Everyone knows we need to find a way of fully funding K-12 education across our state, and we also know the price tag will not be cheap. But what if I told you there was a way to fund our schools without raising taxes?

In my second Washington Whiteboard segment on Tax Reform, I look at the state’s 694 tax loopholes and offer examples of some that are ripe for closing, either because they no longer serve the purpose for which they were created or they simply have not delivered the benefits they were created to provide.

You can view the short video by clicking here or on the icon below.