Category Archives: Blog

10 Feb
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VIDEO UPDATE: Replacing the I-5 bridge will transform our region

In this short video, Sen. Annette Cleveland joins her Oregon counterpart, Rep. Susan McLain, in explaining the many dramatic benefits of replacing the I-5 bridge, a cornerstone of the transportation revenue package moving through the Washington State Senate this week.

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12 Mar
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Clark County lawmaker, Latino group call for racial equity in vaccine distribution

You can read this Oregon Public Broadcasting story in full at this link.

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10 May
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Find COVID-19 updates at coronavirus.wa.gov and esd.wa.gov

Since election-year restrictions prevent me from updating my website during the campaign season, I am unable to post updates on the coronavirus pandemic until after the November election. If at any time you would like to check for updates on the ...

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07 May
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Beyond the pandemic: More improvements in health care

Though the coronavirus pandemic remains my primary focus as we manage this continuing crisis, it’s worth reviewing some of the non-pandemic work of the 2020 legislative session. In addition to the legislation we passed prior to adjournment this year to ...

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20 Apr
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WATCH: Virtual town hall answers pandemic questions

To provide important information on the coronavirus pandemic, I hosted a virtual town hall last week with my seatmates, Rep. Sharon Wylie and Rep. Monica Stonier, and we streamed the meeting live on our Facebook websites. Knowing how the pandemic ...

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01 Apr
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How you can help during the pandemic

It is difficult times like these that bring out the best in people, and there’s no better proof of that than right here in Clark County. I have been inundated these past couple of weeks with messages from so many ...

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25 Mar
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Q&A – How the coronavirus may affect childcare

As we continue to deal with the coronavirus, I’m hearing from households with questions about childcare access and availability. Gov. Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order this week deems childcare an essential service, but exactly what that means may vary ...

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18 Mar
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Responding to the Coronavirus Outbreak – An Update

In this stressful time of uncertainty over the spread of coronavirus, I’d like to provide an update and a reminder of best practices for avoiding exposure. If we all take this growing health threat seriously and heed the advice of ...

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04 Mar
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Coronavirus: What we’re doing, and what you should know

Dear friends and neighbors, As more cases of coronavirus are being confirmed in Washington state, including the nation’s first known fatalities, I want to assure you that the state Senate is taking fast action to ensure that our public health ...

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30 Jun
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It’s an honor to be named a Legislative Champion

I’m proud to disclose that the Association of Washington Cities has chosen me as one of this year’s City Legislative Champions. The association created the awards “to annually recognize legislators who went out of their way to advocate for one ...

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