Gov. Inslee signs Substitute House Bill No. 2367, March 15, 2018. Relating to establishing a child care collaborative task force. Primary Sponsor: Kristine Reeves

Reeves Appointed to Task Force Charged with Addressing Child Care Costs

OLYMPIA – State Representative Kristine Reeves, D-Federal Way, is recognized in Olympia for spearheading legislation to increase affordability and access to childcare this year. Because of her efforts, Reeves has been appointed to the Child Care Collaborative Task Force. The... READ MORE

Rep. Javier Valdez appointed to Pesticide Application Safety Work Group

OLYMPIA – Pesticide application is an important public health and workplace safety issue. This year the Legislature passed SB 6529 creating a work group, charged with reviewing data to help develop strategies to make pesticide application safer. Rep. Javier Valdez... READ MORE

Senn Receives 2018 Champion for Children and Youth Award

OLYMPIA – State Representative Tana Senn, D-Mercer Island, was recently honored for her work advocating for policies and investments to promote positive outcomes for children and youth. On Tuesday, April 17, Senn received the 2018 Washington Champion for Children and... READ MORE

One Washington: Lawmakers host rural summit in Port Angeles on May 10

OLYMPIA—Lawmakers and leaders from near and far, including Speaker of the House Frank Chopp and state Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz, are scheduled to come to Port Angeles on May 10 to discuss rural economic development. “This is about... READ MORE

You’re invited: Rep. Lovick hosts telephone town hall and coffee chats

OLYMPIA—All residents of the 44th Legislative District are invited to participate in a telephone town hall and two coffee chats, both hosted by Rep. John Lovick (D-Mill Creek). “Listening to the citizens is a fundamental part of our American democracy,”... READ MORE

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