Washington State is confronting a temporarily improving $4.2 billion budget revenue shortfall that has legislators urging tax increases, spending cuts or a combination of the two to solve it to balance.
It leaves state workers, departments and taxpayers in a precarious spot with uncertainties regarding job security, state services and the health of the economy. The close Presidential campaign only adds uncertainty about the future.
Opportunity Washington, a nonprofit business coalition including Washington Retail, has posted a public survey to allow you to weigh on how you think lawmakers should address the state’s revenue shortfall.
Take the short survey here.