The Minimum Wage Debate: Should WA voters pass a $13.50 rate?
SEATTLE – Initiative 1433 would hike Washington’s minimum wage to $13.50 an hour by 2020. The current rate is $9.47. It would also provide up to 7 days of paid sick leave for employees.
Recently, both sides joined C.R. Douglas for a debate over the measure. Speaking in favor of I-1433 was David Rolf, head of SEIU local 775. Speaking against the measure was Anthony Anton, President of the Washington Restaurant Association.
Here are the 4-parts of that debate: