15 Democrat Senators wanted a review in hopes the ban on imposing Income Tax would be lifted.

 

In a decision passed down yesterday April 2, 2020 the State Supreme Court declined to look at a Court of Appeals decision on the Seattle Income Tax Case.  The lower court found the Seattle Income Tax Ordinance unconstitutional.  So that is what stands:

Washington State Supreme Court:

Here is the order:

More Information:

This turned down the wishes of the Fifteen Democrat legislators who wanted a review in hope the Court would overturn the ban on implementing a Washington State Income Tax System; and they signed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to review the decision.

More on the background and the decision in this Washington Policy Center’s story.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I am concerned that our legislatures think they are our rulers. I am of the conviction that our legislatures do not know the Washington state constitution.
    I want to know if “We the Governed” can sue our State Government for performance of their duties. I heard about a suit called “declarative and injunctive”. The Judge would declare the infraction and assign injunctive rules to be followed.
    Do you know if this is a valid response we the People can take against legislatures that want to impose their will on the citizens?

  2. I think this newsletter has key elements of credibility readers need. We are able to see the original court documents, for example. The real record of discussions and not someone’s opinion of them as a substitute. We see the times, dates, locations and we have a way to reach Charlie Crabtree. His
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