Get cash to those who need it most. Increase grants to small businesses. Avoid knee jerk cuts to services. Pass progressive revenue.
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Optimism Brewing Company, Seattle
Adrift Inn, Long Beach
Our Natural Homes, Spokane
Ice Cream Social, Tacoma
Bulls Eye Fine Art Studio, Olympia
Twine & Swift LLC, Aberdeen
Solar Acres Farm, Otis Orchard
Meeker Cleaners, Kent
Sea Creatures (Whale Wins, Bateau, Barnacle, Bar Melusine) Bellevue & Seattle
The Grain Shed, Spokane
Applied Techniques Corp, Poulsbo
Ragged Apparel, Bremerton
Seattle Floral Design, Brier
Clockwork Dragon Books, Maple Valley
Medicine Creek Winery, Olympia
Wabi Sabi Bonsai, Hansville
Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream, Seattle
Fresh Chalk, Seattle
Tutta Bella, Seattle
Arden Home, Seattle
Brimmer & Heeltap, Seattle
Marination LLC, Seattle
Shingletown Saloon, Seattle
Neumos, Barboza, The Runaway, Life On Mars, Seattle
Urban Playground, Seattle
Hangar Cafe, Seattle
Kanawha Design Studio, Seattle
Office Nomads, Seattle
Clock-Out Lounge, Seattle
Kyoto Art and Antiques, Seattle
Salon Escada, Seattle
Equinox Arts, Seattle
The Pantry, Seattle
Dino’s Tomato Pie, Seattle
Luc Restaurant, Seattle
Capitol Cider, Seattle
Effervescence Labs LLC, Seattle
Willie Nillie Media, Seattle
Borro Bay Bakery, Seattle
Infiniti Real Estate & Development, Seattle
● Increase the speed and size of grants to small family-owned businesses, with priority on those that are the only source of income for entire households and people of color who face the biggest setbacks during recessions.
As you go into full session, we urge you to:
● Avoid knee jerk cuts to the state budget. We must take care of all Washingtonians and continue services – such as healthcare, food programs, housing, and childcare – that people need to survive. This means holding steady, or increasing spending, to keep money flowing to communities.
● Pass progressive taxes that ask the wealthiest few and large profitable corporations to do their part. Low- and middle-income families, and small businesses, already pay more than their fair share in state taxes. Now it’s time to make sure those that have done well in Washington do right by Washington.
All of us, regardless of zip code, political party, industry, or color of our skin, want a vibrant, humming economy that keeps money flowing to Washington’s families and communities.
Current Covid restrictions harm our businesses today, but we are proud to do the right thing for the benefit of all Washingtonians, but we want to be here to celebrate an end to the pandemic and help rebuild a new, better economy where we can all thrive together.