House bill 1415
Confront drug addiction
House Bill 1415 would recriminalize the possession of hard drugs, like fentanyl and heroin, by making the knowing possession of a controlled substance a gross misdemeanor offense.
Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, talks about her legislation (HB 1415) that would fix the state Supreme Court’s “Blake Decision” that decriminalized drug possession and use in Washington state. Her bill would make drug use illegal again and get addicts and those in mental health crisis access to the services they need, while stopping hard drug use outside of schools and in our communities.
Rep. Maycumber proposes legislation to make drug use illegal again
‘We’ve seen this dangerous shift the last few years with Olympia adopting laws that seem to favor criminals over victims,’ says Maycumber According to the Washington State Department of Health, overdose…
Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, talks about her bills that would criminalize drug possession and increase the presence of police officers in the state. She also expresses support for the police pursuit bill, HB 1053.
Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, speaks with KTTH host Jason Rantz about her bill to fix the state Supreme Court’s Blake decision and make drug use illegal again. She also discusses problems with restricting police pursuits and how families and communities in her district and around the state are feeling less safe since “reform” bills passed by Democrats have gone into effect.