A group called Opportunity for Olympia collected thousands of signatures in support of a 1.5 percent tax on household income above $200,000 within Olympia city limits to create a college tuition fund for high school graduates in the city.
A group called Opportunity for Olympia collected thousands of signatures in support of a 1.5 percent tax on household income above $200,000 within Olympia city limits to create a college tuition fund for high school graduates in the city. Staff The Olympian
A group called Opportunity for Olympia collected thousands of signatures in support of a 1.5 percent tax on household income above $200,000 within Olympia city limits to create a college tuition fund for high school graduates in the city. Staff The Olympian

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