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Seattle is the leader in worker protection laws. What can Philly learn as it considers a ‘fair workweek’?

From Philadelphia Media Network:
As Philadelphia’s City Council prepares to host a hearing Oct. 30 about its own version of Seattle’s year-old “secure-scheduling law,” known here and around the country as “fair-workweek” laws, here’s a look at what the city can learn from Seattle, thought to be a national leader in worker laws that aim to combat poverty. (Read more.)

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BREAKING POVERTY: A need to create access to jobs, training

From The Philadelphia Tribune: City officials are working with business leaders to establish or expand industry partnerships in seven opportunity industries identified by the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, including health care, retail and hospitality, early childhood education, technology services, business and financial services, construction and infrastructure, and manufacturing and logistics. (Read more.)