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Washington Policy Center’s podcast

December 10, 2019

Ep.9 : “Concerns for health care and the mental illness crisis featuring Dr. Roger Stark”

David Boze speaks with Dr. Roger Stark, a Health Care Policy Analyst at the Washington Policy Center, on his recent article in The Seattle Times and how homelessness is inexplicably linked to the mental health crisis we are facing.

December 4, 2019

Ep. 8: “Will charter schools become a major 2020 election issue? w/ Liv Finne”

Reactions to a recent New York Times article on shifting perspectives on charter schools and why this could be the beginning of a new conversation for proponents. We are joined by Liv Finne, our Center for Education director, who has been following the charter schools conversation for the past several years across our state and nationally.

October 17, 2019

Bonus: “Farm Hall Session: Wenatchee, WA”

Increased labor costs brought from government programs, sustainability measures and learning how to thrive in a market squeezed too thin dominated the panel discussion on Washington State University's campus at the Washington Policy Center Fall Farm Hall series. Event occurred on October 15, 2019.

October 2, 2018

YP: “Will more money solve Seattle’s homeless crisis?”

This episode of Washington Policy on the Go features WPC Young Professionals Director Miranda Hawkins talking with documentary filmmaker Chris Rufo about his investigation of the homeless crisis in and around Seattle. 

September 7, 2018

Ep. 2: “Teacher strikes and the reality of teacher pay in Washington”