WPC's Center for Government Reform's mission is to partner with stakeholders and citizens to work toward a government focused on its core functions while improving its transparency, accountability, performance, and effectiveness for taxpayers.
Jason Mercier, Director, Center for Government Reform, June, 2014
Jason Mercier, Director, Center for Government Reform, May, 2014
Only in Washington D.C. can near unanimous agreement on a policy mean there is danger it may not occur. Consider the pending expiration of the ban on internet access taxes and whether or not Congress will act in time. As reported by The Wall Street Journal:
Erin Shannon, Director, Center for Small Business, May, 2014
Seattle’s proposed $15 minimum wage has yet to pass, but it is already hurting the labor market, according to the Washington Policy Center.