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Blog Post Protect SNAP to combat food insecurity By Jennifer Tran | September 20, 2019

Blog Post Working Families Tax Relief Act is good for people who teach our kids and care for our loved ones By Margaret Babayan | August 30, 2019

Chart/Graphic The Working Families Tax Relief Act Helps Washington Workers August 30, 2019

Blog Post “Public charge” rule threatens health of Washingtonians By Margaret Babayan | August 30, 2019

Blog Post Washingtonians should oppose Trump proposal to take food away from families struggling to make ends meet By Liz Olson | August 23, 2019

Blog Post Tax credits for working families gaining steam in Washington and U.S. By Melinda Young-Flynn | August 16, 2019

Blog Post Trump rule will harm families, perpetuate trauma against immigrant communities By B&PC Staff | August 12, 2019

Blog Post Supreme Court rightly rules the census citizenship question is out for now By Jennifer Tran | June 27, 2019

Blog Post Low blow: Trump proposal would increase economic hardship By Julie Watts | June 13, 2019

Blog Post How federal tax credits can fix income inequality in Washington By Kelli Smith | May 31, 2019

Blog Post An important policy for immigrant workers By Melinda Young-Flynn | May 01, 2019

Blog Post Funding for 2020 census outreach is imperative By Jennifer Tran | April 01, 2019

Blog Post New “public charge” proposal would harm Washington families By Liz Olson | December 05, 2018

Blog Post The 2020 Census is more important to Washington than you think By Jennifer Tran | October 25, 2018

Fact Sheet Make Washington Count: How the 2020 Census Will Impact WA’s Communities October 25, 2018

Blog Post U.S. Supreme Court decision puts Washington’s economic well-being at risk By Misha Werschkul | June 27, 2018

Blog Post KIDS COUNT: Inaccurate census data could jeopardize progress for Washington’s kids By Admin | June 27, 2018

Blog Post Washington state’s members of Congress should reject SNAP cuts in the Farm Bill By Hana Jang | April 27, 2018

Blog Post Threats to food assistance in Farm Bill could harm thousands of Washington households By Misha Werschkul | April 05, 2018

Blog Post President Trump’s budget won’t strengthen the economy. It will harm Washington state By Misha Werschkul | February 12, 2018

Blog Post Washington’s Representatives must reject tax bill that would devastate the middle class and our state economy By Misha Werschkul | December 02, 2017

Fact Sheet 3 Reasons Why the House GOP Tax Plan is Bad for WA November 01, 2017

Blog Post Three Reasons Why the House GOP Tax Plan is Bad for Washington State By Kelli Smith | October 30, 2017

Blog Post Trump-GOP’s Tax Plan Will Give Wealthiest 1 Percent of Washingtonians Even More Preferential Treatment By Kelli Smith | October 11, 2017

Chart/Graphic Under Trump-GOP Plan, Middle Class Would Pay for Exorbitant Tax Cuts for the Wealthy October 11, 2017

Chart/Graphic Tax Cut for Top 1% is 1,000 Times Higher Than for Low-Income People October 11, 2017

Blog Post New Census Numbers: To Build Thriving Communities, Invest in Removing Barriers to Economic Security By Julie Watts | September 18, 2017

Video/Webinar Budget Beat: Pushing Back Against Harmful Federal Budget Proposals June 23, 2017

Blog Post State and Federal Proposals to Cut Funding for Women’s Health Would Decrease Family Economic Security By Misha Werschkul | June 19, 2017

Blog Post Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Critical to the Wellbeing of Many Washingtonians with Disabilities By Julie Watts | June 14, 2017

Blog Post Guest Post: Kansas Experiment Yields Valuable Lessons in Why State Investments Are Essential By Melinda Young-Flynn | June 08, 2017

Blog Post President’s Budget Would Harm Washingtonians, Leave State on the Hook for Massive Costs By Misha Werschkul | May 23, 2017

Blog Post Statement on President Trump’s Tax Proposal By Misha Werschkul | April 27, 2017

Blog Post Lawmakers Must Protect the Wellbeing of Children, Families, and People with Disabilities By Julie Watts | March 23, 2017

Blog Post Five Ways Trump’s Budget Proposal Would Harm Washington State By Julie Watts | March 20, 2017

Chart/Graphic Nearly 300,000 Washingtonians Would Lose Health Care if ACA is Repealed January 20, 2017

Blog Post Hundreds of Thousands of Washingtonians Would Lose Health Coverage with Federal Affordable Care Act Repeal By Misha Werschkul | December 09, 2016

Blog Post Voters Raise Wages for 730,000 Washingtonians; Federal Changes Could Threaten Washington’s Children and Families By Misha Werschkul | November 10, 2016

Blog Post Investments in Food Assistance Improve Child Well-Being By Julie Watts | October 30, 2016

Blog Post Paul Ryan’s Anti-Poverty Plan Would Have Devastating Impact in Washington State By Lori Pfingst | July 25, 2014

Brief/Report Current Federal Estate Tax Supports Public Priorities November 10, 2009

Blog Post Closing the Deficit: An Unbalanced Approach By Jeff Chapman | May 19, 2009

Blog Post Series on the State Budget Crisis: Part Three, States Raise Taxes By Stacey Schultz | May 15, 2009

Blog Post Series on the State Budget Crisis: Part Two, Cuts to Vital Programs By Stacey Schultz | May 14, 2009

Blog Post Series on the State Budget Crisis: Part One, The Big Picture By Stacey Schultz | May 13, 2009

Brief/Report Child Welfare: Washington State’s child welfare system stands to lose millions under the Federal Budget Conference Agreement February 01, 2006

Brief/Report How the 2006 Federal Budget Agreement matters to Washington State February 01, 2006

Brief/Report Medicaid: Over a million low-income Washington residents face new health care barriers February 01, 2006

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