New York City’s new $17.22 minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers is starting to have the desired effect. Politico first reported that following both Uber and Lyft have “quietly” stopped accepting new drivers in the city, citing the higher wages for cabbies. But the law is being seen as not only a win for the […]
Seattle housing affordability advocates have been working on some common sense reforms, including one that would allow accessory dwelling units, like granny flats, in single-family neighborhoods. But even that modest change is encountering resistance from some homeowners. And ironically they're drawing strength from the state's environmental laws.