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Washingtonians receive a tax break on capital gains – profits from the sale of high-end capital assets – which contributes to our state’s inequitable tax code, where people with the least pay the most. Eliminating the break on capital gains would help fix our tax code while providing our state with more revenue for community investments.

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Video/Webinar Presentation on racial justice and taxes at Senior Citizens’ Foundation Fall Conference October 29, 2019

Video/Webinar Association of Washington Business panel on taxes October 29, 2019

Blog Post How Washington’s tax code can help advance racial justice By Andy Nicholas | October 03, 2019

Brief/Report Washington’s tax code is an untapped resource to advance racial justice October 02, 2019

Video/Webinar 2019 Legislative Session Wrap-Up May 08, 2019

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Blog Post Lawmakers need to make the tax code work for all working families By Kelli Smith | April 23, 2019

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