Featured Publications & Resources
Press Release: DC Spending Up Only 3 Percent Since 1990: But Funding for Services to Low-income Residents Has Fallen Sharply
By DC Fiscal Policy Institute • March 16, 2004 • Budget / Income & Poverty
The District Earned Income Tax Credit: Helping Working Families Escape Poverty
By Ed Lazere • November 4, 2002 • Income & Poverty / Taxes
All Publications & Resources
What’s In the Approved Fiscal Year 2020 Budget for PreK-12 Education?
By Ed Lazere • October 25, 2019 • Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
The District’s Rising Economic Tide Isn’t Lifting Black Boats
By Tazra Mitchell • October 24, 2019 • Income & Poverty
What's in the Approved Fiscal Year 2020 Budget for Early Childhood Development?
By Ed Lazere • October 23, 2019 • Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
Help Shape DC’s Health Exchange Budget
By Ed Lazere • October 23, 2019 • Health Care
Testimony of Ed Lazere At the Public Oversight Roundtable on Implementation of the Universal Paid Leave Amendment Act of 2016
By Ed Lazere • October 18, 2019 • Jobs & Training
DC is One Step Closer towards Adopting Requirements for More Transparent School Budgets
By Qubilah Huddleston • October 11, 2019 • Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
What’s In the Approved FY 2020 Budget for Affordable Housing?
By Doni Crawford • October 11, 2019 • Affordable Housing
What’s In the Approved FY 2020 Budget for Employment and Training?
By Kamolika Das • October 10, 2019 • Jobs & Training
Salary Transparency is Essential Step Towards Ensuring All Students Have an Effective Teacher
By Alyssa Noth • October 9, 2019 • Early Child & Pre-K to 12 Education
Testimony of Doni Crawford on the Prohibition of Marijuana Testing Act and Medical Marijuana Program Patient Employment Protection Amendment Act
By Doni Crawford • October 9, 2019 • Jobs & Training