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Progress in Focus: Declining Economic Security Is a Big Threat for Washingtonians

By - July 17, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, Good Jobs, Progress in Washington, State Budget & Revenue

Eyman Initiative Aims to Create Endless Gridlock

By - July 14, 2015

Ballot Measures, State Budget & Revenue

Final Budget: Hits and Misses

By - June 30, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Senate Revenue Plan Won’t Sustain Investments

By - June 25, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Threats of Shutdown Don’t Have to Become the New Normal

By - June 23, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

New House Budget Nixes Best Plan for Sustainable, Equitable Revenue

By - June 22, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Help for Struggling Families: A Disappearing Act

By - June 16, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, Poverty & Basic Needs, State Budget & Revenue

Progress In Focus: Protecting the Health of Washingtonians

By - June 16, 2015

Healthy People & Communities

Slightly Curbed House Budget Still Sets Sights on Long-Term Investments

By - June 1, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Senate Budget Still Scraping By, Not Considering Long View

By - May 28, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Revenue Boost Doesn’t Paper Over Senate Budget Gimmicks

By Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst, and Andy Nicholas, Senior Fiscal Analyst - May 18, 2015

State Budget & Revenue

Progress in Focus: Moving Toward a Healthier Environment

By Lori Pfingst, Research and Policy Director, and Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst - May 18, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue

A Q&A with Our 2014-15 Narver Fellow

By - May 15, 2015

B&PC News

College Unaffordability Is Hurting the “Public” in Public Universities

By Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst, and Elena Hernandez, Policy Analyst - May 13, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Education, State Budget & Revenue

Legislators Still Have Time to Advance Racial Equity This Year

By Elena Hernandez, Policy Analyst, Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst, and Lori Pfingst, Research and Policy Director - May 13, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Equity, State Budget & Revenue

Progress in Focus: To Create Better Jobs, Invest in Workers

By Lori Pfingst, Research and Policy Director, and Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst - May 6, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Progress in Washington, State Budget & Revenue

During Special Session, Lawmakers Must Take Long View in Budget Talks

By - April 24, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Requiring Greater Accountability for Boeing Tax Breaks Should Remain a Priority

By - April 23, 2015

State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Progress in Focus: More Funding for Education Means Better Opportunities for Students

By Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst, and Lori Pfingst, Research and Policy Director - April 21, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Education, State Budget & Revenue

Local Levies Can’t Fund Statewide Education

By Kim Justice, Senior Budget Analyst, and Andy Nicholas, Senior Fiscal Analyst - April 16, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Education, Property Tax, State Budget & Revenue

It’s Tax Day! Let’s Talk About Washington State’s Tax System

By - April 15, 2015

State Budget & Revenue

Progress in Focus: The Case for New Revenue Sources

By - April 13, 2015

State Budget & Revenue

Ten Ways Senate Budget Holds Back Progress

By - April 8, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Senate Budget Falls Short

By - April 1, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

A Statement About the Senate Budget

By - March 31, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

The Push for $12 Minimum Wage Advances to Senate

By - March 31, 2015

Economic Well-Being, Good Jobs, State Budget & Revenue

In Support of the House’s Revenue Proposals

March 31, 2015

Capital Gains, State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Creating an Equitable Future for Black Washingtonians

By Elena Hernandez, Lori Pfingst, Angela Powell from Imago LLC - March 30, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Equity, State Budget & Revenue

Promoting Racial Equity for Kids and Families

By - March 30, 2015

Equity, KIDS COUNT

House Budget Proposal Prioritizes Funding for Education

By - March 27, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Education, State Budget & Revenue

Support Grows for the Working Families Tax Rebate

By - March 25, 2015

Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue, Working Families Tax Credit

Washington State Lagging in Key Measures of Progress

By Kim Justice, Lori Pfingst, Elena Hernandez, Andy Nicholas - March 24, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, Education, Equity, Good Jobs, Healthy People & Communities, Poverty & Basic Needs, Progress in Washington, State Budget & Revenue

Volatility Claims for Capital Gains Reform Are Overblown

By - March 23, 2015

Capital Gains, State Budget & Revenue

Carbon Program Revenues Should Invest in Working Families Tax Rebate

By - March 13, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue, Working Families Tax Credit

Invest in TANF to Help Strengthen Families

By Elena Hernandez and Lara Sim, Statewide Poverty Action Network - March 10, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, Poverty & Basic Needs, State Budget & Revenue

Why Passing the Family Unity Act Is a Good Idea for Washington State

By - March 5, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Equity, Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue

The Economic Contributions of Immigrants in Washington State

By - March 3, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Equity, Healthy People & Communities, State Budget & Revenue

New Data Shows Social Programs Lifted 241,000 Kids Out of Poverty in Washington

By Lori Pfingst and Elena Hernandez - February 25, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, KIDS COUNT, Poverty & Basic Needs, State Budget & Revenue

Bill to Improve State Tax Break Transparency Receives Public Hearing

By - February 20, 2015

State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Revenue Is Projected to Increase, But Not by Enough

By - February 20, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Education, State Budget & Revenue

What Would Raising the Minimum Wage Do? Find Out in Our New FAQ

By - February 15, 2015

Economic Well-Being, Good Jobs, State Budget & Revenue

Legislature Pays for Increased Costs Related to Fires, Lawsuits in Supplemental Budget

By - February 12, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Infographic: Why Taxing Capital Gains Would Be Good for Washington State

By - February 10, 2015

Capital Gains, State Budget & Revenue

Zombies? What Zombies? A Response to an Op-Ed That Itself Seems Lifeless

By - January 29, 2015

Capital Gains, State Budget & Revenue

Bringing high-quality early learning to kids and families in Washington state

By - January 28, 2015

Budget & Tax Analysis, Early Learning, Economic Well-Being, Education, State Budget & Revenue

One Hundred Percent of Income Gains Have Gone to the Richest Washingtonians in Economic “Recovery”

By - January 27, 2015

Economic Well-Being, Good Jobs, State Budget & Revenue

Three Reasons to Raise the Minimum Wage in Washington State

By - January 20, 2015

Economic Well-Being, Good Jobs, State Budget & Revenue

Washington state’s upside down tax system takes a heavy toll on communities of color

By Andy Nicholas and Elena Hernandez - January 14, 2015

Economic Well-Being, Equity, Good Jobs, State Budget & Revenue

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