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WA Governor Wants Out-of-staters To Pay Sales Tax

(Olympia, WA)  --  Washington Governor Jay Inslee plans to propose legislation that would require all non-Washington residents to pay a sales tax.  Under the proposal, anyone from outside Washington who pays sales tax of more than 25 dollars per year can apply to get a full refund, but any unclaimed money would remain with the State of Washington beginning in fiscal year 2016.  Economic and business consultant William Conerly told KOIN-TV that Inslee is counting on the fact that most Oregonians and others from out of state won't go to the trouble of filling out forms to get that money back.

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