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Thumbnail for - Isn't It Weird That... Bus Cuts and Affordable Housing
May 6, 2014
Isn't It Weird That
Some weird things we noticed about bus cut rhetoric and affordable housing arguments.
Thumbnail for - Low-Wage Workers Deserve a Higher State Minimum
Jan 17, 2014
This Washington
Yes, raising the minimum wage will help low-income workers. No, it won't hurt the economy. And it's the fair thing to do. In a guest op/ed, EOI's John Burbank explains why.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: At Issue
Apr 19, 2013
Morning FIzz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring Boston, Olympia, and biking.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: The Understatement of the Year
Jan 8, 2013
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring: Team McGinn on the phone, Rodney Tom in the house, a gun buyback, and more.
Thumbnail for - Inslee Should Follow the Data to Reduce Greenhouse Emissions
Jan 4, 2013
Applying free-market cost benefit standards to environmentalism is the key.
Thumbnail for - Conservative Think Tank Tries to Undermine Health Standard in Transportation Policy
Feb 24, 2012
This Washington
A conservative think tank proposes an amendment that would water down legislation aimed at making improved health one of the state's transportation policy goals.
Thumbnail for - Report: Majority Support Charter Schools
Feb 23, 2012
This Washington
A new poll finds a strong majority in favor of legalizing charter schools in Washington State.
Thumbnail for - Transportation Choices Coalition: No, Transit Does Not Get Too Much Money
Feb 7, 2012
On Other Blogs
Transportation Choices Coalition eviscerates a misleading report by a conservative think tank claiming public transit gets too much money.
Thumbnail for - How Should the State Deal with the Budget Crisis?
Nov 1, 2011
It's left brain vs. right brain in this week's ThinkTank: Is it time to raise revenue or is it time to make public employees and tribes pay?
Thumbnail for - Shocker: Slanted Transportation Poll Yields Slanted Results
May 18, 2011
Washington Policy Center poll proves that if you ask a slanted question, you'll get slanted results.
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