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Washington Policy Watch has a new look

We’re updating Washington Policy Watch to bring you better access to public policy news and commentary from the Economic Opportunity Institute. Previous visitors will note the look, feel and design of the entire site have changed. Specifically, we’ve:

  • Added topic-specific RSS feeds that feature our most recent content to two new sidebars;
  • Improved access to topic-specific policy areas with a new menu bar above; and
  • Updated tags and categories to ensure easy access to the most relevant content. (This is a work in progress — please bear with us during the transition.

We think these changes will make it easier than ever to access the most pertinent and up-to-date information on Washington Policy Watch.

We hope you enjoy the new look. Comments, questions or suggestions (on the new design or otherwise) are welcome — contact Aaron Keating, EOI’s Communications Director to share your feedback.

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