Burbank: Closing tax loopholes could do a lot of good

Commentary | April 8, 2015 | Sequim Gazette

Our state’s public structures and services are the oil of our economic engine. From roads to bridges, preschool to college, veterans benefits to senior services, and protections for our air and drinking water, we’re all better off when we invest in strong communities. But there’s a big red warning light on our dashboard: Low Oil.

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Posted in Tax and Budget, Tax Reform