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SEATTLE - Construction workers shouted down Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant on Thursday as she attempted to speak in favor of Seattle 's proposed new "head tax" at an open-air news conference.

The construction workers shouted "No head tax!" each time Sawant tried to speak in favor of the measure, which would charge Amazon and other large Seattle employers 26 cents per hour per employee to fund a homeless initiative.

The conference, held outside Amazon's Spheres, was intended to show support for the head tax and opposition to Amazon's announcement of a construction pause on a massive downtown construction project.

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SEATTLE - Construction workers shouted down Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant on Thursday as she attempted to speak in favor of Seattle 's proposed new "head tax" at an open-air news conference.

The construction workers shouted "No head tax!" each time Sawant tried to speak in favor of the measure, which would charge Amazon and other large Seattle employers 26 cents per hour per employee to fund a homeless initiative.

The conference, held outside Amazon's Spheres, was intended to show support for the head tax and opposition to Amazon's announcement of a construction pause on a massive downtown construction project.

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SEATTLE - Construction workers shouted down Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant on Thursday as she attempted to speak in favor of Seattle 's proposed new "head tax" at an open-air news conference.

The construction workers shouted "No head tax!" each time Sawant tried to speak in favor of the measure, which would charge Amazon and other large Seattle employers 26 cents per hour per employee to fund a homeless initiative.

The conference, held outside Amazon's Spheres, was intended to show support for the head tax and opposition to Amazon's announcement of a construction pause on a massive downtown construction project.

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SEATTLE - Construction workers shouted down Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant on Thursday as she attempted to speak in favor of Seattle 's proposed new "head tax" at an open-air news conference.

The construction workers shouted "No head tax!" each time Sawant tried to speak in favor of the measure, which would charge Amazon and other large Seattle employers 26 cents per hour per employee to fund a homeless initiative.

The conference, held outside Amazon's Spheres, was intended to show support for the head tax and opposition to Amazon's announcement of a construction pause on a massive downtown construction project.

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