DCFPI writes a monthly column –”The Numbers” — that runs in the Hill Rag, East of the River, and DC North. All are owned by Capital Community News.
The Good News and Bad News about DC’s Revenues
DC Is Swimming in Cash–When Will it Spend Some of It to Make DC Stronger?
TRUE or FALSE? Closing DCPS Schools Will Make the System Stronger?
What the Fiscal Cliff—Or Slope—Means for Local DC
A Deep Dive into DC Revenue Analysis: Crystal Balls, Fiscal Cliffs and Other Metaphors
Making Obamacare Happen in DC: Key Steps Ahead
Mayor Gray and DC Council: Welfare-to-Work Efforts Need Your Full Support to Succeed
Warren Buffett Is Right!
What to Watch: The Latest in DC Education News
LivingSocial’s Latest Deal: A Big Tax Break from DC
Going, Going, Gone: DC’s Affordable Housing Stock Is Disappearing
Its Budget Season! Once again the Budget is being Balanced by Cuts in Housing and Human Services
Doing the Math of DC Schools Funding
Putting DC To Work: A Resource Map of the District’s Workforce Development Services
Critical Needs: Constituents Are Best Served By Ensuring That Critical Needs Are Met In the Budget
Making Sense of the Dollars Spent on Business Property Tax Breaks
The Congressional Supercommittee and Its Power to Impact Local DC
The Good News-Bad News on DC’s Economy
Tune-Up Time for DC’s Taxes: Key Things for the District’s New Tax Revision Commission to Consider
Retail Politics: Will DC Residents “live better”–or worse–with jobs from Wal-Mart?
What Do District Residents Think about How DC Should Tax and Spend?
Is DC’s Economy Rebounding? It Depends on Whom You Ask
A “One City” Budget? Not a Chance.
Matchmaker, Matchmaker, Make Me a Match
Economic Development by the Numbers
What Would Rahm Do?
Happy New Year, Multi-State Corporations
The Recesssion Strikes Again: Poverty’s Rising, But Revenues Are Falling
Job One for Mayor Gray – Getting DC Residents Back to Work
The Key Fiscal Challenge? Recovering from the Recession
Three Big Questions for the Election Season
The Wrong Prescription: DC’s Financial Woes are Being Misdiagnosed
The Recession Hits Home: Hardship is on the Rise in DC
The Recession Hits Home: Hardship is on the Rise in DC
Here Come the Cuts Again: The 2011 DC Budget
Defeat Poverty DC: Putting Economic Opportunity on the 2010 Political Agenda
The DC Budget Crisis: What Would Ben’s Do?
Disappearing Act: Shrinking Affordable Housing Options in DC
When “Work First” Doesn’t Work: Helping Low-Income Parents Find Jobs Will Take More Than Polishing Their Resumes
Helping Families Save for the Future: An Asset Development Strategy for DC
Breaking Away: How TIFS, Abatements and other Economic Development Tax Subsidies Shortchange the District
The DC Budget Balancing Act: Cutting Away A Just Progressive Approach to Government
The Federal Stimulus: A Critical Boost to Keep the District Moving Forward
District’s Summer Jobs Program: A Wellspring of Experience or Money Down the Drain?
Making Lemonade out of Lemons: Escaping Unscathed (Mostly) from the FY 2010 Budget
To Tax or Not to Tax: That is the Question for DC’s Elected Officials this Budget Season
A Budget for Difficult Times: Mayor Fenty’s Plans to Balance the Budget in FY 2010
A Needed Boost: How DC Can Make the Most Out of the Federal Stimulus Package
Charting a Sensible Path Through DC’s Budget Shortfall: The Coalition for Community Investment
The Fuzzy Math of DC’s Business Tax Subsidies
Hanging the Poor Out to Dry: Budget Cuts Break Commitments to Help Families in Need
Making the Most of $2.5 Billion: How to Get a School Modernization Plan that Works for Students and Communities
Work Isn’t Working for Many DC Residents
Show Us the Money – Please!
Let’s Make a (Better) Deal with Developers
After the Checkpoint, What’s Next?
With Government, Like Everything Else, You Get What You Pay For
Everything You Wanted to Know About the DC Budget but Were Afraid to Ask
Is DC Ready for Another Stadium Financing Fight?
Property Tax Relief: Give It Where It’s Needed the Most
It’s Time to Tackle Poverty in DC
The High Price of Hidden Tax Cuts
To Mayor Fenty and the DC Council:….Best Wishes (and Advice) for a Happy, Fiscally Healthy 2008
Corporate Welfare…The Gift that DC Politicians Keep on Giving
Is Fenty Spending Like a Drunken Sailor?
Good Riddance to Payday Lending in DC
Need $5 million (Or Maybe More)? Just Ask Your Councilmember
The Baseball Stadium that Ate the Homeless Shelter…And Other Scary Stories
Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall: What’s the Fairest Tax Cut of Them All?
What’s in Mayor Fenty’s First Budget? Wouldn’t You Like to Know?
Is DC’s Alphabet Soup of Development Agencies Too Thick?
Time To Re-Think How DC Does Business With Big Business
My Life Depends On Low-Wage Workers (And So Does Yours)
New Year’s Tips to DC’s New Mayor For a Fiscally Responsible District of Columbia
Getting More DC Residents Into the Workforce Here’s How to Do It
Beware DC’s Hidden Debt Funding Developments with TIF
Think DC’s Taxes Are The Highest In The Region? Think Again
Hiring More Police Officers Not The Best Solution To DC’s Crime Problems
$700 Million And Counting…. Just how much will the stadium really cost?
Will DC’s Homeless Be the Next Victim of Gentrification?
What’s Behind Fenty’s “No New Taxes” Pledge?
Why is DC Paying to Fix the Corcoran’s Roof?
Is DC Being Put Up For Sale?
It’s Poverty, Stupid
School Financing…Where Is The Money?
Will Mayor Williams Leave Us A Mountain Of Bad Debt?
Home Heating Costs: Doing Something Before the Crisis
Do We Need Another Hospital?