Isaiah Day, a Spokane restaurant worker, was featured in a recent report on the need for living wages.
A single, unmarried worker in Washington state needs a wage of $16.13 an hour to make ends meet, according to an organization that studies the so-called living wage level around the country.
Two adults who have two children would need to earn $29.42 an hour, according to a report from the Alliance for a Just Society.
The alliance is a coalition of eight state-based community organizations, including the Washington Community Action Network. Full story. Mike Prager, SR
If Washington's minimum wage of $9.19 an hour falls short what does this say about Idaho's minimum wage?