Thu November 7, 2013
Minimum Wage Hike on the Ballot in Seattle Suburb
One of the interesting ballot measures to go before voters outside of California on Tuesday was one that proposed to increase the minimum wage for certain workers in a small town near the Seattle airport, by a little more than $5 per hour. It’s an issue that is being closely watched by Living Wage advocates locally and across the country. To get an update on it, KRCB News Director Bruce Robinson spoke with George Erb, the editor of the Puget Sound Business Journal in Seattle.