SEEKING JUSTICE TOGETHER.

We envision a Washington State in which every person enjoys full human rights and economic opportunities.

2023 LEGISLATIVE SESSION

Working to dismantle and transform the systems that perpetuate poverty and injustice.

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Our focus is on big, systemic change. We do this through two main advocacy areas. Visit our About Us page to learn more, or explore our Advocacy Issues.

Impact Litigation

Policy Reform

Legislative Update: Spotlight on the “Slavery Loophole”

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Weekly legislative update. ...Read More

Top 10 Countdown

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What's on the agenda this legislative session?

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A snip it of what's to come in the 2023 legislative session....Read More
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Legislative Update: Spotlight on the “Slavery Loophole”

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Top 10 Countdown

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What's on the agenda this legislative session?

Protect Overtime Pay for Farm Workers

Oppose Senate Bill 5476, this bill would rollback overtime pay for farm workers.

Ta’afulisia v. Department of Children. Youth & Families

Green Hill School has been transferring young people in its custody to adult prisons with no warning, process, or opportunity to challenge their transfers. These transfers take cruel advantage of the likelihood these young people won’t be able to seek justice for themselves.

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Student Loan Reform

Creating higher education and employment opportunities through student loan reform.

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City of Seattle v. Steven Long

A King County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of a Seattle vehicle resident whose home was impounded by the City, marking a significant win for the rights of individuals who live in their vehicles.

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Benefits for Undocumented Individuals in Relation to COVID-19

Benefits resource guide for undocumented individuals during COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ta’afulisia v. Department of Children. Youth & Families

Green Hill School has been transferring young people in its custody to adult prisons with no warning, process, or opportunity to challenge their transfers. These transfers take cruel advantage of the likelihood these young people won’t be able to seek justice for themselves.

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Torres v. US Department of Labor

US Department of Labor tossed aside all farmworker survey data that indicated higher piece-rate wages are the prevailing practice in Washington’s tree-fruit industry.

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Criminal Justice Reform issue
Criminal Justice Reform
Economic Justice issue
Economic Justice
Housing & Homelessness issue
Housing & Homelessness
Immigrant Justice issue
Immigrant Justice
Systems Reform issue
Systems Reform
Worker Justice issue
Worker Justice

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