The Washington State Supreme Court today expedited the ultimate resolution of the Freedom Foundation’s lawsuit challenging the capital gains income tax bill passed by the Legislature in 2021 by announcing it will accept direct review of the case, effectively allowing the matter to bypass the court of appeals.
The constitution hasn’t been amended, the law is still the law, and the Freedom Foundation is confident the Supreme Court will again strike down this latest punitive tax scheme by greedy politicians in Olympia.
This week, the Douglas County Superior Court struck down the capital gains income tax passed by the Washington State Legislature in 2021. While not the last word, the ruling was a resounding early victory for the Freedom Foundation and all who value the state constitution and want to keep Washington income tax free.
On April 21, the Washington State House of Representatives passed legislation to impose a first-of-its-kind capital gains income tax on …
The first bill to receive a hearing before the powerful Washington State Senate Ways and Means Committee during the 2021 …
The Washington State Supreme Court on Friday respected almost a century of case law — and the repeatedly expressed will of state residents — by slapping down the city of Seattle’s brazenly unconstitutional income tax proposal.
Opponents of Seattle’s scheme to impose an income tax on its high earners were handed a less-than-satisfying victory on July 15 when an appellate court ruling struck down the ordinance solely on constitutional grounds, leaving open the possibility of an appeal to the Washington State Supreme Court
A package of legislation was introduced as desired by the Washington Education Association (WEA) that would – once again – Increase property tax levies.
The Freedom Foundation has renewed its pledge from previous years to file a lawsuit challenging any capital gains income tax passed by the Democrat-controlled Washington State Legislature in 2019.