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Blog Post Washington’s kids need investments – not short-sighted cuts – to weather the COVID-19 crisis KIDS COUNT brief urges lawmakers to act boldly on behalf of kids & families By - October 28, 2020

Blog Post The 2020 census matters, and there’s still time to be counted Washington communities deserve fair representation, federal funding, and good data By - September 18, 2020

Blog Post Washington state’s essential workers deserve relief & real protections Black, Latinx, immigrant, & women workers are keeping our communities afloat By - July 20, 2020

Blog Post Cash, food, & housing assistance play a critical role in COVID-19 recovery Strengthen public supports to stabilize Washington families By - June 23, 2020

Blog Post Proposals from state agencies paint devastating picture of all cuts approach Washington state’s elected leaders must chart a different path with community needs at the center By - June 10, 2020

Blog Post Kids and parents deserve a stronger WorkFirst/Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program Lawmakers should reinvest in basic support for families experiencing poverty By - February 13, 2020

Blog Post KIDS COUNT: Invest in assets to build economic security for kids of color State lawmakers should fund the Communities of Concern Commission By -

Blog Post Invest in neighborhoods, invest in kids KIDS COUNT report shows nearly 70,000 Washington kids live in communities with high poverty rates By - October 4, 2019

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