Need to fact-check someone during a Facebook debate, or just prep for an intense upcoming round of pub trivia? EOI has you covered.
EOI’s State of Washington Budget visualization let’s you see budget trends as far back as 2004 and as far ahead as 2017, on a scale as broad as the state’s overall budget or as specific as an individual department within an agency.
All charts and tables display both “real” (inflation-adjusted) budget numbers calculated by the Economic Opportunity Institute, alongside “nominal” (non-inflation adjusted) numbers provided by the Washington State Office of Fiscal Management.
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