When election-year restrictions are in place, lawmakers who are up for re-election must limit outreach and external communications, including not sending out email updates after April 12, and not posting new content on our websites after June 30.
However, if you need information or have a legislative issue, please feel free to contact me with your requests and concerns and I will do my best to return your call, email or letter promptly.
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- Visit the House Democrats’ priorities page
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- Read the House Democrats’ blog, The Advance
- Check out my news archive
Please keep in mind I am your representative year around, so don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Reps. Mike Sells and June Robinson, and Sen. John McCoy
We finished our business on time this year, adjourning just before midnight on the 60th day. The most-publicized matter before us was finding a compromise on the supplemental operating budget. We reached agreement on a modest no-new-taxes budget that protects our safety net and makes some significant investments, such as: • Funding to make services available for 5,000 more people with developmental disabilities. • $11.7 million in additional funding for desperately needed mental health services. • $58 million in extra … Continue reading
Washington House Democrats
Having struck compromise gold on a supplemental operating budget and some other prickly issues, the 2014 Legislature adjourned on time last week. State Rep. June Robinson is happily back home in the 38th Legislative District now. She’s getting reacquainted with family and friends, not to mention revisiting sights and sounds in Everett, Marysville, and Tulalip. Robinson and her legislative assistant, Jordan Smith, have already opened a district office in Everett City Hall. The address is 2930 Wetmore Avenue, Suite 9C-2, … Continue reading
Rep. June Robinson
State Rep. June Robinson and other legislators recently joined in commemorating Navy Day 2014 in the Washington State House of Representatives. In the Monday morning, March 10, celebration of the Navy, Robinson emphasized that Naval Station Everett is a huge and influential part of everyday life in Snohomish County. The Everett lawmaker spoke in support of a House “floor resolution” proclaiming Navy Day. Rear Admiral Bette Bolivar, shown here to Robinson’s left, was one of the naval women and men … Continue reading
Rep. June Robinson
It’s on to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk for a school-accountability and government-efficiency measure sponsored by Rep. June Robinson to: Improve education for at-risk youngsters. Reduce costs for school districts. Robinson’s proposal, House Bill 2276, would allow the state’s Educational Service Districts (ESDs) — including Northwest ESD No. 189 — to contract directly with a county for education services for students residing in a county’s detention center. Existing state law directs that such a contract must be drawn up between the … Continue reading
Rep. June Robinson
Calling the program “particularly important to the aerospace cluster in the Paine Field area,” a new state legislator is working to round up more financial support for the University Center of North Puget Sound — Washington State University’s growing high-tech site in North Everett. “If we can enhance our Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) offerings in that area, it will be a boon to our state’s efforts to keep high-paying engineering and skills jobs in the region,” Rep. June … Continue reading
Rep. June Robinson talks about a bill to help prospective tenants not have to pay for multiple screening reports within 30 days. This bill will help low-income individuals and families find affordable housing.