Tell Seattle City Council: “No delay, pass paid sick days today!”

Click here to tell the Seattle City Council: "Paid sick days - no delay - yes today!"

Our hard work is finally paying off. The Seattle City Council’s HHSHC Committee is set to vote on the popular paid sick days ordinance supported by dozens of local businesses and more than 75 local faith, community, and labor organizations.

Now, with the end in sight, our corporate opponents are pulling out all the stops, attempting to delay and kill the bill with backroom deals, poison pill amendments and other tactics.

To beat them back, we need an outpouring of public support. Here’s how you can help:

First: Sign this petition telling the City Council: “No delay – pass paid sick days today.” With each signature, every City Council member gets an email. So be sure to ask five of your friends to sign the petition, too!

Second: Join us to rally at City Hall Plaza on Wednesday, August 10th, at 1:30pm. This is a big day — the Council committee is slated to vote on the paid sick days bill at 2:00 PM.

Tell our City Council that corporate America doesn’t speak for Seattleplease sign this petition to tell the City Council to pass paid sick days.

Thank you so much for your support!

About seattlehealthyworkforce

The Seattle Coalition for a Healthy Workforce is a diverse coalition of businesses, faith-based, labor, family, and community groups. We’re working to ensure everyone has paid sick days, so we can all have safer food, healthier families and more productive workplaces.
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