Are you ready for a new public conversation on taxes, revenue, and the role of government?
The discussion on taxes, revenue, and the role of government is lopsided. Political rhetoric, media coverage, and even kitchen table conversations are dominated by the idea that lower taxes are always better and government is big, wasteful, and inefficient.
It’s time for a new strategy. Revenue and the state budget are at the root of so many of the priorities that our communities need to thrive. Whether your focus is education, the environment, economic justice, racial equity, health, or something else, your ability to advance good policies depends upon having revenue to accomplish those policies. It’s time for all of us to join the conversation, not just “tax and budget” focused organizations.
Join us for a conversation and interactive training on a new communications toolkit designed to put two years of research into easy, everyday language that lead to a paradigm shift in public understanding of the role of government and revenue in shaping thriving communities and a strong economy.
Bellingham Training Details:
Tuesday, May 10th, 2016
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Bellingham Library, Fairhaven Branch, 1117 12th St, Bellingham, WA 98225
Light refreshments will be served.
Please contact Shetha Alaskar at email@example.com
with any questions and concerns.