Nathan Schlicher supports raising taxes.
Schlicher told the local media that the state needs "increased taxes of some sort" to pay for more government spending.
Schlicher held to his tax raising promise - voting to increase the death tax on married couples. Then he voted for a plan to raise taxes on working families and small businesses by $900 million.
He even agreed with the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the voter-approved 2/3rds requirement to raise taxes.
We can't afford Nathan Schlicher with our tax dollars.
Told the local media that the state needs "increased taxes of some sort to pay for the growth in government services." ("7 Seas Brewing hosts anti-beer tax rally," Peninsula Gateway, 4/24/2013)
Voted against no-new taxes budget in favor of plan to raise taxes by more than $1.2 billion (SB 5034, 4/5/2013 & 6/8/2013)
Agreed with the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the voter-approved 2/3rds requirement to raise taxes (Email correspondence to constituent, 3/2/2013)
Voted to raise $175 million in taxes by extending the death tax to certain married couples (EHB 2075, 6/13/2013)