Why not marginal property tax rates?

If Washington State voters (in their “infinite wisdom”) aren’t going to approve an income tax, I wonder if it is constitutional to enact a more progressive property tax system. For example, let’s have a higher marginal property tax rate for properties valued at more than 3 times the median price for their county.  Politics aside, is there any legal reason this isn’t feasible?

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