2016 Media Coverage

This page contains a listing of news items featuring Puget Sound Sage.

Rebecca Saldana picked to replace D.C-bound Jayapal
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - December 19, 2016

Carbon tax could be uphill fight for Washington governor
KUOW - December 19, 2016

Pramila Jayapal’s Senate replacement raises tricky questions about race
Seattle Times - December 16, 2016

Announcement: County Council appoints Rebecca Saldaña to State Senate
International Examiner - December 15, 2016

Puget Sound Sage Director Rebecca Saldaña Wins State Senate Appointment
PubliCola - December 13, 2016

The Morning News: Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess to "Move On" in 2017, Local Examinations of "Justice"
The Stranger - December 13, 2016

Rebecca Saldaña to fill Washington state Senate seat vacated by Pramila Jayapal
Seattle Times - December 13, 2016

Rebecca Saldaña picked to replace Jayapal in State Senate
The Seattle Globalist - December 13, 2016

Council overrides grassroots Dems with Jayapal’s successor
Crosscut - December 12, 2016

Why Washington State's Carbon Tax Measure Is a False Promise for Climate Justice
Common Dreams - November 28, 2016

Washington state rejects carbon tax, but backers are undeterred
Kira 7 - November 12, 2016

Mercer Island New Seasons runs into controversy in new community
Mercer Island Reporter - November 11, 2016

Seattle voters approve I-124 to protect hotel workers
King 5 - November 9, 2016

Why Washington State's Carbon Tax Measure Is a False Promise for Climate Justice
The Stranger - 11/3/16

Guest Editorial: Initiative 732 Is a False Promise for Climate Justice
The Stranger - November 1, 2016

Panic button for hotel cleaners part of Seattle’s I-124 to protect, help housekeepers
Seattle Times - October 21, 2016

OP-ED: Proposition 1 Delivers on Equitable Development
South Seattle Emerald - October 20, 2016

The Lovers and Haters of ST3
Seattle Weekly - October 19, 2016

Hotel workers speak out on sexual harassment, support I-124
King 5 - October 11, 2016

Should Carbon Emissions Be Taxed? Washington Voters Will Decide
KUOW - October 11, 2016

Should Washington vote for a carbon tax? Bob Ferguson & Seattle taxpayers lose the week
Seattle Times - October 8, 2016

Opposition to Washington’s historic carbon tax initiative is coming from the unlikeliest of sources
Think Progress - October 6, 2016

Metro seeks public input on expanding late-night bus service
Tukwila Reporter - October 4, 2016

Metro seeks public input on expanding late night bus service
King County - October 4, 2016

Airbnb launches new campaign to fight proposed Seattle rental restrictions
My Northwest - October 4, 2016

From Ecuador to Seattle, a mother driven by belief in the right to a healthy environment
Moving Forward Network - October 3, 2016

Carbon tax would hit working people hard
Crosscut - September 21, 2016

Transit board approves 99-year ground leases
Capitol Hill Times - September 21, 2016

City Budget Should Advance Racial Equity by Investing in Communities Experiencing Displacement
PubliCola - September 20, 2016

Did you miss our “Finding Home” storytelling event?
The Seattle Globalist - September 16, 2016

Vote on nation’s first carbon tax sets off environmental justice row
Fusion - September 15, 2016

Sound Transit Three Campaign Kicks Off with Big Agenda and Nagging Footnote
PubliCola - September 14, 2016

Seattle considers limits – or taxes – on Airbnb rentals
Crosscut - August 30, 2016

Transit Board Approves Major Ground Leases For Capitol Hill Station Development
Capitol Hill Times - August 24, 2016

Seattle’s affordable housing plan is a step toward justice
Crosscut - August 18, 2016

Guest Editorial: What Reuven Carlyle Got Wrong in His Critique of ST3
The Stranger - August 17, 2016

Low Pay for Women of Color = More Clout Needed in Politics
Women’s E-News - August 16, 2016

To Fund Transit Equity, Local Advocates Turn to Ballot Initiatives
PolicyLink - August 5, 2016

Hotel Safety Summit Packs Room, Expects Win on I-124
Seattle Weekly - July 21, 2016

Seattle’s Hotel Workers Tell Stories of Pain and Sexual Harassment
The Stranger - July 21, 2016

New Council Proposal Would Ban Future Airbnb Hosts from Renting at Secondary Properties
SeattleMet - July 19, 2016

Seattle Progressives Fight Inequality: Teamsters Take On Uber
The American Prospect - July 12, 2016

How Airbnb Factors Into Seattle Displacement Concerns
Next City - July 7, 2016

Sound Transit puts $54 billion light-rail plan on ballot
The Seattle Times - June 23, 2016

Can’t find a home in Seattle? Airbnb rentals may be to blame
The Seattle Times - June 16, 2016

The Fight to Bring Hotel Housekeepers Out of the Shadows
Seattle Weekly - June 15, 2016

Proposed City Initiative Seeks to Protect Hotel Workers
The Stranger - June 14, 2016

The Seattlish - June 13, 2016

City Inside/Out: Short-Term Rentals
The Seattle Channel - June 10, 2016

Could limiting Airbnb really create more affordable housing?
KUOW - June 2, 2016

Mayor Murray and Councilmember Burgess propose new rules for short-term rentals
West Seattle Herald - June 1, 2016

Seattle may slap new rules on Airbnb to ease the rental crunch
The Seattle Times - May 31, 2016

Fighting Seattle’s “economic apartheid”
Crosscut - May 20, 2016

Confronting the Parasite Economy
The American Prospect - May 16, 2016

Central Co-op Announces Bid for New Location at Capitol Hill Light Rail Station
BusinessWire, April 24, 2016

Seattle’s new environmental justice agenda was built by the people it affects the most
Grist - April 22, 2016

How Uber Can Extend an Olive Branch to Cities
Next City - April 18, 2016

Are you part of the affordable housing problem?
Crosscut - April 11, 2016

Preventing Homelessness Before it Happens: Hearing Tonight on the $290M Housing Levy
Seattle Weekly - April 4, 2016

Racist in Seattle: What the Country Can Learn From the Region’s Shifts
Huffington Post - March 30, 2016

Need an Environmental Expert? Ask the Person Living in That Environment
Next City - March 21, 2016

How the Next Light Rail Expansion Could Bring Seattle More Affordable Housing
The Stranger - March 16, 2016

Gentrification and Climate Change Are Totally Related, Says Report
Seattle Weekly - March 15, 2016

New Report: In Seattle, Who Will Climate Change Impact First?
The Stranger - March 14, 2016

Metro says frequent service transit network is necessary for King County’s future
International Examiner - March 8, 2016

#31Days of Feminism: Rebecca Saldana
NBC News - March 6, 2016

Mayor Murray to City Council: Double Seattle housing levy to $290 million
Seattle PI - March 2, 2016

What Will It Take for Washington State to Put a Price on Carbon?
The Stranger - March 2, 2016

Seattle Lines Up Money to Help Business Owners Amid Street Project
Next City - February 29, 2016

D.C. Streetcar Debuts to Mixed Reactions
Next City - February 29, 2016

Can’t have nice things? How Capitol Hill renters can help Seattle sort out affordability
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog - February 23, 2016

Is your kid on a child care wait list? Washington is in a childcare crisis
MyNorthwest - January 7, 2016

Local Climate
Real Change - January 6, 2016

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