Related Program: The Record Listeners Weigh In On $15 Minimum Wage Debate By Steve Scher, Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Apr 11, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Credit Flickr/401 (K) 2012 (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 16:13 Steve Scher and Ross Reynolds talk with guests and listeners about raising the minimum wage in Seattle to $15. Guests include Gea Bassett, owner of Green Cleaning Seattle Eco-Maid Services, and Matt Galvin, co-owner of Pagliacci Pizza. Tags: minimum wagegovernmentEd Murrayincome inequalityTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content 'It's Complicated:' A Small Business And Its Employees Struggle With Minimum Wage Debate By Deborah Wang • Mar 13, 2014 KUOW Photo/Deb Wang Listen Listening... / 6:13 The push to raise the minimum wage in Seattle was just a campaign slogan last fall. But now it's on a fast track. Mayor Ed Murray has said that he will propose a minimum wage increase this spring. But many of the people who would be affected are just starting to assess the costs and benefits. Kshama Sawant On Why It's Time For Socialism In Seattle By Rachel Solomon • Apr 17, 2014 KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 54:22 Kshama Sawant is the first socialist on Seattle’s City Council. Last year, she ran on a campaign platform of raising the minimum wage to $15, taxing the wealthy and rent control. She spoke with The Stranger’s Charles Mudede about why now is the time for socialism in Seattle. This talk was recorded at Town Hall on March 18, 2014. The Latest On The Minimum Wage Debate By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Mar 18, 2014 From Dominic Holden's Twitter account. Listen Listening... / 8:17 Marcie Sillman talks with Dominic Holden, associate editor at The Stranger about the very latest on the minimum wage debate in Seattle. Seattle Minimum Wage Activists Prepare To Fight Against ‘Swiss Cheese’ Plan By Deborah Wang • Mar 4, 2014 KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 5:16 Residents of Seattle should know in the next few months whether low-wage workers in the city will get a raise. Mayor Ed Murray is hoping to unveil a proposal by late spring that would increase the minimum wage in the city to as much as $15 an hour.