Rep. Cindy Ryu

Power to the people

March 20, 2014

Washington House Democrats

Power to the people

Not every new Washington law makes the headlines, but every single one matters to some individual, group, or institution. For evidence, turn to Rep. Cindy Ryu‘s HB 2140, which was signed by Gov. Jay Inslee this week. It’s what’s known around Olympia as “a good little bill.” If you don’t belong to a state-chartered credit union, it won’t matter to you. In fact, unless you’re a member of a state-chartered credit union that’s hoping to merge with yet another state-chartered … Continue reading

Reps. Kagi and Ryu to host telephone town hall

February 20, 2014

Washington House Democrats

Reps. Kagi and Ryu to host telephone town hall

Reps. Kagi and Ryu will give constituents a mid-session update and answer constituent questions and concerns on state issues. Under the telephone town hall format, thousands of constituents will receive automatically generated telephone calls to their homes in the 32nd Legislative District just before 6 p.m. Wednesday, February 26. The constituents may ask questions for their representatives to answer live by pressing *3 on their phones during the call, and may listen to the questions from their neighbors. If constituents … Continue reading

The dream of MLK is alive today

January 20, 2014

Rep. Cindy Ryu

Reps. Kagi and Ryu tell students to keep dreaming!

January 20, 2014

Washington House Democrats

Reps. Kagi and Ryu tell students to keep dreaming!

Last week, Reps. Kagi and Ryu met with a group of students from LEAP (Latino/a Educational Achievement Project).  LEAP’s mission is ensuring all students graduate from high school with the skills they need to succeed for work or for college! On the first day of session the House passed of the Dream Act, allowing all deserving children, regardless of their immigration status, a fair shot at financial aid for college.   With this in mind, Reps. Kagi and Ryu offered … Continue reading

New law means safer neighborhood streets

May 23, 2013

Washington House Democrats

New law means safer neighborhood streets

Lower speeds in your neighborhood can be a matter of life and death. If you’re walking or biking in a crosswalk and hit by a car going 30 miles an hour, your chance of dying is 40 percent, according to a story in the Seattle Bike Blog. When the speed of that car drops to 20 miles an hour, your chance of dying drops to 5 percent. But lowering a neighborhood speed limit isn’t easy. A city or county needs … 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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