A bit of relief | Letter

Working families, seniors, and the disabled deserve tax relief.

By taxing less than one percent of very top on capital gains, Washingtonians could get that tax relief. It would mostly affect those making $1 million or more and would enable those who can ill afford more taxes to save some money. This proposal is being debated in Olympia, so contact your politicians there to let them know you support having the very richest be taxed so those who deserve tax relief can have it.

Shelly Baur

Kirkland

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