State Representative Ruth Kagi, King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski, and Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess revealed details of the proposed November 2015 ballot measure.
The Children’s Campaign Fund supports the passage and implementation of these ten bills.
In addition to these bills, CCF will strongly take into consideration votes regarding adequate revenue to ensure that important children and family services are not compromised.
Many CCF priorities made it through are on their way to becoming law, but others languished or await a final decision on the budget. Now is the time to contact budget conferees, and ask them to make sure the social safety net is protected with reliable revenues.
Many people think of the sad and sometimes tragic outcomes that occur for victims of abuse and neglect when they hear those words, but much of the work that can and should be the focus of our efforts occurs before a child is ever abused in the first place.
We understand these are tough discussions, but this year offers the opportunity to affirm our state’s commitment to our youngest and most vulnerable members of our communities by supporting the safety net for every child.
There are still too many zeros for kids in the Washington Senate budget v2.0. Children’s Campaign Fund implores the senate…