A new study by University of Washington economists suggests that Seattle’s aggressive increases in the minimum wage have led to fewer hours for low-wage workers. Read about the study on the Oregon Prosperity Project website.
After months of negotiation, the Legislature passed an eight-year transportation plan that will invest nearly $3 billion in our roads and bridges and hundreds of millions in transit, safe routes to schools, electric vehicles, and more.
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