Three Reasons Why the House GOP Tax Plan is Bad for Washington State

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Three Reasons Why the House GOP Tax Plan is Bad for Washington State

By - October 30, 2017

Republican leaders in Washington, D.C. have introduced a harmful plan to give large tax cuts to the wealthiest few while jeopardizing funding for health care, education, and other investments that benefit working families. Take a look at our latest fact sheet to see how the plan would negatively impact Washingtonians with low and middle incomes.

This fact sheet was updated on November 15, 2017.

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 House GOP tax plan 11 15 2017
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Kelli is part of the research and policy team at the Budget & Policy Center, and she focuses on state budget and revenue policy.

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