The Stranger: State Supreme Court Upholds SeaTac's Minimum Wage Law

The Stranger, 8/20/2015:

According to Working Washington, because of the ongoing court battle, about 4,700 people working for airline contractors, cargo handlers, rental car companies, and other businesses in the airport were not being paid the higher minimum wage or given paid sick leave, which is also included in the law. By Working Washington's calculations, that totals about $15 million in lost wages and benefits.

The group highlights what that can mean for low-wage workers…