In the Media

In the Media

The Budget & Policy Center helps shape the debate around economic policies – from publishing op-eds to pitching columns and editorials to lending our expertise to articles that cover our policy priorities.

2020   |   2019   |   2018

New federal bill to mitigate COVID-19’s economic impact: Three things for Washingtonians to know

Washington State Wire, April 1, 2020

Best Defense Against Virus Proves Crushing to States’ Finances

Bloomberg News, March 20, 2020

Coronavirus Hits State and City Budgets; Local officials say they don’t know how deep the hole might get

Wall Street Journal, March 19, 2020

Guest opinion: Tax credit would boost paychecks and right some wrongs

Yakima Herald-Republic, March 8, 2020

TVW Testimonials – Misha Werschkul

TVW, March 8, 2020

Temporary Assistance for Needy Families is a Necessary Program

Real Change, March 4, 2020

Expanding WorkFirst Would Allow Families The Chance To Become Economically Secure

Seattle Medium, March 4, 2020

The Impact: Featuring the Washington State Budget & Policy Center

TVW, March 4, 2020

Why Black Women Are Paying More in Taxes than Washington’s Billionaires

Firesteel Blog, March 3, 2020

A tax break for working families

Renton Reporter, March 1, 2020

Opinion: State tax credit would help thousands in Seattle community

South Seattle Emerald, February 25, 2020

Billionaire effect: Did Paul Allen’s death just hit Washington’s education budget?

Protocol, February 20, 2020

In a reversal, Amazon supports concept of head tax

Puget Sound Business Journal, February 12, 2020

Liias sponsors slate of bills expanding access to college

Washington State Wire, February 3, 2020

Bill Would Open Tax Credit to Undocumented Washingtonians

Public News Service, February 3, 2020

COO partners with 17 organizations & coalitions to improve health, social, and economic outcomes

Communities of Opportunity blog, January 31, 2020

Cash assistance for families has plummeted in WA, even as poverty remains high

Crosscut, January 23, 2020

Ideas for a new tax on big businesses like Amazon swirl in Seattle as debate heats up again

Seattle Times, January 12, 2020

Temporary assistance for needy families can be a lifeline

Seattle Times, January 10, 2020

FOR MEDIA INQUIRIES, contact Melinda Young-Flynn, Director of Communications, 206.262.0973 x223