Amazon fights back against mob-like government

Seattle is worried about the well-being of the poor and mentally ill people living there, so it’s going to drive businesses out of town.
OK, that’s not how the politicians describe their plan, but that’s probably how it will work out.
Members of Seattle’s city council want all big Seattle businesses to pay a tax of $500 per employee.
In response, Amazon stopped building a new complex. Construction workers joined Amazon in protesting the new tax.
On the other side are city council members like Kshama Sawant. She and members of her political party, Socialist Alternative, demonstrated in support of the tax. They chanted, “Housing is a human right!”
Seattle does have large encampments of street people. Some are mentally ill. Some are young people looking to get stoned and live free. Some are homeless simply because they cannot afford apartments. There are many reasons for that, but one is that Amazon and other companies

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