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E-newsletter: Make your voice heard

E-newsletter: Make your voice heard

Friends and neighbors,  As the summer is winding down and the days are getting shorter again, I wanted to take some time to share some helpful resources and let you know about an important upcoming opportunity to make your voice heard.    Upcoming Tax Town Halls  The Tax Structure Work ...

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E-newsletter: 2021 session by the numbers

E-newsletter: 2021 session by the numbers

With the 2021 legislative session in the books and work already underway to keep the progressive momentum going next year, I have been reflecting on the legislation we passed and the impact that it will have on our communities in the 11th Legislative District. Over the long 105-day session my office ...

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E-newsletter - Reflecting on the 2021 session

E-newsletter - Reflecting on the 2021 session

Friends and neighbors, We have officially adjourned the 2021 legislative session. It was my first session as Chair of the Senate Democratic Caucus, and I am eager to share some of the incredible accomplishments made over the last 105 days. It was a historic session that included a nearly $60 billion ...

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E-newsletter – Wrapping up the 2021 Session

E-newsletter – Wrapping up the 2021 Session

Progressive policy corner – Working Families Tax Credit A historic vote was made by the Senate last week to finally fund the Working Families Tax Credit, which will invest resources to support working class people and lower-income families in our community. Many families continue to struggle to afford basic needs ...

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E-newsletter – Budgets and other bill updates

E-newsletter – Budgets and other bill updates

Friends and neighbors, With just three weeks of the 2021 legislative session to go, we are working hard up until the finish line to pass bills and budgets that put the people of Washington first. This week, I wanted to go over some of those bills, and the highlights of our ...

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E-newsletter: Policy corner and other updates

E-newsletter: Policy corner and other updates

Friends and neighbors, We have passed a few crucial deadlines of the 2021 Legislative Session, but we’re still churning through bills and the budgets up until Sine Die on April 24. I wanted to take this time to provide some updates regarding the Employment Security Department, how COVID-19 recovery is going ...

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E-newsletter: Legislative cutoffs, vaccine resources, and more

E-newsletter: Legislative cutoffs, vaccine resources, and more

Friends and neighbors, We have officially made it through the fiscal cutoff in the Senate, which means that every bill that had money attached to it had to have been passed by the Ways & Means or Transportation committee. This week, we spent a lot of time on the Senate floor ...

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E-newsletter: Happy Lunar New Year, Legislative Update, and more!

E-newsletter: Happy Lunar New Year, Legislative Update, and more!

Friends and neighbors, As week 6 in the Legislature comes to a close, bills are making their way through the process and important committee deadlines are coming up. With everything moving along at the speed of light, I wanted to share some updates about my bills and other caucus priorities. We’re already ...

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E-Newsletter: 2021 Legislative Session Update

E-Newsletter: 2021 Legislative Session Update

2021 Legislative Session Update Friends and neighbors, The 2021 session has been off to a great start so far - even as we’ve adapted to operating mostly remotely. Operating remotely has actually made it easier for you to participate in the legislative process because you don’t need to come to Olympia ...

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E-Newsletter: Accessing the Legislature Remotely

E-Newsletter: Accessing the Legislature Remotely

Dear friends and neighbors in the 11th District, The 2021 legislative session began this week, and I am honored to be back to work serving you all. This mostly remote session will be unprecedented in our state’s history, so I wanted to provide you all with a primer about how you ...

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