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Update from Olympia February 8, 2018 Share my E-newsletter Please be sure to subscribe to my newsletter if you already haven’t. Feel free to share this with others that live in our district. You can forward this e-mail to them or click on the share button below. You can also read previous editions... Read More...
Your Voice in Olympia Update from Olympia December 22, 2017 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, Things are quiet in Olympia for the most part during this time of year. Legislators are back in their districts meeting with constituents and preparing for the upcoming 2018 legislative session. I want to thank everyone who has reached out... Read More...
Looking back at a record of accomplishments Update from Olympia November 21, 2017 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, The 2018 legislative session will present challenges and opportunities as control of the state Senate has changed. After five years, our Republican-led coalition will be in the minority, but we have a record of bipartisan accomplishments of which to be... Read More...
Interim Update: Education, Capital Budget and More… Update from Olympia November 1, 2017 Share my E-newsletter Do you know others in our district who would like to receive my e-news updates? Please feel free to forward this e-mail invitation to them or click on the share button below. You can also read previous editions of my e-newsletter... Read More...
End of Session Update July 1, 2017 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, The Legislature has reached an historic budget agreement that puts students first. For the first time in over 30 years over 50 percent of the state’s budget (which will be nearly $44 billion for 2017-19) will go toward meeting our state’s obligation to... Read More...
Spin Control – What you may not be hearing about our education plan Special Session Update June 9, 2017 Greetings Friends and Neighbors! During this second special session of the Legislature, budget negotiators are still working together to find common ground on funding the real priorities of state government, and prioritize investments in our state’s K-12 system. I have been busy visiting schools in... Read More...
Education Feedback Special Session Update May 24, 2017 Greetings Friends and Neighbors! While budget negotiators are working at the Capitol to finalize our state’s new two-year operating budget, I have been connecting with leaders in our community. Recently, the chair of the Senate education committee and I met with school superintendents from... Read More...
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