OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — In a story February 10, 2020, about college grant funding, The Associated Press erroneously reported the rate of taxation certain businesses pay was increasing to 1.75 percent from 1.5%. Businesses that have yearly gross income of more than $1 million now pay a 1.75% surcharge instead of a 1.8% one on some professional services and technology companies.
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- IAN M. ROETMAN
Last week we had a reader come in and complain that celebrating Presidents Day in February instead of George Washington’s birthday and Abraham Lincoln’s birthday diminishes those two men’s accomplishments. The holiday has been revamped to celebrate all presidents, not just those two men.
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