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Author Houser, Erik, author

Title $15 now?! combat and collaboration in Seattle's historic minimum wage debate (A) / Erik Houser, Craig Thomas, Stephen Page
Published London : University of Washington, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, 2017
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Summary Seattle mayor Ed Murray had formed an Income Inequality Advisory Committee, a group of two dozen diverse stakeholders across the city, for the purpose of negotiating a deal to raise the minimum wage to $15 dollars an hour. Though he came close to finalizing a deal, it fell apart the night before a press conference was scheduled to announce a victory. Mayor Murray needed to balance the goals of each interest group on his committee to salvage a deal on the minimum wage
Notes Originally Published InHouser, E., Thomas, C., & Page, S. (2013). $15 Now?! Combat and Collaboration in Seattle's Historic Minimum Wage Debate. Seattle, WA: Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, University of Washington
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Subject Murray, Edward B., 1955-
Debates and debating -- Political aspects -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Case studies.
Minimum wage -- Law and legislation -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Case studies.
Minimum wage -- Social aspects -- Washington (State) -- Seattle -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Page, Stephen, active 2019, author
Thomas, Craig W. (Associate professor of political science), author
ISBN 152647865X
9781526478658 (ebook)