Legislators must drop hasty, flawed capital-gains tax push
The overwhelming flaws of the capital-gains tax bill being considered by the Washington state Senate are reason enough to reject it. The bill also suffers from bad timing and a brazen attempt to abuse one of the Legislature's constitutional powers.
Sue Lani Madsen: Doubling down and taking personal responsibility
When Mitchell Pitney decided to re-open his business last summer, it wasn’t political defiance. He is committed to physical fitness and personal responsibility, starting with taking care of his members. “People who have better health have better outcomes,” Pitney said at a recent virtual panel...
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@awbolympia @WashingtonSRC Don’t forget... eliminates the B&O tax on manufacturing! Being we are the most trade dependent state in the nation, we need more products to export! And creates a great incentive for other manufacturers to come to WA!Read More
RT @awbolympia: ICYMI: Republicans propose state budget that reopens schools, balances without tax increases | via…Read More
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RT @OlympiaWatch: .@LyndaWilson17LD on death of SB 5039 (emergency powers): "The governor has clearly indicated that this pandemic is going…Read More
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RT @ShiftWA: Newsmaker Interview with @LyndaWilson17LD the Senate GOP budget chief. She argues the Dems' claim of a budget deficit is false…Read More
@OlympiaWatch That’s a statement that fits this whole session.Read More