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House Floor Debate Highlights

Catalog of Crises in Washington State

Media Availabilities

Watch: House Republican videos

Videos are a key way that we share what we’re hearing from our constituents and what is going on in the Legislature. In our videos, we share updates from legislators on recent policy proposals, explanations of the legislative process, House floor speeches and more.


Editorial boards criticize Democrats’ policies, processes

Editorial boards from news media outlets across Washington state have frequently questioned Democratic leadership and opposed many of their misguided policies. In fact, over the the last the five years, editorial boards wrote more than 160 opinion pieces critical of the majority party.

House Republican bills signed into law

During the 2023 and 2024 legislative sessions, 116 bills prime sponsored by Washington House Republicans were passed by the Legislature and sent to the governor’s desk to be signed. You can learn more about each of these bills in this comprehensive summary.


Holding state government accountable

With the last 39 years of Democratic control of the governor’s mansion, we have seen many failures in state government – including a number problems since Gov. Jay Inslee took office in January 2013. In many cases, it’s leadership in state government that has failed – not front-line state employees.

Watch: House Republican videos

Videos are a key way that we share what we’re hearing from our constituents and what is going on in the Legislature. In our videos, we share updates from legislators on recent policy proposals, explanations of the legislative process, House floor speeches and more.


House Republican bills signed into law

During the 2023 and 2024 legislative sessions, 116 bills prime sponsored by Washington House Republicans were passed by the Legislature and sent to the governor’s desk to be signed. You can learn more about each of these bills in this comprehensive summary.


Editorial boards criticize Democrats’ policies, processes

Editorial boards from news media outlets across Washington state have frequently questioned Democratic leadership and opposed many of their misguided policies. In fact, over the the last the five years, editorial boards wrote more than 160 opinion pieces critical of the majority party.


Holding state government accountable

With the last 39 years of Democratic control of the governor’s mansion, we have seen many failures in state government – including a number problems since Gov. Jay Inslee took office in January 2013. In many cases, it’s leadership in state government that has failed – not front-line state employees.