Supremes grant stay of cap gains tax ruling
Plus the Legislature's in Olympia and Re-Wire is just around the corner
The Washington Supreme Court granted a stay of a lower court’s ruling that the state’s new capital gains tax is unconstitutional, giving proponents of the tax at least a temporary win in one of the most significant legal fights in many years.
The Supremes are expected to hear arguments on the question early next year.
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