List of bills passed in 2018 from the Access to Democracy package

Putting People First: Major Progressive Policies in 2018

For years, House Democrats passed progressive policies only to see them stalled in the Republican-controlled Senate. With new leadership in the Senate this year, Democrats led the way on advancing major progressive policies to the governor’s desk. There is more... READ MORE

2018 Town Hall Schedule

Below are the scheduled town halls from the House Democratic Caucus. Check back often for updates.   [table width =”100%” style =”” responsive =”true”] [table_head] [th_column]District[/th_column] [th_column]Member(s)[/th_column] [th_column]Date/Time[/th_column] [th_column]Location[/th_column] [th_column]Notes[/th_column] [/table_head] [table_body] [table_row] [row_column]1[/row_column] [row_column]Rep. Derek Stanford Rep. Shelley Kloba[/row_column]... READ MORE

What’s in the state’s construction budget?

  The state capital budget will create thousands of jobs in every corner of the state. Here are some of the details: A record $1 billion to build new public schools, which would help satisfy the Supreme Court’s McCleary decision... READ MORE

Washington State House Democratic Leadership responds to DACA decision

“The president’s callous decision to rescind the DACA program protecting more than 17,000 young Washingtonians is incredibly disheartening and an affront to the values of our state and our nation. House Democrats stand with our undocumented youth, who came to... READ MORE

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Response to Charlottesville and moving forward in Washington

We are outraged by the violent white supremacist demonstrations in Charlottesville and further condemn Trump’s rhetoric in Phoenix, which perpetuated hatred and bigotry. In response, as Washington House Democrats, we are expressing our strongest commitment to fighting for a more... READ MORE

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