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How to participate in your democracy during the legislative session

How to participate in your democracy during the legislative session

Dear neighbors, I stand together with the vast majority of Americans in excoriating the hateful violence and intimidation we saw this week in our nation’s capital and in our state capital. I am appalled that many prominent Republicans, including the President, fed the flames of extremism and inspired an insurrection. All ...

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E-news: Join me for a Small Business Roundtable

E-news: Join me for a Small Business Roundtable

Dear Neighbors, Please join me on Tuesday, October 20, at 4:30 pm, for my second annual small business roundtable! Last year, we had a terrific meeting with lots of ideas and input from new entrepreneurs. This year, we'll build on that success and focus on helping small businesses weather the COVID-19 ...

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E-News: Thank you and info about property tax exemptions

E-News: Thank you and info about property tax exemptions

Dear Neighbors, Thank you to everyone who joined us for my virtual community BBQ this year. I gave a brief legislative update, and our special guest, Assessor John Wilson, gave a presentation and answered questions about the new senior property tax exemption I sponsored in the Legislature. It provides $20 million in ...

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E-news: Join me for a virtual BBQ with King Co Assessor John Wilson

E-news: Join me for a virtual BBQ with King Co Assessor John Wilson

Dear Neighbors, Please join me on Thursday, September 24, from 2-3 pm, for my annual community BBQ! This year, we will be joined by a special guest, King County Assessor John Wilson. Due to COVID-19, the annual get-together will be conducted virtually this year. So make a plate of your favorite fixin's ...

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E-news: Youth criminal justice forum; mask up, WA

E-news: Youth criminal justice forum; mask up, WA

Dear Neighbors, Over the past weeks, I have attended protests, marches, and rallies all over our district and King County, while wearing my mask and practicing social distancing. I have met with community members impacted by police violence as well as with law enforcement officers, and I have responded to so ...

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E-News: We have work ahead

E-News: We have work ahead

Dear Neighbors, Like you, I am heartbroken by what is going on in our country and our state. In a just world, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery would be alive today. The reality we live with is that the darker your skin color, the more likely you are to ...

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E-news: Be on alert for fraudulent unemployment claims

E-news: Be on alert for fraudulent unemployment claims

Dear Neighbor, During the pandemic, it's important to be on alert—this crisis has led to a rash of fraudulent unemployment claims filed with the WA Employment Security Department. Fraudsters file these claims in innocent people's names using data they have stolen from corporate data breaches, not from the Employment Security Department. ESD ...

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E-News: COVID-19 Resources & Telephone Town Hall with Congresswoman Suzan DelBene

E-News: COVID-19 Resources & Telephone Town Hall with Congresswoman Suzan DelBene

Dear Neighbor, Many constituents have been asking questions about the COVID-19 pandemic and our state's response. We are working hard to contain the pandemic, preserve public health, and get our economy back on track.

Telephone Town Hall

To hear answers to your questions, please join me, along with Reps. Roger Goodman ...

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E-News: Resources for people affected by the coronavirus

E-News: Resources for people affected by the coronavirus

Dear Neighbor, During this time of hardships, it is so important for us to come together as a community and look out for one another. And I'm hearing so many stories of friends and family members and neighbors doing just that—while keeping a safe six feet apart! With that in mind, I ...

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E-News: Coronavirus – state action to help

E-News: Coronavirus – state action to help

Dear Neighbors, The Legislature is taking this health crisis extremely seriously. We have now appropriated $200 million to fund our state's response, including monitoring, testing and support for local health departments. We have also acted to

  • ensure that people receiving unemployment insurance can continue to do so even if they can’t meet the ...

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