News Releases

Rep. Gina McCabe, R-Goldendale, will be visiting cities throughout the 14th Legislative District Aug. 22-23 to provide a recap of the 2017 legislative session — the longest legislative session in state...

Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, has received the Washington Business Alliance 2017 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Legislator of the Year Award for his leadership on behalf of CTE students statewide. Harris who co-chairs...

Rep. Mary Dye’s passion in bringing the essential service of broadband fiber and infrastructure to rural Washington continues to be one of her main legislative priorities. With Dye’s dedication to this...

The Legislature’s record 193-day session ended Thursday evening when the body failed to pass both a remedy to the recent rural water rights case known as the Hirst decision and the...

Forty-second District Reps. Vincent Buys and Luanne Van Werven issued the following joint statement today after the Legislature adjourned Thursday without passing legislation to address the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision that jeopardizes...

“We’re disappointed that Hirst negotiations ended at an impasse. In the end, the House Democrats failed to bring any Hirst-related bill to the floor for a vote. If they would have...

Rep. Mark Harmsworth, R-Mill Creek, is calling on the Legislature to act before the conclusion of the third special legislative session on bills proposed to bring relief to taxpayers on high...

19th District Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, discusses the most important property rights issue to face Washington state in over 20-years, the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision. Walsh shares the importance of...

Rep. Dick Muri, R-Steilacoom, was recently appointed to the Joint House and Senate Education Accountability Oversight Committee. The working group helps identify and recommend options for tracking performance and critical measures...

A bill sponsored by Senate Republicans designed to help community and technical colleges expand was signed into law recently by the governor. Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, was part of a group...