11/20/2023… The state has plenty of money, according to the state Senate Republican budget lead, so there’s no need for any new taxes. Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Jeff Wilson looks back at the 2023 legislative session and discusses budgets, taxes, transportation, hard drug possession, 2nd Amendment rights, tow truck safety and more. https://youtu.be/LSITVduwkhY
Sen. Drew MacEwen, R-Shelton, discusses the top debates of the 2023 legislative session -- budget, taxes, public safety, drug policy and more. Washington lawmakers adjourned their 2023 session April 23. https://youtu.be/1OiibZ8o6ZU
Sen. Phil Fortunato talks to Jason Rantz about Democrat policies to increase taxes, distribute abortion pills, ban guns, coddle criminals, and require clergy to disclose what is said to them in confession.
A series of new and higher taxes on income, property, sales, and driving are set to take effect beginning in January 2023, thanks to actions in the past two Democrat-controlled legislative sessions. Senator Lynda Wilson, the Senate Republican budget lead, detailed...
Sen. Mark Schoesler tells radio talk show host Lars Larson why the legislature has a great opportunity right now to pay for transportation without raising taxes....
Majority Democrats in the state Legislature have several proposals that take more from taxpayers. The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.
Sen. Shelly Short discusses the Growth Management Act, carbon emissions, and taxes. https://youtu.be/vAoNXT8LoX8
Sen. Mark Schoesler talks with John Carlson of KVI Radio about the increased tax revenue projections that make it even clearer that there’s no need for new taxes.
Sen. Steve O’Ban says I-976 passage should send a strong message to Sound Transit and to Democrats and Sen. Phil Fortunato says it should get people thinking about his bill to pay for roads. The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of...
Taxapalooza 2019 – Majority Democrats in the State Legislature seemed determined to raise taxes from day one of the 2019 legislative session
The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.