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posted Friday, October 25, 2019 - Volume 47 Issue 43


HILLARY & CHELSEA:'GUTSY WOMEN' IN SEATTLE

HILLARY & CHELSEA 'GUTSY WOMEN' IN SEATTLE

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Lesbian, Gay, Bi youth twice as likely to experience depression, new study finds
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

The rate of depression among straight teens has fallen over the last two decades, but that for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi youth remained about the same. In fact, LGB youth are twice as likely to experience depression as their straight counterparts.

That's the verdict of a new study
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Amazon employees rebel against company's attempt to buy City Council election
by Mike Andrew - SGN Staff Writer

About 200 Amazon employees rallied in downtown Seattle in front of the company's iconic Spheres on October 24 to protest Amazon's attempt to buy influence in Seattle city politics.

On October 15 the marketing mega-corporation announced it was dropping more than $1 million into
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Vote: APPROVE I-1000 / R-88
by Matt Landers - Public Policy & Government Relations Director
Greater Seattle Business Association

One of GSBA's top advocacy priorities for many years has been to increase opportunities for minority and underrepresented businesses to compete for public contracts. One of the principal targets of that work was to undo
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VOTE NO ON I-976
GSBA strongly endorses a NO vote on Initiative 976

The idea of $30 car tabs sounds appealing, but the cost will be too much for our state. All parts of Washington are growing, and some of the biggest frustrations are around commute times and transportation, which will all get significantly worse if I-976 passes this Novem
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Three tough questions for Jim Pugel running for Seattle City Council District 7
by MK Scott - SGN Contributing Writer

As a resident of District 7, I care what happens in my community. I was really interested in chatting with former interim Police Chief Jim Pugel after hearing him speak at the recent GSBA Candidate forum and how different he was to his opponent, Andrew Lewis. I had to reach to him personally
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At House Judiciary Committee hearing, Jayapal calls on Trump administration officials to fight foreign interference in the 2020 election
WASHINGTON, DC (October 22, 2019) - At today's House Judiciary Committee hearing on US election security, US Rep. Pramila Jayapal, co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, called on senior Trump administration officials to fight foreign interference in the 2020 election.

Cyber actors affiliated with the Russian governm
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Jayapal, Pascrell & colleagues call for action on refugees
WASHINGTON, DC (October 23, 2019) - US Reps. Pramila Jayapal (WA-07) and Bill Pascrell, Jr. (NJ-09) led more than 50 House colleagues in writing to President Donald Trump to blast the Trump administration's decision to set American refugee admissions for fiscal year (FY) 2020 at just 18,000, a further drop from the already historically low f more
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The 24th annual Hopelink Reaching Out Luncheon (with a little help from Queen Latifah) raises $1.15 million
by MK Scott - SGN Contributing Writer

This was my third year attending the luncheon and with past headliners like Dr. Jill Biden, and Dr. Tererai Trent this event is truly inspiring.

Now in its 24th year, Hopelink's Reaching Out Luncheon (Monday, October 21st) is the premier fundraising gathering on the Eastside
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Communities across Washington prepare to commemorate the 2020 suffrage centennial
TACOMA (October 23, 2019) - Along with the Washington State Women's Commission and the Women's History Consortium, the Washington State Historical Society is providing local groups with funding to recognize and celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Congress recognizing women's right to vote in America. Through several rounds of grant applicati more
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Fourth Mississippi city enacts comprehensive LGBTQ-inclusive nondiscrimination protections
HOLLY SPRINGS, Miss. (October 18, 2019) - Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, hailed Holly Springs Mayor Kelvin Buck and the Board of Aldermen for enacting citywide nondiscrimination protections that include sexual orientation and gender id more
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Buy union-made candy this Halloween
Pride at Work - Special to the SGN

Halloween might be scary, but what's really terrifying is the thought of a country without unions.

No 40-hour week. No weekends. No vacations. No family leave. No paid sick days. No minimum wage. No health and safety rules. And - especially frightening for people of color, wo
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One in five LGBT people in the US live in poverty
LOS ANGELES (October 22, 2019) - A new study by the Williams Institute at UCLA School of Law finds that 21.6% of LGBT people in the US experience poverty, compared to 15.7% of cisgender straight people. Among LGBT people, poverty rates differ by sexual orientation and gender identity, with transgender people and cisgender bisexual women faring t more
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Transgender Law Center comments on SCOTUS hearing Editor:

We know that it's wrong for a boss to fire someone because of who they are - to say 'you can't work here because you're transgender.' Yet that's what Aimee Stephens's boss told her, in one of three LGBT cases being argued today [Tuesday, October 8, 2019] before the
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