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Published on May 13, 2015
Ten years ago, on May 13, 2005, Alaska Airlines locked out nearly 500 of its ramp agents and baggage handlers, ending many decades-long careers, devastating hundreds of families, and impacting the local economy by more than $115 million. Today, the men and women doing the same jobs through a subcontractor for Alaska Airlines make near poverty-level wages with few benefits - resulting in high turnover and safety issues at SeaTac Airport.