Washington could save over $20 million by ending the B&O tax deduction that favors private schools. Under current law, private schools can exempt their income from tuition fees, room and board, library, laboratory, or health services, and other special fees.
Private schools are a fine educational choice, but our top priority is funding public schools. Private schools do not need their own special tax break.
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