Washington has a clear call to action on transportation policy in 2015: Invest in the preservation and maintenance of existing roads and bridges and improve key economic corridors.Learn more about the benefits of new investment.
Washington state would gain 160,000 jobs, spread across many sectors of its economy, if it fills its jobs skills gap; generating $720 million in new state tax revenues annually.Get all the data and download our report.
System reforms are needed to raise student achievement & improve high school & postsecondary graduation rates. Partnership for Learning is working to make it happen.Learn more.
Take steps to make Washington a top state for quality of life and innovation and a competitive state for business. Priorities include a transportation package, sustainable budget, college & career readiness for all students and closing the job skills gap.Read more in our 2014 Policy Agenda
The Washington Roundtable is a non-profit, public policy organization comprised of senior executives from major private sector employers throughout Washington State. Since 1983, the Roundtable has worked to create positive change on critical policy issues that foster economic growth, generate jobs and improve quality of life for Washingtonians.