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State revenue projections for 2017–19 increase by $628 million

Washington’s projected Near General Fund revenue collections for the 2017–19 state budget have increased by nearly $628 million, according to estimates released today by the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council.

“With collections running above the previous forecast and continued positive signs in the underlying economy, we revised the forecast upward,” said Steve Lerch, forecast council executive director.

Today’s forecast is the largest quarterly increase for the state since before the Great Recession.

Inslee releases supplemental budget proposal including full funding of basic education by 2018 school year

Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday released his 2018 supplemental budget, which adds nearly $1 billion to fully fund basic education in time for the 2018 school year and makes modest new investments for emerging and urgent needs such as tools to combat the opioid crisis, emergency preparedness, protection for endangered orcas and mental health.

Appropriations bills - 2018 supplemental

The appropriations bills proposed by Governor Inslee for the 2018 supplemental and any documents referenced in the supplemental appropriations bills are included on this page.

2018 Supplemental Operating - HB 2299/SB 6032

Agency recommendation summaries - 2018 supplemental

Individual agency recommendation summaries display the dollar and FTE differences between each agency’s current 2017-19 expenditure authority and the 2018 supplemental revisions proposed by Governor Inslee. This document also includes the 2018 supplemental capital project agency detail, capital plan project list, fund summary and alternate financing projects.

The following statewide adjustments appear in numerous agency budgets:

Gov. Inslee's proposed 2018 supplemental budget

Budget highlights

Read about the decisions behind Gov. Inslee's budget proposal, highlighting major areas of change.

State revenue forecast for 2017–19 budget inches upward

OLYMPIA – Washington’s projected Near General Fund revenue collections for the 2017–19 state budget have increased by nearly $319 million, according to estimates released today by the Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council. The increased revenue estimate is a 0.7 percent increase over the previous forecast.

“The U.S. and Washington economies continue to perform largely as expected in our September forecast,” said Steve Lerch, forecast council executive director. “As a result, we have made relatively small adjustments in our forecast update.”

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