Debt Settlement: An Alternative To Bankruptcy For Washington Residents According to the State Debt Policy Advisory Commission’s 2020 Annual Report, Washington State had a total outstanding debt of $19.2 billion as of June 30, 2020. This includes general obligation bonds, revenue bonds, lease-purchase agreements, and other types of debt. As of 2021, the average student…
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