Tagged with 'Law'

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

Private SeaTac meetings legal, says AG official; Anderson disputes editorial

by Jack Mayne Committees of the SeaTac City Council can legally meet behind closed doors, despite the objections of at least one Council member and some close observers of the Council. thea The Washington... [Read more]

PODCAST: Marijuana Dispensaries ordered closed; mail thieves, more

PODCAST: Marijuana Dispensaries ordered closed; mail thieves, more

Here’s episode #10 of our SoKing News Podcast, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics and Excellence... [Read more]

SeaTac Municipal Court Law Week will run from April 27 – May 1

SeaTac Municipal Court Law Week will run from April 27 – May 1

The SeaTac Municipal Court announced the event lineup for the 4th Annual 2015 SeaTac Municipal Court Law Week, set to run April 27-May 1. This year’s festivities are again free to the public and will... [Read more]

SeaTac Municipal Court’s Law Week packed with events April 28–May 2

SeaTac Municipal Court’s Law Week packed with events April 28–May 2

The SeaTac Municipal Court released the event lineup for the 2014 SeaTac Municipal Court Law Week, happening April 28-May 2. In partnership with “Rock the Vote” and Highline Community College, this... [Read more]

O’Reilly Auto Parts to provide healthcare coverage to same-sex couples

O’Reilly Auto Parts to provide healthcare coverage to same-sex couples

by Jack Mayne O’Reilly Auto Parts has agreed to provide healthcare coverage to same-sex spouses of its employees in Washington and other states recognizing marriage equality, effective April 1 (read... [Read more]

State investigates four area O’Reilly Auto Parts stores for discrimination

State investigates four area O’Reilly Auto Parts stores for discrimination

by Jack Mayne O’Reilly Auto Parts – which runs four auto parts stores in South King County – is being investigated by the Washington State Attorney General’s Office to determine if the company... [Read more]

SeaTac man pleads ‘Not Guilty’ to killing bicyclist in Federal Way Aug. 30

SeaTac man pleads ‘Not Guilty’ to killing bicyclist in Federal Way Aug. 30

Dara Keo, a 30-year-old SeaTac man accused in a collision that killed a bicyclist in Federal Way was arraigned Thursday morning (Sept. 12) and pleaded ‘Not Guilty’ to a charge of Vehicular... [Read more]

Supreme Court denies move to remove $15 minimum wage measure from ballot

Supreme Court denies move to remove $15 minimum wage measure from ballot

by Jack Mayne On Tuesday afternoon the Washington State Supreme Court denied expedited discretionary review in an attempt by SeaTac businesses to remove the $15 per hour minimum wage bill from the November... [Read more]

Increase in SeaTac Minimum Pay will be on November ballot

Increase in SeaTac Minimum Pay will be on November ballot

by Jack Mayne The minimum wage and practices initiative in SeaTac has been ordered back onto the November election ballot just hours before the deadline. A three judge panel of the Washington Court of... [Read more]

State Appeals Court to hear appeal of Prop. 1, banned from November ballot

State Appeals Court to hear appeal of Prop. 1, banned from November ballot

This Friday afternoon (Sept. 6) the Washington State Appeals Court will hear arguments on a notice of Discretionary Review was filed on August 27 over a King County Superior Court judged ruling that the... [Read more]