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Greater Vancouver Chamber visits Olympia

Greater Vancouver Chamber visits Olympia

Members of the Greater Vancouver Chamber today met with Sen. Annette Cleveland, Rep. Jim Moeller and Rep. Monica Stonier.

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Cleveland works to expand access to mental health

Cleveland works to expand access to mental health

Addressing quality access to mental health is the driving force behind a bill heard yesterday in the Senate Health Care Committee. Senate Bill 6419will expand existing Medicaid arrangements between border communities to include critical access to mental health and psychiatric care for people living in those areas. “Living in a border community, ...

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Cleveland meets with PTA Region 3 Legislative Chair

Cleveland meets with PTA Region 3 Legislative Chair

Sen. Annette Cleveland met with the WSPTA Region 3 Legislative Chair Heather Lindberg in her office.

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Cleveland meets with students from the Washington State School for the Blind

Cleveland meets with students from the Washington State School for the Blind

Sen. Annette Cleveland met with students from the Washington State School for the Blind.

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Legislative Update, Feb. 3, 2014

Legislative Update, Feb. 3, 2014

I spend a great deal of my time, both in Olympia and during the interim, back home in our community meeting with constituents. It is my first responsibility to ensure that I listen to you -- and the issues, challenges and ideas you share. As I work to bring a number of these ideas forward in the form of legislation ...

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49th Legislative District newsletter available online

49th Legislative District newsletter available online

The 49th Legislative District newsletter is now available online. The newsletter, with updates from Sen. Annette Cleveland, Rep. Jim Moeller and Rep. Sharon Wylie may be found here.

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Oregon Legislature holds hearing on Columbia River Crossing; Cleveland voices support

Oregon Legislature holds hearing on Columbia River Crossing; Cleveland voices support

Sen. Annette Cleveland, D- Vancouver, issued the following statement after the Oregon State Legislature’s interim committee hearing today to discuss the Columbia River Crossing (CRC): “The Oregon State Legislature today continued dialogue on the replacement of the antiquated Interstate 5 bridges — the major transportation issue of our time for our region. “Last fall, I sent the members of the Oregon ...

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Cleveland appointed to Senate Transportation Committee

Cleveland appointed to Senate Transportation Committee

Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, today was appointed to a seat on the Senate Transportation Committee and issued the following statement: “I believe investment in our transportation infrastructure is absolutely integral to the economic growth and viability of our state and region. I am very pleased to be able to more effectively lend my voice to the transportation discussion and focus on ...

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Cleveland comments on CRC status in Oregon

Cleveland comments on CRC status in Oregon

Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, released this statement today regarding the possibility of the Oregon State Legislature approving legislation to fund the Columbia River Crossing during its pending special legislative session: “Lest they be misled by an overly vocal minority from our side of the river, Oregon lawmakers should know that a majority of Washington legislators support the Columbia River Crossing ...

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Cleveland commends governor’s efforts on CRC

Cleveland commends governor’s efforts on CRC

Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, and Sen. Tracey Eide, co-chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, today issued these statements commending Gov. Jay Inslee for his dedication and tenacity in trying to persuade the 2013 Legislature to pass a transportation revenue package that would have funded Washington state's share of the Columbia River Crossing.

“Gov. Inslee spoke out early, he spoke out ...

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