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Tuition lock – Goodman bill has successful public hearing

February 18, 2015

Washington House Democrats

Tuition lock – Goodman bill has successful public hearing

OLYMPA – Today, in the House Higher Education Committee, HB 1988, the “Tuition Lock” sponsored by Rep. Roger Goodman, D-Kirkland, had a successful public hearing. “As far as I’m concerned, higher education is the top priority in my district,” Goodman said in his testimony. “The vast majority of people in the 45th legislative district are families with children who want to attend college. These and other families across Washington are worried about the increasing cost of their kids’ college education.” … Continue reading

Children’s Day!

February 16, 2015

Washington House Democrats

Children’s Day!

Rep. Goodman’s children were able to make it down to the legislature for Children’s Day today.  Each year, children of staff and legislators get to come down and sit on the House Floor.  There is singing, a resolution read and usually pizza too! Rep. Goodman’s two kids are Children’s Day veterans but were especially excited this year as they were able to meet Governor Inslee and serve as honorary Pages in the afternoon.  It’s always lots of fun to have the family … Continue reading

Restorative justice, it works!

February 10, 2015

Washington House Democrats

Restorative justice, it works!

Three years ago Rep. Goodman paved a new, smarter, more effective path to justice in our state’s system.  He passed a bill, HB 1775, that legalized the use of restorative justice. Restorative justice is a theory of justice that repairs the harm caused by an offender’s behavior through a cooperative processes that includes both the victim and the offender. This year, Rep. Goodman is expanding on that success with a new proposal, HB 1505 that will allow judges the discretion to apply … Continue reading

Listen to the 45th District Telephone Town Hall

February 5, 2015

Washington House Democrats

Listen to the 45th District Telephone Town Hall

Last week Representatives Goodman and Springer hosted the State Legislature’s first telephone town hall of the year. Under the format, thousands of constituents received a phone call just after 6pm and had the opportunity to have a live conversation with Representatives Goodman and Springer, and listen to questions from their friends and neighbors. Hundreds of people participated and the representatives answered questions on education, healthcare, public safety and transportation. You can listen to the whole event here. Click to download … Continue reading

Rep. Goodman drops “Tuition Lock” bill

February 3, 2015

Washington House Democrats

Rep. Goodman drops “Tuition Lock” bill

Rep. Goodman believes college should be affordable, and that parents should be able to plan for the cost of their children’s college. That’s why today, he dropped a bill called “Tuition Lock”. If the bill passes, students who finish college on time will pay the same tuition all four years.






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Springer-Goodman 2014 Newsletter

Rep. Roger Goodman talks about the Dream Act and the opportunity it will provide for Washington students. Rep. Goodman also updates constituents on some of his legislation, including his firearms restrictions for perpetrators of domestic violence.

Rep. Roger Goodman talks about his work during the beginning of the current legislative session and what a “typical day” looks like for him. He also highlights one of the bills he is currently championing.

Rep. Roger Goodman talks about the bills that are most important to him this session, including restricting access to firearms for domestic violence perpetrators with protection orders against them. Rep. Goodman also talks about providing adequate legal representation for foster children. Rep. Roger Goodman talks about his efforts to lower K-12 class sizes and give schools adequate resources so that all children get an opportunity to learn. Rep. Roger Goodman discusses the beginning of the 2014 legislative session. First and foremost on Goodman’s mind is education and transportation funding. Goodman also shares his priorities for the next 60 days.

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