First Annual Taxpayer Action Day to be held in Olympia

Posted 12/18/02

Washington Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) has announced it will co-sponsor the Evergreen Freedom Foundation’s (EFF) First Annual Taxpayer Action Day in Olympia on January 14, 2003.

This is the same day as Governor Locke’s State of the State address and the Washington Education Association’s rally at the Capitol to demand more from the Legislature.

As Bob Williams from EFF says, “It’ll be a hot time in town!” The events start at noon at the Capitol Fountain for a “No Tax Increase” Rally, followed by numerous optional activities in the afternoon.

The day will conclude by gathering to watch the Governor’s speech with follow-up comments from Bob Williams.

A CSE press release says: "You don’t want to miss this exciting beginning to the 2003 Legislative Session. As taxpayers and conservatives, we need to be vigilant this year against any new attempts to increase our taxes."

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Taxpayer Action Day at the State Capital: Tuesday, January 14, 2003

The Evergreen Freedom Foundation is sponsoring a 2003 Taxpayer Action Day on
January 14 at the state capitol in Olympia. Lawmakers will have a $2.5 to $3
billion deficit to deal with this session, and they will be tempted to
squeeze more money out of taxpayers.

Washington citizens and businesses cannot afford another tax hike and this
event will encourage state legislators to balance the budget with existing
revenue. The rally will run from noon - 1:15 p.m. at the capital campus
fountain. Other activities and events will follow, making it a day's worth
of fun and citizen action for concerned individuals and families.

More information can be found at or by calling the Evergreen
Freedom Foundation at 360-956-3482.


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