce

Our daily roundup.

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On Other Blogs

On Other Blogs Today: Good News for Bikes, Bad News for Transit

Our daily roundup.

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On Other Blogs

On Other Blogs Today: Building Smaller, Driving Less

Our daily roundup.

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City Hall

Council Approves Sonics Arena; Licata and Conlin Vote No, Port Raises Concerns

The city council passes arena legislation; the Port (and two council members) dissent.

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2012 Election

Candidates in 36th Spar Over Coal

Noel Frame, one of two Democratic candidates for state rep in the 36th District, accuses her opponent, Gael Tarleton, of refusing to take a position on a proposal to ship coal through Washington State.

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Jolt

Tuesday Jolt (or Not): The Port

The day's winners and losers.

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City

Extra Fizz: Yoshitani Says Suing the Port is an Option

Yoshitani hits back.

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City

Yoshitani's Outside Gig Would Violate Congressional Rules

Yoshitani's Expeditors' compensation out of whack with Congressional standards.

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On Other Blogs

On Other Blogs Today: Buses, Charters, the Port, and More

Our daily roundup.

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