Scientific American: A “Green New Deal” Is Already Taking Shape at the State Level | February 18, 2019
Several states are working to decarbonize their electric sectors with options from solar power to nuclear energy
InvestigateWest: Washington May Require More Climate-Friendly Motor Fuels | January 31, 2019
Read about the low carbon fuel standards my colleagues are working on this year. Washington may require more climate-friendly motor fuels
Queen Anne & Magnolia NewsPassage of state’s capital budget means key funds locally | January 29, 2018
The long-awaited passage of the state’s $4.2 billion capital budget in the opening weeks of the legislative session means much-needed funds for a bevy of local projects.
Queen Anne & Magnolia News:Legislators chart course for session | January 7, 2018
The 2018 legislative session starts on Monday in Olympia, and local lawmakers are hopeful that this year, they’ll be done on time. …
My BallardRep. Gael Tarleton recognized for career and technical education advocacy | August 9, 2017
Our State Representative Gael Tarleton (D-Ballard) has been recognized for her work to raise funds for career and technical education (CTE) in middle and high schools and skill centers.