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A conversation with the 2019-20 Narver Fellow

By - June 25, 2020

B&PC News

Cash, food, & housing assistance play a critical role in COVID-19 recovery

Strengthen public supports to stabilize Washington families

By - June 23, 2020

COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, Poverty & Basic Needs

Dismal economic forecast shows need for bold investments

Cutting public supports will only make things worse

By - June 18, 2020

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Washington lawmakers: Invest in communities, don’t make knee-jerk cuts

We call on leaders to respond wisely to this economic crisis

June 17, 2020

Cash Stimulus, COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, State Budget & Revenue

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 Misha Werschkul, executive director, and Liz Olson, policy analyst - June 10, 2020

Budget & Tax Analysis, COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue

Washington needs a state cash stimulus

Lawmakers must invest in the people and communities that drive our economy

By Emily Vyhnanek, Working Families Tax Credit coalition manager, and Margaret Babayan, policy analyst - May 28, 2020

Cash Stimulus, COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, Equity

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 Misha Werschkul, executive director, and Margaret Babayan, policy analyst - May 21, 2020

COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, Equity, Healthy People & Communities

Envisioning a just and inclusive future for our state

Principles for a state policy response to the COVID-19 economic fallout

April 15, 2020

Cash Stimulus, COVID-19, Economic Well-Being, Equity, Healthy People & Communities, Poverty & Basic Needs, State Budget & Revenue

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