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Washington Kids Slipping In Key Indicators of Well-Being
In Most States, GA-U Fills Gaps in Economic Security and Health Care Systems
We Need a Strong Recovery, Quick
Family Resources and Work Supports: An Online Tool
General Assistance: New Strategies for a Vital Program
Federal Stimulus Supports Washington's TANF program
Debunking Myths About GA-U
Accounting for Medicaid Spending Growth
"The High Cost of Subprime Lending"
"The High Cost of Subprime Lending" Part Two: Loans by Neighborhood & Region
"The High Cost of Subprime Lending" Part 3: Future of Housing Crisis in Washington
Children and Homelessness in Washington State
28 Percent of Lower Income Parents Uninsured in 2008
The State of Washington's Children
Food Stamp Increase Provides Boost to Washington Families and Economy
Senate Budget Impairs Economic Security
The Final Budget Cuts, Part Four: Economic Security
Increased TANF Caseloads Across the Country Linked to Rising Unemployment
Washington Families Risk Losing Housing Assistance
Governor's Budget will Create Costly Problems Down the Road
Important Work Support in Jeopardy
Senate Budget would Cut Vital Support for Struggling Families
Gap between rich and poor in Washington - Third fastest growth in Nation: Incomes of Poorest Families Stagnant Over Past Decade
Jan. 26, 2006 - A new report today found Washington State wealthy families have over seven times higher incomes than low-income families.
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 ...
State could do more to support struggling families: Benefit levels have not kept up with the cost of living
January 2007 - The monthly WorkFirst cash assistance benefit is a key part of the state’s social safety net, but it has not been increased since 1993.
High Interest, Lost Opportunity: Mapping the cost of payday lending in Washington State
January 31, 2007 - Basic financial services available to lower income families such as cashing checks and short-term loans often come with interest rates that ...
General Assistance: New Strategies for a Vital Program
February 11, 2009 - Today the Budget and Policy Center is releasing a new policy brief on Washington’s General Assistance Program, which provides financial and ...
Decrease in work supports makes it harder to meet basic needs
Deadline Approaching for Best Chance to Feed Hungry Kids in Our State