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House Bill 1907 was signed into law on Friday. Sponsored by Reps. Ed Orcutt and Richard DeBolt, it will protect the ownership of burial plots in cemeteries that have been abandoned....

Rep. Liz Pike has scheduled the second in a series of “Transportation Solutions” Town Hall meetings for May 20 to hear from 18th District constituents about local transportation issues and concerns....

The 105-day regular session of the Washington State Legislature finished April 23, and although lawmakers have been called into an immediate 30-day session, 16th District legislators have re-opened their district offices...

Legislation helping disabled veterans with adapted housing costs was signed into law today. Rep. Vicki Kraft, R-Vancouver, sponsored the bill that helps disabled veterans with some of the costs associated with...

Now that the 105-day regular session of the Washington State Legislature is complete, Rep. Norm Johnson has re-opened his 14th District office in Yakima. The district office closed while the Legislature...

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed three bills into law authored by 10th District State Rep. Dave Hayes. House Bill 1369 will help veterans become eligible for hiring benefits immediately upon honorable discharge...

Marijuana stores will have the ability to provide lockable drug boxes to qualifying patients and customers thanks to a bill sponsored by Rep. Dan Griffey that was signed into law today....

Reps. Bob McCaslin and David Taylor release a statement following the governor's partial veto of McCaslin's school siting bill, HB 1017.

Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, saw his second bill signed into law on Tuesday. House Bill 1515 provides flexibility for doctors and other health care practitioners to prescribe disabled parking placards....

Gov. Jay Inslee today signed Rep. Brandon Vick’s legislation that will expand on Washington state’s crowdfunding law and increase access to capital for small business. Vick said House Bill 1593 is a...