As we all know only too well, middle-class dollars don’t go as far as they once did — we’re being squeezed more than ever to pay for the various public services that ensure the health, safety and prosperity of our communities. But what if I told you that we could afford the services we need without raising taxes on the middle class? In today’s Washington Whiteboard — the first of three segments that will examine our state tax system — I take a look at the upside-down nature of our tax system and how it demands the most from those who can afford to pay the least.

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