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Blog Post Important progress happening on tax justice and racial justice Now policymakers must move key bills forward to sign into law By - March 11, 2021

Blog Post It is critical to our future to protect the democratic process & dismantle white supremacy A statement from the Washington State Budget & Policy Center By - January 15, 2021

Blog Post Washingtonians call for bold action to support an inclusive economic recovery Even as we await federal election results, people must advocate for key budget and revenue priorities By - November 4, 2020

Blog Post Washington lawmakers: Invest in communities, don’t make knee-jerk cuts We call on leaders to respond wisely to this economic crisis By - June 17, 2020

Blog Post It’s time to include undocumented immigrants in state response to COVID-19 Undocumented immigrants excluded from more than $700 million in economic relief so far By - May 21, 2020

Blog Post Envisioning a just and inclusive future for our state Principles for a state policy response to the COVID-19 economic fallout By - April 15, 2020

Blog Post We must protect and boost public investments at this critical time Statement from the Washington State Budget & Policy Center By - April 2, 2020

Blog Post Lawmakers made progress to promote economic security, but much more is needed New policies can start to address the economic crisis we now face By - March 20, 2020

Blog Post Tax credits for working families gaining steam in Washington and U.S. Many proposals to provide income boosts to low-wage workers are moving forward By - August 16, 2019

Blog Post An important policy for immigrant workers The Keep Washington Working Act is good for families and communities By - May 1, 2019

Blog Post Guest post: Let the rich pay our share in taxes It's time to tax capital gains and enact the Working Families Tax Credit By - April 25, 2019

Blog Post A small investment to help kids succeed Child Savings Accounts put more kids on track for success in education By - January 28, 2019

Blog Post Press release: Washington state again ranks worst in the nation for our state tax code Our state continues to top the “Terrible 10” list of tax codes that ask the most of those with the least By - October 17, 2018

Blog Post Four community leaders join the Budget & Policy Center board By - September 7, 2018

Blog Post Five essential truths about our state tax code By - April 12, 2018

Blog Post Guest Post: Kansas Experiment Yields Valuable Lessons in Why State Investments Are Essential By - June 8, 2017

Blog Post A Q&A with Our 2016-2017 Narver Policy Fellow By - April 13, 2017

Blog Post Report Highlights the Many Economic Contributions of Refugees in the U.S. By - June 16, 2016

Blog Post Report: Changes Needed So Washington’s Kids Have Chance for Bright Future By - June 13, 2016

Blog Post The Budget & Policy Center Celebrates 10 Years of Promoting Shared Prosperity By - May 23, 2016

Blog Post Spread the Word: Tax Dollars Make a Difference By - April 18, 2016

Blog Post Keeping the Summit Conversation Going By - January 8, 2016

Blog Post Q&A with Executive Director Misha Werschkul By - October 14, 2015

Blog Post Efforts Underway to Block Eyman Blackmail Initiative By - July 30, 2015

Blog Post A Q&A with Our 2014-15 Narver Fellow By - May 15, 2015

Blog Post It’s Tax Day! Let’s Talk About Washington State’s Tax System By - April 15, 2015

Blog Post In Support of the House’s Revenue Proposals By - March 31, 2015

Blog Post Promoting Racial Equity for Kids and Families By - March 30, 2015

Blog Post Zombies? What Zombies? A Response to an Op-Ed That Itself Seems Lifeless By - January 29, 2015

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