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Oppose Fast Track and TPP Actions -- Seattle City Councilman O’Brien’s resolution to oppose Fast Track goes before the full council for a vote on Monday, March 30th. As a follow up to our Thursday press conference at City Hall, we need to continue to gather signatures on the attached letter supporting Councilmember O’Brien’s Fast Track/TPP resolution.
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Seattle's Minimum Wage Campaign

UWTV's Inside Outlook recently took a look at the minimum wage issue. Panelists included David Freiboth, Charles Mudede, Marieka Klawitter, Paul Guppy, and Howard Wright.

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