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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
January 2001
Prevention programs are often though of as investments in the future; that is, spending money today on successful prevention programs can produce taxpayer and other savings for years into the future.  Just as any investor might examine the content of his or her portfolio from time to time, this study provides a snapshot of the total amount of prevention-related spending by Washington State Government during the 1999-2001 biennium.  Programs that address at-risk youth behaviors are the focus of this spending account. 
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