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Klippert says no new taxes needed as revenue and caseload forecasts are up
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 19, 2013 CONTACT: Kurt Hammond, Public Information Officer- (360) 786-7794 Klippert says no new taxes needed as revenue and caseload forecasts are up The Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council released the quarterly report on state tax collections today. Continue reading
Rep. Klippert has two bills signed into law, including measure allowing schools to administer nasal spray medication for students
Today the governor signed two bills prime-sponsored by Rep. Brad Klippert including a potentially life-saving measure for students who suffer from epileptic seizures. Last year, a constituent requested Rep. Klippert consider sponsoring legislation that would allow a trained person at schools to administer nasal spray medication to students. Continue reading
Richland High School student spends a week inside Olympia’s Legislature
Richland High School student Amanda Landon paged in the state House of Representatives during the regular legislative session. She was sponsored by 8th Legislative District Rep. Brad Klippert, R-Kennewick. Amanda, 15, is the daughter of Kip and Megan Landon of Richland. Continue reading
Capital High School student serves as a legislative page
Capital High School student T.J. Haslett paged in the state House of Representatives April 1 through April 5. He was sponsored by 8th Legislative District Rep. Brad Klippert. T.J., 15, is the son of Kirk Edward Haslett and Amber Lynn Haslett-Kern. Continue reading
A message from Rep. Brad Klippert: April 18, 2013
Klippert e-mail update – vote on House Democrat operating budget that increases taxes; House transportation budget without tax increases; legislative shootout; and beef day. Continue reading
Rep. Klippert: The week ahead: April 1, 2013
Rep. Klippert’s “The Week Ahead” April 1 -5 Continue reading
Rep. Klippert: The week ahead: March 25, 2013
We still have a full schedule of public hearings and committee meetings this week to consider Senate bills sent to us. Below is a list of some of the more interesting public hearings and work sessions this week.
Just a reminder, I am not advocating “for” or “against” any of the bills in this e-mail update. This update is to keep you informed on what is happening in Olympia and give you the opportunity to possibly testify or offer comment on bills that could impact you. For those of you who have sent e-mail; THANK YOU! Your comments are appreciated.
MONDAY, MARCH 25
Hospital Safety Net Assessment – Public Hearing on House Bill 2016 – House Appropriations Committee, House Hearing Rm. A @ 3:30 p.m.
Naming I-5 the Purple Heart Trail – Public Hearing on Senate Joint Memorial 8001 – House Transportation Committee, House Hearing Rm. B @ 3:30 p.m.
Limiting Transportation Bond Terms to 15 Years – Public Hearing on House Bill 1989 – House Transportation Committee, House Hearing Rm. B @ 3:30 p.m. Continue reading
A message from Rep. Brad Klippert: March 21, 2013
Brad Klippert Home | About Brad | Brad’s Newsroom | Sponsored Bills | 8th Legislative District Map Dear Friends and Neighbors, I want to thank each and every one of you who attended the town hall events this last weekend. It was great to see Continue reading
Rep. Brad Klippert: The Week Ahead and Town Hall Meeting Information: March 15, 2013
Rep. Brad Klippert’s e-mail update for the week ending March 15, which includes information on the March 16 town hall meetings with Sen. Sharon Brown and The Week Ahead bill hearing schedule. Continue reading
Klippert bill providing public safety measures for Department of Corrections passes House
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 13, 2013 CONTACT: Kurt Hammond, Public Information Officer – (360) 786-7794 Rep. Brad Klippert – (360) 786-7882 Klippert bill providing public safety measures for Department of Corrections passes House A bill that would exempt the Washington State Department of Continue reading
My updates of the 2013 session:My speech against tax increases, April 24, 2013: