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Help for Struggling Families: A Disappearing Act
2010 Initiatives: Voters Will Face Tough Choices In November
I-1053’s Supermajority Requirement is Excessive and Unreasonable
Ten Ways Senate Budget Holds Back Progress
Senate Ways & Means Chair Releases Budget Analysis- Clear Nod to Forthcoming Budget Proposal by Senate
Cuts to Higher Education Dimming Future Prosperity
Nearly 350,000 Will Gain Health Coverage Under Medicaid Expansion
Federal Government Will Pick up the Tab for Medicaid Expansion
Cuts to Higher Education Lead to Increases in Tuition
Women, Work, and Washington's Economy: How Budget Cuts Hurt All Three
No Matter What the Revenue Forecast Holds, State Faces Staggering Shortfall
Health Care Infrastructure is Straining to Keep Up With Demand
House Budget Spares Worst Case Scenario, but Misses Mark on Long-term Stability
Cuts Put Women’s Health and Safety at Risk
Progress in Focus: To Create Better Jobs, Invest in Workers
No denying it: Budget cut by at least $10 billion
Washington can learn from its own success in criminal justice policy reform
Changes to the Rainy Day Fund will foster improved access and accountability
Online tool tracks state budget decisions
Don’t Let the Talking Points Fool You: Senate Republicans’ Budget Proposal Is a House of Cards
UPDATED: House proposal makes $222 million in harmful cuts
Governor's Budget Proposal: Not a Prescription for Progress
In response to the continuing effects of the recession, Governor Gregoire has proposed a short-sighted, all-cuts budget for the 2011-13 biennium, which runs ...
Two new resources: Analysis of Governor's 2011-13 budget proposal and legislative session tool
Majority of recent tax increases are temporary
New Policy Brief: Economic security is key to recovery
Governor Proposes Bold Plan to Invest in Kids, Clean Up Tax Code
Slight Boost in Projected Tax Revenues Won’t Fix School Funding Crisis
Seniors Getting Less Care and Paying More
Borrowing to Balance the Budget Can Make Sense, But Not by Itself
As policymakers in Olympia look for ways to fill a $1 billion gap between the revenue the state is taking in and how much it needs to fund services that ...
No Matter How You Slice It, Shortfalls Ahead