E-Newsletters

Email Updates
Please enter your email address below to sign up for my e-newsletter!

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 ...

Read More
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 ...

Read More
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 ...

Read More
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 ...

Read More
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 ...

Read More
E-Newsletter: Coronavirus - What to Expect in Coming Weeks

E-Newsletter: Coronavirus - What to Expect in Coming Weeks

Dear Friends and Neighbors of the 11th District, Because of election year restrictions on my ability to communicate with you, my constituents, this will be the last e-newsletter I’m allowed to send you until after the November election. During that time, I will also be unable to update my website, or ...

Read More
E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Updates and the Census

E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Updates and the Census

Dear Friends and Neighbors in the 11th District,

I hope that you are all continuing to do everything you can to keep yourselves and your families safe. Since the coronavirus situation is constantly evolving, and the available resources are constantly expanding, I wanted to provide you with another update.

I ...

Read More
E-Newsletter: More Coronavirus Resources

E-Newsletter: More Coronavirus Resources

Dear 11th District Resident,

As you may have heard, on Monday, Governor Inslee issued a "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" order, which will be effective for a minimum of two weeks. The order requires every Washingtonian to stay at home, except for people:

  • Pursuing an essential activity, like shopping for groceries or going ...

    Read More
E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Resources

E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Resources

Dear 11th District Resident,

I’m so impressed with how our community has come together to keep our families and community healthy during this novel coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak. I understand there are many hardships each one of us is facing and the state is doing its best to mitigate those hardships ...

Read More
E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Anti-Stigma Resources & Translated Materials

E-Newsletter: Coronavirus Anti-Stigma Resources & Translated Materials

Dear 11th District Resident,

The following coronavirus update and best prevention practices is provided courtesy of the Washington State Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA).  It contains links to resources translated into several selected languages.

You should visit the state Department of Health website dedicated specifically to coronavirus ...

Read More
1 2 3 4 5