How will Seattle and King County collaborate on a new regional homeless authority? What’s next in the City’s push for hotel worker’s rights legislation? When will you start paying a new toll on a major Seattle thoroughfare? And who’s pushing the Trump Administration on its migrant children detention policy? Plus, say “aloha” to a cultural event coming to Seattle Center, watch an artist take over Town Hall, and learn how to help one of Seattle’s beloved parks, all here on Seattle News NOW!
Regional Homeless Authority
Hotel Worker Bills
I-99 Tolling In November
Migrant Children Lawsuit
Live Aloha Festival
Town Hall Takeover
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