How closing tax loopholes could end I-1053’s minority rule provision

Last week, Eric de Place at Sightline posted an interesting story about how closing tax loopholes could trigger a constitutional challenge for Initiative 1053 that would likely mean I-1053 would be overturned:

Despite the fact that it hasn’t yet been introduced, I’ve already got a favorite bill in Washington’s still-young legislative session. Representative Reuven Carlyle is taking aim at the tax loopholes that riddle the state’s tax code. In the process, it could also put Eyman’s I-1053 in the judicial crosshairs.

Read the rest at Sightline’s blog: A Noose Around Tax Loopholes

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