Rep. Cindy Ryu
OLYMPIA — State Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Shoreline, and State Rep. Cindy Ryu, D-Shoreline, will host a town hall meeting from 2 to 3:30 p.m. March 14 at the Shoreline Fire Department at 17525 Aurora Ave. North. “These kinds of meetings are terrific venues for candid discussions of the issues and priorities important to the 32nd District and our state,” Chase said. “With the 2015 legislative session underway, we can discuss the critical issues that we are facing in Olympia.” The … Continue reading
Rep. Cindy Ryu
Dear Friends of the 32nd District: Greetings to all of you! I hope that my first electronic newsletter of 2015 finds you and your loved ones well. If you have any ideas to improve our schools, fix traffic or make it easier for middle-class families, I’d love to hear your thoughts or your family’s story. This newsletter is meant to keep you informed about issues important to our neighborhoods. The State Budget Every two years, the Legislature writes the state … Continue reading
Washington House Democrats
OLYMPIA — House Democrats elected a wide mix of lawmakers to posts in leadership: three women and two men, an experienced lawmaker from Spokane and a freshmen from Federal Way. Deputy Floor Leaders: Rep. Gael Tarleton (D-Ballard) and Rep. Steve Bergquist (D-Renton). As deputy floor leaders, Tarleton and Bergquist will help shepherd legislation on the floor the House of Representatives, where all 98 lawmakers have the final say on bills before they go to the Senate or to the governor’s … Continue reading
Rep. Cindy Ryu
Rep. Cindy Ryu (D-Shoreline) with students in a bilingual class in the Kent School District. Ryu and other lawmakers visited as part of Bilingual Education Day on June 9.
How can we make our roads safer? Lawmakers and staff are working on the problem, especially with many high school students skipping driver’s education classes and instead waiting until they’re 18 to get their license by taking the test. This photo is from a meeting of the Driver Education Work Group in Olympia. Click here to read about the problem and possible solutions. Photo courtesy of Legislative Support Services.
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Rep. Cindy Ryu talks about wage theft–when hard-working employees aren’t compensating on time or in full for their work. House Bill 2333 would address this issue, protecting workers from being threatened or intimidated by their employers.
April 18 – Rep. Cindy Ryu discusses how she’s working to keep neighborhood streets safe in this week’s legislative update.
Rep. Cindy Ryu talks about payday loans in this week’s legislative update.
Part 2 of Rep. Cindy Ryu’s discussion about payday loans.
Part 3 of Rep. Cindy Ryu’s discussion about payday loans.
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2012 Legislative Wrap-Up