News roundup: secure scheduling, minimum wage, SODO arena

Happy April Fools’ Day!  Not much in the news this morning, but some interesting coverage of secure scheduling and of the fight for a $15 minimum wage.

The Stranger covers a survey released by Working Washington looking at how many hourly workers have issues with unpredictable scheduling.

The New Yorker has an article on Council member Kshama Sawant’s fight for a $15 minimum wage ad how it has turned into a national campaign.

Puget Sound Business Journal has an interview with former Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn in which he defends the SODO Arena deal.

West Seattle Blog previews a presentation to the Council this morning that unpacks property tax bills.