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A Q&A with Our 2016-2017 Narver Policy Fellow

By - April 13, 2017

B&PC News

Early learning improves kindergarten readiness and reduces disparities for kids of color

By - April 4, 2017

Early Learning, Education, Equity, K-12 Schools, KIDS COUNT

New Fact Sheet: Advancing Racial Equity through the Working Families Tax Rebate

By - April 3, 2017

Equity, Working Families Tax Credit

House Democrats’ Budget Shows What Our State Can Achieve by Cleaning Up the Tax Code

By Kelli Smith and Andy Nicholas - March 30, 2017

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Don’t Let the Talking Points Fool You: Senate Republicans’ Budget Proposal Is a House of Cards

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - March 23, 2017

Budget & Tax Analysis, Capital Gains, Economic Well-Being, Poverty & Basic Needs, Progress in Washington, State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Lawmakers Must Protect the Wellbeing of Children, Families, and People with Disabilities

By - March 23, 2017

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

Senate Republican Budget Proposal Puts Washington’s Economic Future on Shaky Ground

By - March 21, 2017

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, State Budget & Revenue

Five Ways Trump’s Budget Proposal Would Harm Washington State

By - March 20, 2017

Economic Well-Being, Federal Policy, Healthy People & Communities, Poverty & Basic Needs

Tax Reform Can’t Wait, New Revenue Forecast Shows

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - March 16, 2017

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Washington Should Invest in Thriving Communities Instead of Paying Out Special Interest Tax Breaks

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - March 14, 2017

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability

Working Families Tax Rebate Remains Smart Policy to Fix Our Tax Code, Bolster Washingtonians with Low Wages

By Asha Bellduboset and Jennifer Tran - March 2, 2017

Equity, State Budget & Revenue, Working Families Tax Credit

Our New Revenue Reform Plan Would Hold Lawmakers Accountable to Communities

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - February 27, 2017

Capital Gains, Education, Property Tax, State Budget & Revenue, Tax Break Transparency & Accountability, Working Families Tax Credit

Policymakers Have Opportunities to Advance Family Well-Being this Session

By - February 15, 2017

Economic Well-Being, Education, Healthy People & Communities, Poverty & Basic Needs

Intergenerational Poverty Bill Would Help Lift Children and their Parents Out of Poverty

By - February 1, 2017

Economic Well-Being, Poverty & Basic Needs

Senate Republicans’ Plan Doesn’t Amply Fund Schools, Puts Other Programs at Risk

By - January 31, 2017

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

Creating a Safeguard Rebate Is Key to Equitable Property Tax Reform

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - January 27, 2017

Property Tax, State Budget & Revenue

It’s time to strengthen our property tax code to invest in schools

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - January 27, 2017

Education, K-12 Schools, Property Tax, State Budget & Revenue

In Every Corner of the State, Washingtonians Rely on the Affordable Care Act for their Health

By - January 20, 2017

Economic Well-Being, Equity, Healthy People & Communities

A Look at How the Governor’s Budget Invests in Progress

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - December 16, 2016

Budget & Tax Analysis, State Budget & Revenue

Governor Proposes Bold Plan to Invest in Kids, Clean Up Tax Code

By Andy Nicholas and Kelli Smith - December 13, 2016

Budget & Tax Analysis, Capital Gains, Education, State Budget & Revenue, Working Families Tax Credit

The Future We Want: The Washington State Budget & Policy Center Announces Our 2017-2019 Legislative Agenda

By - December 12, 2016

Budget & Tax Analysis, Economic Well-Being, Education, Equity, Healthy People & Communities, Legislative Agenda, Poverty & Basic Needs, State Budget & Revenue

Hundreds of Thousands of Washingtonians Would Lose Health Coverage with Federal Affordable Care Act Repeal

By - December 9, 2016

Federal Policy, Healthy People & Communities

Voters Raise Wages for 730,000 Washingtonians; Federal Changes Could Threaten Washington’s Children and Families

By - November 10, 2016

Ballot Measures, Economic Well-Being, Federal Policy, Good Jobs, Healthy People & Communities

Investments in Food Assistance Improve Child Well-Being

By - October 30, 2016

Economic Well-Being, Federal Policy, Poverty & Basic Needs

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