The Seattle City Council repealed the $275 per worker head tax after the referendum campaign received enough signatures for the November ballot.

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The Seattle City Council went through contortions debating, passing and then repealing a head tax on large businesses, giving citizens little confidence that these elected officials could be trusted with millions of new dollars to deal with a homelessness crisis that has only gotten worse, despite the big sums already spent.

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