Washington State House Democrats


The 33rd District’s other legislators in the news

While Rep. Gregerson is a newcomer to the Legislature who is serving in her first session – she was  appointed to a House vacancy in late 2013 – her fellow legislators from the 33rd District are veterans of the House and Senate. Rep. Tina Orwall was first elected to the House in 2008; Sen. Karen Keiser served five years in the House before moving to the Senate in 2001.

Here are some recent news articles involving Rep. Orwall and Sen. Keiser.

Rep. Orwall:

Editorial: Give sex-trafficking victims a fresh start

Bill would allow prostitution convictions to be vacated

Tough legislative fight could be ahead for suicide prevention bill

Motion urging State Legislative action on human trafficking unanimously passes County Council

Pierce County case highlights need for mental health reform

Moving Past ‘The Life’: New Bill Would Allow Erasing Prostitution Convictions From Record

Bill sparks conflict about suicide-prevention training

Foreclosure Fairness Act 2.5 years later

Bill sparks conflict about state’s role in regulating training for health care professionals

Bills seek moratorium on destroying DNA evidence


Sen. Keiser:

Health database requirement cut from bill

Tanning booth ban for minors passes Senate

State’s health exchange will have to slim down in 2015

Bill would provide tax break on health premiums for self-employed people

Kirkland hospital to change procedures for ‘boarding’ mentally ill

Jolt: State GOP tries to undo SeaTac, preempt Seattle on minimum wage