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News Releases

In the wake of last week’s FDA announcement, 19th District state Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, has called on the governor to end his emergency mandate requiring state employees and other workers...

May 10, 2022

Abortion is a sensitive public policy issue that involves intensely personal matters of life, death, and choice. For these reasons, the emerging story around the leak of an early draft U.S....

May 5, 2022

Rep. Brad Klippert, in collaboration with the Washington State Commission of Hispanic Affairs and local constituents, will host a community listening session and question-and-answer event with Latino and Hispanic residents... ...

May 5, 2022

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, who noted that Washington state has been under more than two years of governance via emergency orders, bypassing the normal legislative process, issued the following statement after...

April 28, 2022

Rep. Mary Dye, ranking Republican on the House Environment and Energy Committee, released the following statement regarding Earth Day events in Washington state, including a visit to Seattle by President... ...

April 22, 2022

State Representative Peter Abbarno congratulated the Pacific Northwest Early Learning Center in Centralia for being awarded $900,000 from the Early Learning Facilities (ELF) Capital Facilities Competitive Grant Program.  The Washington... ...

April 15, 2022

A bill sponsored by Rep. Matt Boehnke seeking to create jobs and increase education and training opportunities in the retail industry has been signed into law by Governor Jay Inslee.... ...

April 13, 2022

Rep. Brandon Vick, R-Vancouver, announced today he will not run for re-election to the Washington State Legislature later this year. Vick, who is in the middle of his tenth year as a... ...

April 13, 2022

Rep. Gina Mosbrucker is “extremely disappointed” that Gov. Jay Inslee has vetoed House Bill 1623 in its entirety, despite the measure gaining unanimous approval by 147 lawmakers in committees and... ...

April 5, 2022

Three bills authored by Rep. Gina Mosbrucker were signed into law this week by Gov. Jay Inslee. During ceremonies Thursday morning at a Snohomish County tribal casino resort in Tulalip,... ...

April 1, 2022