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….
The Billionaire Bonanza: 5 Things You Need To Know About The Inequality Gap There are now 2,043 dollar billionaires worldwide. Nine out of 10 of them are men. In 12 months, the wealth of this elite group of 2,043 has increased by $762 billion — enough to end extreme poverty seven times over. In the […]
Hosted by noted journalist Sarah Jaffe, a leading writer and commentator on social movements and low-wage work, “On the Edge” is a chance to hear real stories from the lives of poverty-wage workers who are rising up from the edge of our economy to bring their experiences squarely to the center of public debate about […]