Remember that labor-funded ad demanding that we "make all airport jobs good jobs," the one that Sound Transit deemed too controversial to appear on their downtown-to-airport light rail trains? Well guess who doesn't seem to have a problem with it? The airport.

If SeaTac Airport doesnt have a problem running ads demanding it pay its workers a living wage, why should Sound
  • Working Washington
  • If Sea-Tac Airport doesn't have a problem running ads demanding it pay its workers a living wage, why should Sound Transit?

According to Sage Wilson from Working Washington, their ad—with the exact same content Sound Transit rejected—is currently appearing every 4 minutes on the digital billboards at all of Sea-Tac's 32 baggage carousels.

Um, time for someone at Sound Transit to just admit they made a mistake, and put up the ads.