|NON UNION BOEING EMPLOYEE DEFINED BENEFIT PENSIONS|
ARE GOING AWAY
March 07, 2014
(MONROE, WA) -- First it was Boeing's blue collar workers. They were the canary in the coal mine. They blinked on the heretofore sacred defined benefit pension issue.
Ten days later State Sen. Doug Ericksen, R-Ferndale had the pensions of Washington State workers in mind when he announced plans to introduce legislation that would be the crack in the door to eventually get rid of all state worker defined pension plans in favor of 401k plans.
Now the rest of Boeing's work force will get to travel down the 401k highway.
|A PACKED HOUSE IN SEATTLE IN FIGHT TO RAISE MINIMUM WAGE|
March 06, 2014
(SEATTLE, WA) -- It was a pretty packed house in Seattle Wednesday night as Seattle City council members hosted a Town Hall meeting to get input from the public about raising the minimum wage in Seattle to $15.00.
The state minimum wage is currently $9.32 an hour.
|MISSING FEDERAL WAY MAN'S CAR FOUND ABANDONED IN OREGON|
March 05, 2014
(FEDERAL WAY, WA) -- Police do not know how it got there or why but the car of a missing Federal Way man has been found abandoned in Oregon.
But no sign of its owner.
Adam L. Standridge, who went missing over the weekend has yet to be found but his 2012 Dodge Avenger was found at an I-5 rest area north of Albany, Oregon Tuesday afternoon with the doors locked and no one inside or around.
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