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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...
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...
March 7, 2024 | The Commonwealth Institute

Budget Conferees Say No To Tax Breaks for Millionaires, Yes to Historic K-12 Funding and More

Ashley C. Kenneth, President and CEO of The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis (TCI), released the following statement regarding the...
March 6, 2024 | Megan Davis

How House and Senate Budget Proposals Would Impact Virginia Communities

When lawmakers make bold choices to raise resources, we can invest more in all of us. Last week, the House...
February 18, 2024 | The Commonwealth Institute

Statement: Money Committees Reject Worst of Governor’s Tax Package, Make Stronger Investments in Education, Health, and More

Ashley C. Kenneth, President and CEO of The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis (TCI), released the following statement regarding the...
February 1, 2024 | Megan Davis

How the Governor’s Proposed Budget Would Impact Virginia Communities

Whether we have $10 or $10 million in our bank account, we all want to live in a place where...
January 10, 2024 | The Commonwealth Institute

Budget Matters: How it Works and How It Can Work For Virginia Families

Originally published July 20, 2023: Updated Jan 10, 2024 get our “budget...
November 15, 2023 | The Commonwealth Institute

New Community-Driven Policy Agenda a Strong Foundation for Transformative Change in Virginia

Richmond, VA — After several months of working with and listening to community leaders and partners about the needs of...
September 14, 2023 | The Commonwealth Institute

New Census Data Shows Pandemic Protections Led to Fewer Virginians Without Health Coverage; Continued High Child Poverty Rates and Expiration of Federal Boosts Requires Robust State Policy Response

New data released from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey (ACS) offer a picture of how Virginians fared in...
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