Category Archives: Steve Tharinger
Below you’ll find a recording of the 24th Legislative District Telephone Town Hall from Monday, March 23, with Reps. Tharinger and Van De Wege.
Representative Steve Tharinger (D-Dungeness) has been named vice chair of the Finance Committee for the 2015 Legislative Session of the State House of Representatives. “Funding our education system and crucial state services is a big task and as the Finance Committee vice chair, I plan on working with members of both parties to revise the state’s tax system to better align with Washington state’s 21st century economy. The current tax system deprives the state from needed revenue to fund rural … Continue reading
Rep. Steve Tharinger (D-Sequim) was first elected to the Legislature in 2010. Since that time he has left a mark regarding health care access that is quite… well… remarkable. In just the last session, Steve was the prime sponsor of bills to: Expand East Asian medical practitioner’s scope to include reflexology Expand the number of allopathic physicians by allowing certified, foreign doctors to provide care in the state without jeopardizing patient safety Create a joint legislative committee to address the … Continue reading
OLYMPIA – The House unanimously passed two bills on Monday February 3rd that were proposed by 24th Legislative District Democrat Steve Tharinger. “These bills will help open access to results driven modes of medicine,” Rep. Tharinger said after the unanimous votes on the House floor. “Washingtonians deserve to have the choice of medicine and medical practices that best suits their needs and desired outcomes. These bills will help promote better access to medical practitioners.” HB 1339 expands an East Asian … Continue reading