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Federal budget decisions could make matters worse for cash-strapped states
Sequestration Will Impact Washington State
Federal deficit reduction plans differ sharply
Medicaid block grants would be risky for our state
Federal cuts would contribute to state budget shortfall
Extending Bush Tax Cuts For Wealthy Would Be Unsustainable
Five Ways Trump’s Budget Proposal Would Harm Washington State
Lawmakers Must Protect the Wellbeing of Children, Families, and People with Disabilities
New Report Shows Medicaid Expansion is Good for State Budgets
35 States Face New Budget Shortfalls, More Federal Fiscal Relief Needed
Debunking Myths About GA-U
Accounting for Medicaid Spending Growth
Food Stamp Increase Provides Boost to Washington Families and Economy
Impact of Recovery Act in Washington: Making Work Pay Credit and Unemployment Benefits
Federal legislation will give a $250 billion tax cut to wealthy estates
Accessing Federal Stimulus Money for Unemployment Insurance
Federal Estate Tax: Examining the Impact on Small Farms and Businesses in Washington
Earth Day Kicks Off New Climate Series on Schmudget
Climate Series #3: Offsetting Increased Energy Costs for Lower Income Households
Climate Series #4: Utilities are a Limited Option for Offsetting Increased Energy Costs
Structural Deficit: E-Commerce Sales Tax Revenue Losses Are Growing
Washington Families Risk Losing Housing Assistance
New BPC report: Federal Estate Tax Supports Public Priorities
Failing to Extend Federal Recovery Funding will Cost Jobs
Times Op-Ed Questions Rhetoric Around Federal Estate Tax
Not Extending Tax Credits for Low- and Moderate Income Families Would Be Devastating
Current Federal Estate Tax Supports Public Priorities
The federal estate tax is an important source of funding for such essential investments as health care, education, the environment and national security. It ...
How the 2006 Federal Budget Agreement matters to Washington State: Impact on low and moderate-income Washingtonians
February, 2006 - This brief describes fiscal and policy changes to other key areas included in the budget agreement.
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF): New federal welfare requirements pose tough choices for Washington
February, 2006 - The budget agreement makes the most significant changes to the TANF program since it was enacted in 1996 – effectively ending years of debate ...
Child Welfare: Washington State's child welfare system stands to lose millions under the Federal Budget Conference Agreement
February, 2006 - The budget agreement significantly reduces federal funds available to our state’s child welfare system and to Washington families that provide ...