Today the ACLU of Washington joined nonprofit pro-labor group Working Washington in its lawsuit against Sound Transit, challenging the transportation organization's refusal to run ads on their downtown-to-airport light rail cars demanding that we "make all airport jobs good jobs."
Ads that the airport, ironically enough, had no problem running.
The lawsuit, filed on April 5 in U.
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