Vote on special tax exemptions every 2 years

Commentary | March 3, 2010 | By John Burbank | Everett Herald

It is not just the cherry trees blossoming in Olympia. Our legislators are shaking off the winter doldrums. They know that public structures like education for our kids and basic health care are good things, necessary elements of a modern democracy and a vibrant economy. And they realize that cutting services further would be the most backward thing to do in a recession.

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Posted in An Inclusive Economy, Column, Progressive Tax Reform