Daily Clips: August 17th, 2016

Crazy story of the day: A drunken racist brutally murders a Lebanese man. And America hardly blinks.

Breitbart chief now the head of Trump’s campaign

I-1491 (Extreme Risk Protection Orders) has over 60% support: The WA ballot initiative is looking in very good shape as we approach Labor Day.

Secure scheduling gets strong support in Seattle: Workers from REI and Starbucks spoke “passionately on behalf of a “secure scheduling” proposal last night – a good sign for the proposed law which intends to protect Seattle workers “from erratic schedules.”

How America grew…unequal: Two new books look at American inequality and argue that “the engine of economic growth was not investment by the few, but consumption by the many.”

Nick Cassella

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