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City Inside/Out looks into proposed employee-hours tax
City Inside/Out: Employee-Hours Tax?

Should Seattle's highest-grossing companies pay a new employee tax to help solve the city's homeless crisis? The City Council is considering an employee-hours tax on businesses that gross more than $5 million a year. The tax would raise up to $24 million annually for homeless services. We hear from all sides on this controversial proposal.

Maud Daudon, President & CEO, Chamber of Commerce
Bob Donegan, Seattle Historic Waterfront Association
Alison Eisinger, Executive Director, Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness
Kirsten Harris-Talley, Seattle City Council
Mike O'Brien, Seattle City Council
Jon Scholes, President & CEO, Downtown Seattle Association

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