Few details have come out Friday from a reported budget settlement by negotiators in Olympia. But one powerful group warns if there's a capital gains tax attached to the budget proposal, there will be legal action.
At least Washington state probably won't go into July facing a shutdown, like last year. But will new taxes be part of the budget compromise reached in Olympia? Plan still has to be approved by legislators.
A recent report by the Washington Policy Center has asked the thorny question if public school district money was given to help cover legal fees from the McCleary Education lawsuit. Turns out, it appears so, and two of our three Tri-City Districts pitched in.
Hermiston is conducting a survey of residents asking how the city could improve green spaces. Now that summer is here we're all going to be spending more time at local parks. What do YOU think would make them better?
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