Seattle is hoping to minimize interference and harassment against those seeking care in wake of the Supreme Court undoing protections over abortions.
Not all of Seattle businesses were paying hazard pay for workers, which the grocers' alliance cited as a reason for ending the mandate.
The Council is expected to vote this week on extending hazard pay for grocery workers and capping delivery fees.
Yamaguchi has been replaced by Greg Wong, the city's interim director of the Department of Neighborhoods.
The new measure prohibits police from arresting people on warrants issued in other cities, or aiding in investigations related to seeking or performing abortions.
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Several community organizations will share revenue from the JumpStart tax to create affordable housing for low-income people and those experiencing homelessness.
The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce had challenged the city's tax on businesses with at least $7 million in annual payroll.
The proposed measure would require protesters to stay at least 8 feet away from anyone seeking abortion care at a facility.
Public safety and affordability are key issues in the race to represent South King County.