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Blog Post How federal tax credits can fix income inequality in Washington Forward-thinking federal proposals show how to boost incomes of millions of workers By - May 31, 2019

Blog Post Final budget reflects a modest move away from austerity budgeting Lawmakers’ spending plan will make promising investments in communities By - May 8, 2019

Blog Post Lawmakers need to make the tax code work for all working families Shelving the Working Families Tax Credit would come at a huge cost By - April 23, 2019

Blog Post Three takeaways from the House budget proposal By - March 27, 2019

Blog Post House leaders propose smart tax reforms to pave way for stronger investments Budget proposal would begin to reverse trend of Recession-era spending By - March 26, 2019

Blog Post Governor’s forward-thinking budget plan sets the state up for a healthy future Proposal would add new, progressive revenue to fix perennial budget shortfall By - December 15, 2018

Blog Post Current revenue sources coming up short of what our communities need To fund thriving communities, lawmakers will have to raise new revenue in the next legislative session By - November 20, 2018

Blog Post Modernizing the Working Families Tax Credit would rebalance the tax code, grow local economies, and help workers thrive By - August 14, 2018

Blog Post Final budget brings momentous victories for communities, but property tax cuts will come at a cost By - March 14, 2018

Blog Post In final budget, lawmakers should take the best from House and Senate proposals By - February 23, 2018

Blog Post State’s strong bump in projected revenue will allow lawmakers to devote more funding to schools By - February 15, 2018

Blog Post Governor’s proposal to salvage community investments shows need for systemic tax reform By - December 15, 2017

Blog Post State Revenue Projections Show Legislators Need to Do More in 2018 to Fulfill their Obligations to Communities By - November 20, 2017

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

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

Blog Post Big Boost in Resources for Schools, But Revenue Still Stuck at Recession Levels By - September 21, 2017

Blog Post Final Budget Makes Progress on Community Investments – for Now By - July 21, 2017

Blog Post Senate Republicans’ Plan Doesn’t Amply Fund Schools, Puts Other Programs at Risk By - January 31, 2017

Blog Post Supreme Court Strikes Down Eyman’s Latest Attempt to Derail Social and Economic Progress By - May 26, 2016

Blog Post Much Work Remains to Be Done to Fund Schools By - May 19, 2016

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