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Funding Schools for Washington’s Kids Can’t Be Done through Property Tax Gimmicks
Senate Republicans' Plan Doesn't Amply Fund Schools, Puts Other Programs at Risk
Our New Revenue Reform Plan Would Hold Lawmakers Accountable to Communities
Why It’s Time to Ditch Washington’s Harmful Property Tax Restriction
McCleary Reality Check: Legitimate Solutions Required to Fully Fund Schools
Balancing Adequacy and Equity in Washington State’s Property Tax
February 27, 2007 - The property tax in Washington State funds essential local priorities such as education, fire protection, and hospitals. New research by ...
Balancing Adequacy and Equity with a Property Tax Circuit Breaker
March 28, 2007 - State legislators in Olympia are currently considering various proposals for property tax reform. One idea that has not yet been proposed here ...
Rethinking Property Tax Reform: A series of policy briefs with information and recommendations for Washington State's property tax
November, 2007 - An opportunity exists for Washington State to take a thoughtful and balanced approach to property tax reform.
Revenue Package Not Built to Last Over the Long Term
It’s Time to Strengthen Our Property Tax Code to Invest in Schools
New Forecast: Big Boost in Resources for Schools, But Revenue Still Stuck at Recession Levels
Senate budget proposal makes key necessary investments, but paying for tax cuts with rainy day funds would undercut state’s long-term fiscal health
Creating a Safeguard Rebate Is Key to Equitable Property Tax Reform
Final budget brings momentous victories for communities, but property tax cuts will come at a cost