Last November, the Seattle City Council approved a decision agenda that includes consideration in 2016 of upzones for every neighborhood in Seattle. But City Councilmember Michael O’Brien has gone one step further.
“Listen,” my friend Claudia said last month when we were
sitting around in her living room. “What you and Larry have is rare. My God, you still hold hands.”
Washington lawmakers have put basic education funding on the
back burner this legislative session because there is now a seemingly
more pressing issue facing the state: a new rule that allows transgender
people to use the bathroom of their choice.