Darrion Sjoquist

former barista

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Former barista at Starbucks who helped fight for the "secured schedule" law in Seattle

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The $15 hourly minimum wage got its start in Seattle. Now the city has taken a new step for part-time, low-wage workers who have to be on call whenever they're needed.

Seattle passes new scheduling rules to protect hourly workers

The $15 hourly minimum wage got its start in Seattle. Now the city has taken a new step for part-time, low-wage workers who have to be on call whenever they're needed.

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