Things Money Can’t Buy: Love, and Economic Development
By Ed Lazere and Amy Lieber • January 9, 2019 • Economic Development
It’s time for DC to tighten up its economic development incentives, including accountability for companies like Blackboard to pay DC back when they take subsidies but fail to keep their commitments.
DC Should Invest in Good Jobs, Not Economic Development Warfare
By Ed Lazere • December 13, 2018 • Economic Development
Here’s How You Can Speak Up Against Trump’s Proposed “Public Charge” Rule Targeting Low-Income Immigrant Families
By Amy Lieber • November 15, 2018 • Income & Poverty
New Revenue from Online Sales Tax Should Be Used for Resident Needs, Not Business Tax Cuts
By Ed Lazere • November 7, 2018 • Taxes
Tomorrow is Election Day! Do You Have a Plan to Vote?
By DC Fiscal Policy Institute • November 5, 2018 •
DC Residents Should Speak Up to Oppose Trump’s Proposed “Public Charge” Rule Targeting Immigrants and Their Families
By Amy Lieber • October 23, 2018 • Income & Poverty