Washington's constitution has broadest definition of property in the country


September 1, 2022

Editor’s Note: This examination of state constitutions and how certain property is taxed in various states will appear in two parts. This is the first of two.

Although most state constitutions mention how real, personal, tangible or intangible property should be taxed, the vast majority don’t define those terms. Of those that define property, Washington’s constitution has the broadest def...

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