Join your 36th Legislative District lawmakers for a "remote" town hall meeting on the major issues of the 2021 legislative session! Your citizen legislature has been considering action on a variety of issues, including the coronavirus pandemic, climate change and the environment, consumer data privacy, behavioral health, housing affordability, the state's ...Read More
Dear friends and neighbors, We all recognize that the COVID-19 crisis presents a historic challenge with profound implications for all Washingtonians and our communities. In addition to the heartbreaking pain of so many lives lost across our country, the devastation to our economy will be far-reaching. To help combat that damage, I ...Read More
Dear friends and neighbors, It's clear that the new coronavirus and the disease it causes, COVID-19, presents an unprecedented challenge. I am committed to doing my best to help you and your family get through this crisis. That includes providing resources on measures to help people and businesses whose lives are disrupted. ...Read More
We finished the 2019 Washington legislative session on time and I couldn’t be more excited about our progress advancing meaningful policies that elevate the quality of life of families, children and communities across our state. Here’s an overview of our work in Olympia.Read More
SEATTLE – Sen. Reuven Carlyle (D-Seattle), Rep. Gael Tarleton (D-Ballard) and Rep. Noel Frame (D-Seattle) today welcomed the governor’s signature on budgets that invest substantially in infrastructure in the 36th Legislative District over the next two years.
Gov. Jay Inslee yesterday in Olympia signed a $52.4 billion operating budget ...Read More
Dear friend, The Washington State Legislature concluded our work for the 2018 session on time. Here's a high-level update on our work in Olympia this year. Environment & Technology As the new chair of the Senate Energy, Environment & Technology Committee, I’m proud to lead efforts to tackle some of the most complex, ...Read More
OLYMPIA – Addressing the public statement that the Federation of Tax Administrators (FTA) will abandon federal efforts for taxation of remote sales in favor of supporting state-level policies, Sen. Reuven Carlyle, D-Seattle, released the following: "The group representing the nation’s state tax administrators appears to have given up on any meaningful ...Read More