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Taxpayers deserve property tax relief now, says Fortunato Taxpayers deserve property tax relief now, says Fortunato
  In a news conference Wednesday, Sen. Phil Fortunato, R-Auburn, expressed his desire to return taxpayer money in the form of relief from the Democratic property tax increases as part of the state’s biennial budget that was adopted in 2017. Fortunato spoke in support of Senate Bill 6439, which seeks...
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It’s time to ‘Fully Fund Transportation,’ says Fortunato It’s time to ‘Fully Fund Transportation,’ says Fortunato
Sen. Phil Fortunato’s bold proposal on transportation funding will receive a public hearing in the Senate Transportation Committee Monday. The measure, Senate Bill 5564, would fundamentally change how the state pays for transportation infrastructure projects by providing a stable and fair alternative to the unpopular vehicle mileage tax proposal. Fortunato’s...
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Update from Olympia – Feb. 1, 2018 Update from Olympia – Feb. 1, 2018
February 1, 2018 STAY CONNECTED! Due to election year restrictions, I will be limited in how I can communicate with you about what is going on in Olympia. Please be sure to subscribe to my newsletter if you already haven’t. You can also unsubscribe at anytime by clicking here. Feel free to...
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Income tax on the horizon, warns Fortunato
Income tax on the horizon, warns Fortunato
During the 2017 legislative session, Sen. Phil Fortunato, R-Auburn, sponsored a state constitutional amendment to prohibit the imposition of an unpopular income tax on citizens in Washington state. Although the measure had bipartisan support, Senate Joint Resolution 8204 needed a two-thirds majority to pass. Most Senate Democrats voted against the...
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