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Happy 1st Anniversary for Progressive Revenue in Seattle!

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

John Burbank | July 10, 2018

One year ago, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed the first progressive income tax in our state in 85 years. This tax on incomes in excess of $250,000 for individuals and $500,000 for families will produce sufficient revenue – more than $200 million a year – to lower property taxes, provide affordable

Is Bezos holding Seattle hostage? The cost of being Amazon’s home

An Inclusive Economy Ending Corporate Tax Breaks

| July 4, 2018 | The Guardian

There’s a Cloud Over Seattle

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

| June 19, 2018 | Seattle Mag

This Is What Plutocracy Looks Like! Seattle’s Amazon Tax Is Ejected before a Dime is Collected

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

| June 14, 2018 | Nonprofit Quarterly

Head tax repealed By Seattle City Council

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

| June 13, 2018 | Tukwila Reporter

Seattle City Council Plans to Repeal Head Tax

An Inclusive Economy Progressive Tax Reform

| June 12, 2018 | Seattle Weekly

Socialist Linchpin Moody’s Investors Service Blasts Amazon’s Influence on Seattle

An Inclusive Economy Ending Corporate Tax Breaks Funding Public Services

Matthew Caruchet | May 31, 2018

Karl Marx-inspired credit ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service issued a report this month saying that Amazon’s bullying tactics over Seattle’s newly-passed employee hours tax show it has too much influence over our city. The tax would require businesses with more than $20 million in annual revenue to pay

Does Seattle’s “Amazon Tax” Signal a Broader Change in City Politics?

An Inclusive Economy Ending Corporate Tax Breaks Progressive Tax Reform

| May 24, 2018 | Nonprofit Quarterly

Monthly Unemployment Rate

State Economy State of Working Washington

| May 17, 2018

Washington’s unemployment rate has declined steadily since 2016, and now matches the pre-Great Recession low of 4.7%. It’s been a long road to recovery — and official unemployment numbers do not include the many discouraged people who are no longer actively looking for employment, and others who are working

Fight poverty by demanding a tax code that works for all of us

An Inclusive Economy Funding Public Services Progressive Tax Reform

| May 16, 2018 | Real Change

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