The 1,200 cut today follows up their 1,400 count layoff in January, which were its first ever. This makes 2,600 total out of the 5,000 they announced would be cut, back in January. Maybe it can use some of that $11 million in stimulus money to build a bridge so the poor people who got laid off can live under it. [Seattle Times via Seattle Times]
Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.