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AME A POLICY SUPPORTED BY A DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENtial candidate this year and odds are good it’s been passed into law in Seattle. The Emerald City has approved a $15 minimum wage (which Elizabeth Warren calls for); unveiled a domestic workers’ bill of rights (like the one Kamala Harris wants); and voted to tax the rich (a Bernie Sanders–backed

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