Building an Economy that Works for Everyone

Closing tax loopholes yields $1 billion in revenue for education, health and other public services

Fact Sheet: $1 billion in progressive revenue

Washington legislators will convene a special session on November 28th to respond to a $1.4 billion drop in expected revenue for the remainder of the 2011-13 state budget. As this fact sheet outlines, closing tax breaks that favor the few and wealthy can support up to $1 billion in public investments that create jobs and protect our communities.

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