This is a huffingtonpost.com article.
It’s the first major city to pull funds from a bank for financing the controversial project.
The ordinance, approved Tuesday, instructs the city to cut ties with Wells Fargo when its contract expires in 2018. The bank manages the city’s accounts, processing about $3 billion annually. According to Wells Fargo, Seattle’s accounts with the bank hold an average of $10 million.
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