Amazon has paused construction of a building and may sublease other space, pending the outcome of a Seattle City Council vote on a proposed head tax on large employers.
The Seattle City Council is considering a tax on employee hours at large employers to raise money to fund homelessness services.
On Wednesday, Amazon officials announced it paused construction of a building and will sublease other space, pending the outcome of the vote.
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