Town Hall Information

2017 House Democratic Caucus Town Halls Updated 3/8/2017 Town Halls will be held Saturday, March 11, unless otherwise noted in red Not listed: Telephone town halls and town hall meetings that have already occurred. District # Members(s) Location Address Time... READ MORE

MEDIA ADVISORY: Public hearing on Clean Energy Transition Act/HB 1646

Who: Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon, D-Burien, Chair of the House Environment Committee What: Public hearing on House Bill 1646 – the Clean Energy Transition Act When: Tuesday, March 14, at 1:30 p.m. Where: House Hearing Room B, John L. O’Brien Building Why:... READ MORE

Reeves Praises Bipartisan Effort to Pass “Levy Cliff” Bill

OLYMPIA – While Washington schools faced $358 million in budget cuts, including nearly $8 million alone to Federal Way schools, bipartisan effort to pass the “levy cliff” bill moved the policy forward on Wednesday and Thursday. Failure to pass either... READ MORE

Mid-session update from Reps. Tharinger and Chapman

Education, health care and public safety OLYMPIA—At the mid-way point of the 2017 session, Rep. Steve Tharinger (D-Dungeness) and Rep. Mike Chapman (D-Port Angeles) say the House of Representatives has passed key measures on education, health care and public safety.... READ MORE

Rep. John Lovick (D-Mill Creek, center) on the floor of the House of Representatives with Rep. Mike Pellicciotti, Rep. Krstine Reeves, Transportation Chair Rep. Judy Clibborn (seated), Rep. Shelley Kloba and Rep. Christine Kilduff.

Rep. Lovick responds to Sound Transit 3 car tab issue: Relief, Rebate, and Reform

Rep. John Lovick (D-Mill Creek, center) on the floor of the House of Representatives with Rep. Mike Pellicciotti, Rep. Kristine Reeves, Transportation Chair Rep. Judy Clibborn (seated), Rep. Shelley Kloba and Rep. Christine Kilduff. The five standing lawmakers introduced a... READ MORE

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