3 crazy policies brewing in Seattle

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Four years have passed since the chaotic summer of 2020, when lawless “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ) activists took over 14 city blocks in Seattle. That doesn’t mean that crazy ideas have stopped brewing in the Pacific Northwest.  

Although national headlines may no longer be dominated by the CHAZ encampment’s drug use, violence and attacks on police officers, three troubling trends are percolating in Seattle with potentially catastrophic economic ramifications. 

First, ignoring the concerns of the business community, Seattle’s progressive City Council passed an unwise law forcing delivery platforms like DoorDash and Uber Eats to pay delivery drivers over $26 per hour.  

Just as people grew tired of CHAZ in the summer of 2020, Seattle residents are losing confidence in their elected officials. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Dubbed the “PayUp” ordinance, that mandate translates

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