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30 Mar
0

Frockt: Senate’s capital budget makes historic investments in education

The capital construction budget passed by the Senate provides for a historic $1.1 billion in school construction and public education investments, Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle, said today. The landmark budget bill passed unanimously and now moves to the House for ...

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27 Mar
0

Through tiny homes, students focus on homelessness

Today I had the opportunity to tour some tiny homes being built as an option for housing our homeless citizens. While on tour of the Workforce Board’s Career and Technical Education Showcase of Skills event, I saw impressive work by ...

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10 Mar
0

Frockt: Temple vandalism ‘an affront to all tolerant, decent-minded citizens’

Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle, issued this statement today in response to anti-Semitic, Holocaust-focused vandalism overnight at the Temple De Hirsch Sinai in Seattle. “I condemn in the strongest possible terms this hateful attack against the Temple De Hirsch and against ...

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08 Mar
0

Frockt: Levy cliff bill a good step forward, but much more work to do to get McCleary done

Sen. David Frockt, D-Seattle, issued this statement today following the Senate’s passage of legislation to postpone the so-called levy cliff that would have resulted in massive budget cuts to K-12 schools across the state. “This is good news that should ...

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06 Mar
0

Olympian: Find middle ground on police use of deadly force

Senate Bill 5073 — Sen. David Frockt’s legislation to update state law on the use of deadly force — should move forward, the Olympia said Sunday in an editorial. You can read the editorial here.

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