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June 6, 2024 | Briana Jones

K-12 Funding in the Final 2024-2026 State Budget Compared to Governor’s Introduced (by Locality)

The budget signed by the governor for the budget years that begin on July 1, 2024...
May 28, 2024 | Megan Davis

Major Changes From The Conference Budget That Helped Get To A Final Budget

Families across Virginia want to live in communities with well-resourced schools, access to affordable health coverage, and state investments so...
May 16, 2024 | Megan Davis

Lawmakers Backed Off Plan to Pay for Critical Investments. How Did They Fund Them Anyways?

The governor recently signed a budget that maintained key investments originally passed by the General Assembly (GA) in March that...
May 13, 2024 | Ashley Kenneth

Statement: Budget Leaders Maintain Many Key Investments, Miss Opportunity To Secure Ongoing Funding

Ashley C. Kenneth, President and CEO of The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis (TCI), released the following statement regarding the...
April 29, 2024 | Megan Davis

Where Virginia Stands When It Comes to Modernizing Our Tax Code

Creating broadly shared opportunity and prosperity relies on lawmakers choosing to invest our shared resources in the building blocks of...
April 11, 2024 | The Commonwealth Institute

Session 2024: Key Budget Policy Choices

Comparing the introduced, legislature-passed, and governor’s amendments for the 2024-2026 budget The governor has released his proposed changes...
April 9, 2024 | Ashley Kenneth

Statement: Governor Proposes Significant Cuts to Legislature’s Historic Public Education and Other Key Priority Funding Proposals

Ashley C. Kenneth, President and CEO of The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis (TCI), released the following statement regarding the...
April 2, 2024 | Levi Goren

K-12 Funding in Legislature-Passed Budget Compared to Governor’s Introduced Budget (by Locality)

The budget passed by the General Assembly provides an additional $1.2 billion more for public schools...
March 28, 2024 | Megan Davis

Modern and Fair: Expanding the Sales Tax to Reflect the “New Economy”

In order to have a budget that makes critical investments in community needs, like public education, health care, and housing,...
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