Just last week the final tally came in on SeaTac’s proposition 1. The “ayes” have it.
So the sky must be falling, right? Afterall, opponents of the biggest campaign the City of SeaTac has ever seen have been claiming for months that businesses would close shop, employees would lose their jobs, and airlines would move their business away from SeaTac.
Wrong. Despite these claims, business appears to be booming at SeaTac airport….
Working Washington is reporting: Seattle fast food workers have joined with workers from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles to call for a first-ever nationwide fast food strike. Their goal: $15 an hour and the right to organize without retaliation. There’s never been anything like this before. Join us at 4:00 pm Aug, 29 […]
White House Strongly Supports DISCLOSE Act “The Obama Administration strongly came out on Monday for the DISCLOSE (Democracy is Strengthened by Casting Light on Spending in Elections) Act, which would require enhanced disclosures on TV and radio political advertising. It was a case of the White House supporting a bill supported by another Whitehouse, Sen. […]
Bring the Fight to the Banks Week of Action Schedule Hosted by Occupy Seattle Peacefully [The suffix “Peacefully” is necessary to thwart the Black Bloc from engaging in violence — aka “diversity of tactics” — that would harm the cause.] This will be a NON VIOLENT/ NON VANDALISTIC week of actions. July 13th through July […]