Washington workers must start paying the WA Cares long-term care payroll tax next month. Someone making just over $50,000 a year will pay about $24 a month. If you don’t move out of Washington, you’ll be eligible for a lifetime maximum benefit of $36,500 after paying into the program for ten years for extended care such as a nursing home, home health care, and dementia support. Washington State Senate Republican Leader John Braun talks to Tracy Ellis about it.
Sen. John Braun talks to KTTH Radio’s Jason Rantz about hard drug possession, law enforcement’s ability to pursue criminals, and the long-term care payroll tax.
Sen. Brad Hawkins on the KOZI Morning News talking about the long-term care payroll tax, wildfires, housing and more.
25th District Sen. Chris Gildon talks about the long-term care payroll tax and the point of the session known as policy cutoff.
A bill in the state Senate would repeal the wildly unpopular long-term care payroll tax and the entire Washington Cares Act.
Tracy Ellis explains.
7th District Sen. Shelly Short talks about bills related to the Governor’s emergency powers and the long-term care payroll tax.
9th District Sen. Mark Schoesler talks about the long-term care bills that were being considered by the Senate. He also gives a preview of the upcoming state revenue forecast.
Listen to this 7th District Legislative Update with Senator Shelly Short.
Topics: The long-term care payroll tax and the Governor’s emergency powers.
Sen. Brad Hawkins talks to Jason Taylor and Kalie Drago on the KPQ Morning Report about workforce housing, the long-term care payroll tax, and more.
Sen. Curtis King gives a legislative update on KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line, including the latest on the long-term care payroll tax and crime-related bills.