Democrats are taking aim at Washington state’s tax advisory votes. State Sen. David Frockt said at a post-election fundraiser Thursday night he plans to introduce legislation as soon as next week to eliminate the votes, which he called “confusing, out of context and downright stupid.” The proposal may go nowhere, especially in an election year when Republicans…More
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Washington state voters this fall will get to express their approval or disapproval of two minor tax increases passed by the Legislature earlier this year, the first use of a little-known provision of a 2007 initiative sponsored by Tim Eyman. The “tax advisory votes” will be non-binding, meaning lawmakers won’t be required to change policy based…More