‘DC’s richest residents pay lower taxes than everyone else,’ report finds
Ahead of debates over the mayor’s FY22 budget, a DCFPI analysis finds that D.C.’s 1% pays less in taxes than everyone but the lowest 20% of residents and argues that higher taxes on D.C.’s wealthiest residents are essential to addressing racial inequities in wealth and income.
Of DC’s 24 at-large candidates, who has a specific plan to address homelessness?
A Street Sense Media analysis determined that only six of the 24 at-large DC Council candidates on the ballot advertised specific plans with measurable goals to address homelessness in their online platforms. We sent them five questions about local poverty.
We believe ending homelessness begins with listening to the stories of those who have experienced it.Subscribe