In July, the Seattle City Council unanimously approved a city income tax, which could help ease the burden on low-income earners. Assuming the bill passes legal muster—and there's a chance it won't—here's how it will work.
Is a proposed sales tax a regressive hit on working people, or the only way out of the state budget crisis? And what about an income tax? We asked activist Dorli Rainey (anti sales tax) to debate the lefty Washington Budget & Policy Center (pro) for this
The latest version of city council member Nick Licata's resolution supporting the Occupy Seattle/Occupy Wall Street movement commits the city to reviewing its banking practices, considering new restrictions on city contractors, and possibly asking the sta