Poverty & Basic Needs

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Strong communities, healthy families, and a thriving economy that benefit us all: That is the future we want for Washington state. Yet too many people are struggling to just get by. Our state legislature must make sure that everyone can afford the basics and have the opportunity to thrive.

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Blog Post Lawmakers must continue to support people’s economic security during this public health crisis By Margaret Babayan | March 09, 2020

Blog Post Kids and parents deserve a stronger WorkFirst/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program By Liz Olson | February 13, 2020

Blog Post Stronger local tools are needed to address homelessness By Andy Nicholas | February 13, 2020

Blog Post Progressive taxation can advance gender equity By Margaret Babayan | January 30, 2020

Blog Post The Working Families Tax Credit can help reduce housing cost pressure By Evan Walker | January 30, 2020

Fact Sheet The Working Families Tax Credit would support kids in early childhood January 28, 2020

Brief/Report Reinvest in WorkFirst/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families January 21, 2020

Blog Post Invest in neighborhoods, invest in kids By Liz Olson | October 04, 2019

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