Ariana Davis poses in October at the Safeway store where she works in Renton, Wash. Davis sponsored Initiative 1433, which Washington voters passed Tuesday, Nov. 8. The measure will raise the state minimum wage by roughly $4 over four years, to $13.50, and require employers to provide paid sick leave. Safeway is owned by Albertsons Companies Inc. of Boise.
Ariana Davis poses in October at the Safeway store where she works in Renton, Wash. Davis sponsored Initiative 1433, which Washington voters passed Tuesday, Nov. 8. The measure will raise the state minimum wage by roughly $4 over four years, to $13.50, and require employers to provide paid sick leave. Safeway is owned by Albertsons Companies Inc. of Boise. Ted S. Warren AP
Ariana Davis poses in October at the Safeway store where she works in Renton, Wash. Davis sponsored Initiative 1433, which Washington voters passed Tuesday, Nov. 8. The measure will raise the state minimum wage by roughly $4 over four years, to $13.50, and require employers to provide paid sick leave. Safeway is owned by Albertsons Companies Inc. of Boise. Ted S. Warren AP

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November 10, 2016 07:22 PM

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