Jess Spear was a driving force behind the $15 minimum wage campaign in Seattle, and now she's running for the Washington State Legislature.
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Broccoli City Festival founder Brandon McEachern wants hip, multiculti urbanites to help spread the green gospel.
Kellee James wants her company, Mercaris, to become the Bloomberg of organic crop prices.
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