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House passes Senn legislation on children’s mental health

OLYMPIA—Earlier this week, the House of Representatives passed legislation to improve access to mental health services for children and youth on a strong, bipartisan vote of 84-14. House Bill 2779, sponsored by long-time champion of children’s mental health, Rep. Tana… READ MORE

House passes Fitzgibbon climate bill updating emissions reduction targets

A bill amending the state’s greenhouse gas reduction targets to align with the latest climate science cleared the House this afternoon, just ahead of the Legislature’s House of Origin cutoff deadline. House Bill 1144, sponsored by Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon, D-West… READ MORE

MEDIA ADVISORY – 46th Legislative District Telephone Town Hall

Who: Sen. David Frockt, Rep. Gerry Pollet, and Rep. Javier Valdez – The 46th Legislative District legislators representing part of King County and the city of Seattle including Lake Forest Park, Kenmore and Lake City. What: Tele-Town Hall meeting with 46th… READ MORE

Surprise Billing Legislation Passes for Second Year in a Row

OLYMPIA—For the second year in a row, the House passed legislation to put an end to surprise emergency room bills. The legislation, HB 2114, ends the practice of “balanced billing” and stems from reports to the Legislature and the Office… READ MORE

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