7 Ways SeaTac's New Worker-Friendly Law Will Change People's Lives

December 4, 2013

On Nov. 5, the voters of SeaTac, a small suburban community near Seattle and Tacoma, Wash., voted to provide workers for the town's larger airport-related businesses a minimum wage of $15 per hour, 63% more than the state's current minimum wage of $9.19. See seven ways the new measure would change the lives of the workers after the jump.

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