Rep. Cindy Ryu

Update from Rep. Cindy Ryu on the budget, education and safety net

March 30, 2015

Rep. Cindy Ryu

Dear Friends, I hope that you are all well. Thank you to all who contacted my office since the beginning of session, and to everyone who made the effort to come all the way to Olympia. It was such a pleasure to see you! I apologize to the many of you who were unable to meet with me in person due to my heavy schedule. I do hope that should you travel down next year, we have a chance to talk, … Continue reading

Huskies at the state capitol

March 20, 2015

Rep. Cindy Ryu

Huskies at the state capitol

I am proud to be a Husky with a  B.S. in Microbiology (1980) and an MBA in Operations Management (1983). My husband and all three of our children are also Huskies, as are all of my brothers. I wish all UW students a wonderful Spring Break and a great Spring Quarter!

Mid-session update: House passes legislation boosting minimum wage, equal pay, sick leave

March 17, 2015

Rep. Cindy Ryu

OLYMPIA—At the beginning of the year, lawmakers had introduced thousands of ideas. Now that the legislative session is more than half over, it’s clear what ideas are still alive and have a chance of becoming law. “Jobs, education and transportation are still the big issues,” said Rep. Cindy Ryu (D-Shoreline). “Solutions for our families and neighborhoods can come from reforms and policy changes, or by money in the budget. I’m happy to say key reforms have passed the House and … Continue reading

UPDATE: Today’s House vote on Minimum Wage bill likely at 2 p.m. instead of 4

March 3, 2015

Washington House Democrats

UPDATE: Today’s House vote on Minimum Wage bill likely at 2 p.m. instead of 4

The House of Representatives will consider the minimum wage bill, as well as other middle-class prosperity bills today starting at 2 p.m. instead of 4 p.m. as previously announced.   The House Rules room will be open to members of the media and stakeholders at 2 p.m. – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – The House of Representatives will debate House Bill 1355 as well as other middle-class prosperity bills … Continue reading

Citizens invited to town hall meeting on March 14

February 24, 2015

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

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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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