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Washington state has a strong economy, but far too many people are not sharing in economic growth. The wealthiest 1 percent of Washingtonians make 24 times more than the other 99 percent. Undoing this income inequality starts with ensuring our state offers good, living-wage jobs that allow people to get ahead.

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Blog Post All Income Growth is Going to the Richest 1 Percent of Washingtonians By Andy Nicholas | June 23, 2016

Blog Post More Washington Kids Have Health Coverage, but Poverty Still a Roadblock By Admin | June 21, 2016

Blog Post Raising the Statewide Minimum Wage to $13.50 Would Boost Local Economies By Misha Werschkul | January 11, 2016

Fact Sheet Three Reasons to Raise the Minimum Wage 2016 January 01, 2016

Fact Sheet Minimum Wage FAQ 2016 January 01, 2016

Blog Post Scraping By Isn’t Enough: What the Poverty Data Doesn’t Show By Elena Hernandez | September 17, 2015

Blog Post Progress in Focus: Declining Economic Security Is a Big Threat for Washingtonians By Lori Pfingst | July 17, 2015

Blog Post The Push for $12 Minimum Wage Advances to Senate By Lori Pfingst | March 31, 2015

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