Category Archives: Jake Fey
Thank you for visiting my website. As you may know, this is an election year and we are required to follow legislative ethics rules to ensure state resources are not used for campaign purposes. These election-year restrictions include posting updates on my activity to this website. Just because it’s an election year doesn’t mean I stop working for you though. If you need information or have a legislative issue, please don’t hesitate to get in-touch with me via e-mail or … Continue reading
Tuesday marked the House of Origin cut-off, which means that bills originating in the Senate must be passed to the House and vice versa. Otherwise they are dead for this year – unless, of course, the bill is related to the budget. Town hall meeting this Saturday! Come and join Senator Jeannie Darneille, Representative Laurie Jinkins, and me as we host a mid-session town hall to discuss issues important to the 27th Legislative District. Get an update on the legislative … Continue reading
27th District Legislators Senator Jeannie Darneille, Representative Laurie Jinkins and Representative Jake Fey will give a mid-legislative session update and answer questions from constituents on issues important to them. Here are the details: What: District Town Hall When: Saturday, February 22, 10am-12pm Where: Jason Lee Middle School Cafeteria, 602 North Sprague Ave, Tacoma Residents of the district are encouraged to attend and let legislator know what matters to them this legislative session. Doors open and sign-in begins at 9:30.
Our busy third week of session ended on a particularly high note – we recognized the men and women of Washington’s National Guard in both the House and Senate Friday. It’s a very moving experience to meet some of the Guard’s 8400 citizen-soldiers and airmen who do so much for our state. I had the particular honor of giving a speech in support of the House resolution and getting a chance to recognize one of the many heroes who serve … Continue reading
Priorities for 2014 The New Year brought with it new committee assignments, and I am excited to get to work. In addition to the House Transportation Committee and House Environment Committee, which I served on last year, I will be sitting on the House Education Committee and House Technology & Economic Development Committee this session. Here are some of the important policies I will be working on this year: In the Education Committee, which handles everything related to our K-12 … Continue reading