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Sage Announces New Leadership for 2015!Puget Sound Sage is excited to announce a new Executive Director for 2015: Rebecca Saldana, current Deputy Director, will replace David West, who is moving on to new projects after eight years as the ED of Sage. [read more]

Sage's Executive Director, David West to Step Down in 2014After more than seven years of serving as executive director of Puget Sound Sage, David West is leaving the organization at the end of 2014 to explore new opportunities. [read more]

Between a Rock and a Hard PlaceEarly childhood education in King County is among the most expensive in the nation, becoming more and more unaffordable for our region?s families. Although child care can cost over $10,000 a year per child, the typical child care worker in King County earns poverty-level wages between $23,000 and ... [read more]

Who are Seattle's Tipped Workers?The $15-an-hour minimum wage in Seattle has been focused on a debate over tipped workers, who according to our analysis, comprise of less than 10% of workers who earn below $15 an hour. In this policy brief, we shine a spotlight on all tipped workers in Seattle, so that city elected officials ... [read more]


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Unions ask City Attorney to Separate Pre-K Funding MeasuresPublicola

Who’s afraid of Rainier Beach?The Seattle Globalist

Minimum wage: A coordinated effort to deceive the public on downsides The Seattle Times

Metro’s fairness tool comes under fire in the debate over how to cut transit serviceReal Change