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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...
September 6, 2023 | Amy Wentz

Statement: Budget Compromise Rejects Proposed Tax Handouts for Corporations, Millionaires and Invests In Virginia Families

Today, Amy Wentz, Director of Outreach and Engagement for The Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis (TCI), released the following statement...
September 3, 2023 | The Commonwealth Institute

Session 2023: Key Budget Policy Choices

Comparing the governor’s, House, Senate, and compromise budgets to the 2022-2024 budget House and Senate budget negotiators have...
July 20, 2023 | The Commonwealth Institute

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

get our “budget matters” one-pager The state budget reflects what and who...
March 22, 2023 | Freddy Mejia

Will Virginia Maintain its Health Coverage Progress? To Be (Re)determined

Virginia’s choice in 2018 to expand Medicaid has served as a critical safety net for Virginians during the pandemic as...
February 21, 2023 | Laura Goren

How Key Budget Choices Compare and What’s at Stake for Virginia Families

Budgets reflect our hopes and dreams for our present and future, and what’s included or excluded has real impacts on...
January 26, 2023 | Megan Davis

Governor’s Budget Heavy on Corporate Tax Cuts, Light on Community Investments

Budget proposals are the clearest expressions of our priorities and values. This year, given Virginia’s stronger-than-expected recovery from the pandemic,...
January 24, 2023 | Freddy Mejia

Outdated Eligibility Rules Leave 13,000 Kids Without Health Coverage Options in Virginia

No parent should have to consider delaying medical care for a sick or injured child due to the fear of...
October 18, 2022 | Fowota Mortoo

Exploring the Links Between Discriminatory Land Policies, Black Farmers, Food Access, & Health Disparities: A Richmond Case Study

Health begins where we live, learn, work and play — and with what we eat. Yet not everyone has access...
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