Advocates, working people urge Washington Senate to pass sick and safe leave

Advocates from business, domestic violence prevention, senior citizen services, organized labor and workers from the retail, restaurant and grocery industry came together last week to urge the Washington State Senate to pass paid sick and safe leave.

Panelists

  • Monica Bryant, grocery worker
  • Traci Underwood, Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • Boris Popovic, Main Street Alliance of Washington

Panelists

  • Walt Bowen, Washington Senior Lobby
  • Susan Hedman, Macy’s worker
  • Adrienne Thompson, PTE Local 17
  • Marilyn Watkins, Economic Opportunity Institute

Panelists

  • Steve Segal, WFSE Local 443
  • Dionne Foster, Restaurant worker

Via Washington Work and Family Coalition

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