Did you see this? National anti-worker lobby groups like the National Restaurant Association and the Koch Brothers had private getaways to discuss minimum wage ballot measures — including Washington’s Initiative 1433.
Washington’s Secretary of State Kim Wyman admits she was there, and it’s clear our minimum wage ballot measure was literally on the agenda.
Everyone involved insists that nothing inappropriate happened.
But here’s the funny thing: these folks never go on vacation with *us*.
We’ll admit we kinda like that being the voice for workers in Washington State doesn’t help you get on the Koch brother invite list.
But it’s also a reminder of what workers are up against.
Here’s the good news: you don’t need to go on vacation with a Koch Brother to make a difference. All you need to do is become a contributing member of Working Washington.
Will you become a member by chipping in $15.00 today to make sure we have the base of support we need to become the strongest possible voice for workers in Washington State?