The University of Washington Evans School for Public Policy and Governance has completed the first round of a study of the effect of a rise in the minimum wage in Seattle, Washington. This inventive study followed two steps. In the first step, immediately after the
Political campaigns in the modern era commonly use demographic targeting to conserve resources, appealing to certain portions of the population and largely writing off others: J. Brian O’Day explains: The point of targeting is to determine which subsets of the voting population are most likely
Emma Kaplan of World Can’t Wait announces a post-election political demonstration in Seattle, Washington at 5:30 pm at the corner of 4th and Pine on Westlake. Excerpts from her call articulate the mixed feelings and unease of progressive Americans: All of us living in this
Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?