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The Budget & Policy Center uses our Progress in Washington framework to measure how our state is doing in four budget value areas: economic security; education and job readiness; healthy people and communities; and effective and accountable government. And we assess how state revenue is impacting these value areas.

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Blog Post Governor signs budget that won’t create jobs, threatens economic recovery By Lori Pfingst | June 14, 2011

Blog Post The case for state spending guidelines — no matter the source By Karinda Harris | March 31, 2011

Blog Post Two new resources: Analysis of Governor’s 2011-13 budget proposal and legislative session tool By Andy Nicholas | January 20, 2011

Blog Post A Step Backward: The 2009-11 State Budget By Jeff Chapman | September 02, 2010

Brief/Report A Step Backward: The 2009-11 State Budget September 01, 2010

Blog Post I-1098 Would Cut Taxes, Fund Improvements in Health Care and Education By Andy Nicholas | July 23, 2010

Blog Post Overview of 2010 Revenue Measures By Andy Nicholas | April 14, 2010

Blog Post What Does the Revenue Buy? By Jeff Chapman | April 12, 2010

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