by Carolyn Bick
The November sun in Seattle doesn’t stretch its lazy rays above the horizon until after 7 a.m. –– and that’s only if it’s not blotted out by grey rainclouds, as is so common in the Pacific Northwest’s autumn. And it’s in that sometimes-rainy dark that students travel to school, piling onto buses and trains that, currently, are free transportation sources for them.
But that could change, if Initiative 976 takes effect. Continue reading I-976 Could Harm Free Orca Card Program Championed by South Seattle Students