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….
It was a cold night. A fine sleet pelted me as I walked down Seneca towards town to do some last minute shopping. Walking on the north side of the street, I approached 6th Avenue where cars came roaring off the freeway. I wasn’t paying much attention as I looked straight ahead, hoping to make […]
According to All Income Growth is Going to the Richest 1 Percent of Washingtonians : It’s time for policymakers in Washington state to take steps to reverse decades of widening economic disparities that threaten broad prosperity, now that it has again been shown that all income growth since 2009 continues to flow to the wealthiest […]
Despite some pundits making light of the immediate effects of sequestration, the pain will soon be very real to our nation’s most vulnerable. Sharon Parrott, for the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonprofit research group laid it out in stark terms: “In fact, sequestration will have a real impact on Americans across the […]