Oct 13, 2014

Reinvigorating America's Social Contract

Earlier this year, voters in the town of SeaTac, WA, home to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, narrowly-approved a ballot measure to increase the local minimum wage to $15.00 per hour.

The measure received national attention not only because of the significant wage level benchmark that it set, but also because of subsequent legal challenges now before the Washington Supreme Court. These court battles underscore an intense and growing divide between worker and more conventional business interests.

Read the Op Ed here.