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08 Dec
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MyEdmondsNews: Liias reelected majority floor leader in State Senate

State Sen. Marko Liias, who represents the 21st District that includes parts of Edmonds and Lynnwood, was unanimously reelected as majority floor leader by his Senate Democratic Caucus peers on Monday, a position he has held since 2017. “It’s an honor ...

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03 Dec
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Sen. Andy Billig’s statement on Sen. John Braun’s election as Republican Minority leader

“Congratulations to Sen. John Braun. This is a well-earned honor for someone who has been at the center of many of the key decisions that have impacted our state in recent years. “I have frequently found myself in deep policy ...

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30 Nov
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Senate Democrats set committees, leadership for 2021

OLYMPIA – The Senate Democratic Caucus on Monday voted to confirm committee membership and leadership positions ahead of the 2021 Legislative session. “I am proud of the work Senate Democrats have done in putting people first in recent years,” said ...

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20 Nov
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Statement from Sen. Christine Rolfes on COVID-19 economic aid for businesses and individuals

OLYMPIA – State Senator Christine Rolfes (D-Bainbridge Island), chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee, released this statement following today’s announcement from Gov. Jay Inslee on economic relief for individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19. “This economic aid package ...

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18 Nov
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Statement from Sen. Christine Rolfes on November revenue forecast

OLYMPIA – State Senator Christine Rolfes (D-Bainbridge Island), chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee, released this statement following today’s Economic and Revenue Forecast Council meeting: “This updated forecast will put the Legislature in a better position to meet ...

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16 Nov
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COVID-19 Recursos para nuestros vecinos Latinx

COVID – Latinx resources one pager FLYER FORMAT SPANISH – 10.27.20

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16 Nov
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COVID-19 Resources for our Latinx Neighbors (English)

COVID – Latinx resources one pager FLYER FORMAT – 10.27.20

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Uli Fuamaila, 73, and his twin 8-year-old grandkids Neamiah, right, and Naomi in their Federal Way home on June 3, 2019. Fuamaila raises the twins, along with his 2-year-old grandson. (Photo by Dorothy Edwards/Crosscut)
12 Nov
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Crosscut: Washington considers narrowing its eviction moratorium

Shukura Wilford hasn't lost her job, but that doesn't mean she isn't struggling to pay her rent. Were it not for the state's ban on evictions, Wilford, a single mother of three who works at Seattle Public Schools, wonders what ...

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09 Nov
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Sen. Billig reelected Senate Majority Leader, Sen. Hasegawa elected Caucus Chair

Sen. Andy Billig (D-Spokane) was reelected Senate Majority Leader on Monday by the members of the Senate Democratic Caucus. Sen. Bob Hasegawa was elected Caucus Chair, filling the position left vacant with the retirement of former Sen. John McCoy in ...

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23 Sep
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Statement from Sen. Christine Rolfes on state revenue forecast

OLYMPIA – State Senator Christine Rolfes (D-Bainbridge Island), chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee, released this statement following today’s Economic and Revenue Forecast Council meeting: “Washington’s diverse economy is showing signs of resilience. While we will still face ...

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