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Research Council: Tax policies help WA aerospace industry prevail in competitive marketplace

Competitive tax policy is not a “subsidy” or “tax break” that costs the state money. Rather, it’s a pragmatic response to the marketplace that helps Washington’s employers remain competitive worldwide, says a new study released by the Washington Research Council. According to the study, The Washington State Department of Revenue […]

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STEM emphasis creating opportunities for students

07/21/2014 - WashACE

The News Tribune is profiling schools that are embracing STEM education (science, technology, engineering, and math) and seeing the benefits to students in a “technology fueled economy.” “For us, it’s about setting kids up with the best possible options and opportunities for success,” says Caroline King, chief policy officer for […]

More Washington traffic jams if Congressional gridlock stalls federal highway funds

07/15/2014 - WashACE

Forty-three state highway projects could be impacted if Congress doesn’t shore up the federal Highway Trust fund this summer. That will leave over half of Washington roads in poor or very poor condition in less than a decade, says Washington Roundtable President Steve Mullin in a Seattle Times guest column. […]

A millennial’s cautionary words on excessive hikes in minimum wage

07/14/2014 - WashACE

Gonzaga University student Chris Morgan is a millennial. And while many of his peers are pushing for a higher minimum wage, similar to the $15 wage hike passed recently in Seattle, Morgan urges a heavy dose of caution in an Oregonian guest editorial. “[H]idden deep in the debate is the possibility […]

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