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The Recommendations of the D.C. Tax Revision Commission, as Implemented in the Fiscal Year 2015 Budget, Are Having a Favorable Impact on the District
January 14th, 2015

DCFPI Statement on DC’s Council Proposed Package of Tax Changes
May 27th, 2014

DC RESIDENTS FACING PROBLEMS ACCESSING MEDICAID AND FOOD STAMPS, REPORT FINDS
May 22nd, 2014

20 GROUPS ISSUE ROADMAP TO ADDRESSING FAMILY HOMELESSNESS IN DC
April 30th, 2014

SNAP Cuts Reduce Healthy Meals for Half Of DC’s Kids
August 5th, 2013

DC Residents Support Taxes to Preserve Services: Poll on Mayor’s Budget Shows Support for Revenue Increases And Opposition to Service Cuts
May 8th, 2011

Sports Economists Say Large Public Subsidies for a DC Soccer Stadium “Cannot be Justified” on Economic Development Grounds
June 10th, 2008

Press Release: DC Homeowner Property Taxes Lowest in Region, New Analysis Finds
February 28th, 2008

Press Release: Bill Being Considered By the DC Council Hides Costs of Business Tax Cuts: Bill Was Structured To Make Potentially Huge Tax Cuts Appear To Have “No Fiscal Impact”
January 3rd, 2008

Press Release: DC’s “Two Economies” Headed In Different Directions, Report Finds
October 24th, 2007

Press Release: Poverty In DC Remains At Very High Level Despite Economic Growth
August 31st, 2007

Press Release: Poverty Major Cause of Social Problems In District of Columbia
November 2nd, 2006

Press Release: DC Taxes on Families Now the Lowest in the Washington Area, Study Shows
September 20th, 2006

Press Release: Proposal To Reduce Ballpark Fee Would Shift Nearly $60 Million In Stadium Costs From Businesses To The General Public , Analysis Finds
November 16th, 2005

Press Release: Mayor Williams Promotes Tax Relief for Working Residents
February 2nd, 2005

Press Release: DC’s Shortage of Affordable Housing Worsening
January 13th, 2005

Press Release: Income Gap Is Wider In DC Than In Any Other Major U.S. City, New Study Finds
July 22nd, 2004

Press Release: DC Spending Up Only 3 Percent Since 1990: But Funding for Services to Low-income Residents Has Fallen Sharply
March 16th, 2004

Press Release: DC’s Stadium Financing Proposal Would Cost the City $900,000 for Every Job Filled by a DC Resident
June 9th, 2003