To create shared prosperity, state lawmakers must invest in the foundations of a strong economy – good jobs, top-notch schools, and thriving communities. This work starts with cleaning up our inequitable state tax code. In Washington, people with low and middle incomes pay six times more in state and local taxes as a share of their income than the wealthiest 1 percent.
How the Capital Gains Tax Supports Communities
Seattle’s millionaires would profit most if schools lose funding from capital gains tax