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Working Families Tax Credit

This bill will expand eligibility for people without qualifying children, allowing everyone 18 and older to apply for this life-changing yearly cash. It would expand WFTC access to 210,000 more Washington households, reaching more young adults and seniors, and increasing the number of eligible households by nearly 50%.
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Passed!

2023

  • Bill introduced as HB 1075
  • Bill passed out of the Finance Committee on Feb. 9th
  • Bill was referred to the Appropriations Committee
  • Bill did not pass out of the Appropriations Committee before its cutoff deadline

2024

  • HB 1075 is currently in the House Appropriations Committee
  • Bill had a public hearing in House Appropriations on Jan. 25th
  • HB 1075 did not pass out of House Appropriations before fiscal committee cutoff and has died

Senate Timeline (25 votes needed)

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Policy Committee

Ways & Means

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Passed!

2023

  • Bill introduced as SB 5249
  • Bill had a hearing in the Ways & Means Committee
  • Bill did not pass out of the Ways & Means Committee before its cutoff deadline

2024

  • SB 5249 is currently in the Senate Ways & Means Committee
  • SB 5249 did not pass out of Senate Ways & Means before fiscal committee cutoff and has died

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