The Seattle City Council is just about wrapped up with its 2020 budget, and it’s now considering a minimum wage for drivers who work for companies like Uber and Lyft. The State Supreme Court has upheld Seattle’s controversial “first-in-time” rental law, and there’s another legal battle over I-976. Plus, an ethnic art exhibition, and the kickoff of holiday traditions from Seattle Center to the waters of Puget Sound, all here on Seattle News NOW!
More information:
Budget Deliberations Continue

Click to access 4199_A_Select_Budget_Committee_19-11-19_Committee_Agenda.pdf

Uber Minimum Wage?

Court Upholds Renter Law

Click to access 958131.pdf

I-976 Impact

Brighter Future
http://www.seattle.gov/ethnic-art-gallery

Winterfest
http://www.seattlecenter.com/events/featured-events/winterfest

Christmas Ships

More info on Seattle News Now 11/21/2019

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