Monthly Archives: March 2015

  • And so it begins… With April fast approaching we are seeing people start to argue, again, about the effect of the $15 minimum wage for Seattle and the impact that it will have on employers’ ability to hire.  Now, let’s get one thing straight. The argument often being made is that fewer people will have […]

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  • Legislative District Town Halls: This week marked the halfway point for the current session of the Washington State Legislature. So far this session, the legislature has been busy addressing fundamental priorities including transportation and education to name a few. Tomorrow, many Senators and Representatives in King County will be holding town hall meetings to report […]

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  • Join your state legislators this Saturday March 14 for town hall meetings located across King County. Take this opportunity to hear about the issues before the legislature and ask questions to your State Senator and Representatives. Information on each scheduled district town hall can be found below. 1st Legislative District: Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, Rep. Luis […]

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  • LONG-FUSE RUNS OUT FOR SEATTLE CITY COUNCIL   There is a term, “long-fuse politics,” recently used in a Seattle Times guest column by Richard S. Davis in which he calls for Governor Jay Inslee to remove an archaic executive mandate on Low Carbon Fuel Standards. Perhaps unknowingly providing the most appropriate descriptor for statewide politics […]

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