Category Archives: E-News

17 Nov
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E News- See you on the trail!

Dear friends and neighbors, Often in my newsletters, I inform you of community improvement projects soon to come or still pending funding. Today I am happy to report that one of these projects has completed the trip from idea to ...

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05 Jul
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E News- Budget passed, shutdown avoided

Dear friends and neighbors, After months of hard work and intense negotiations, we have finally passed an operating budget and solution to our K-12 funding crisis. In the end, our final product is the result of compromise. There are items ...

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28 Apr
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E News- Town hall meetings and college savings options

Dear friends and neighbors, Don’t forget, this weekend I am hosting two town hall meetings. I hope you will join me for a productive and informative discussion about this year’s legislative session.

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21 Apr
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E News- Session ends with work left to be done

Dear friends and neighbors, Sunday marks the final day of the regularly scheduled 2017 legislative session. While I am disappointed that we are once again headed for a special session, my focus so far has been to introduce and pass ...

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12 Apr
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E News- Town Hall Meetings on April 29

Dear friends and neighbors, Are you interested in how we are planning to fully-fund K-12 education or any other issue before the Legislature this year? If so, I hope you can join me Saturday, April 29 at one of my ...

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06 Apr
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E News- Civic engagement works!

Dear friends and neighbors, I’ve come to discover that the best ideas for legislation often come from constituents. Throughout my legislative career, I have enjoyed collaborating with advocates, small business owners and parents from the 5th Legislative District on legislation ...

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30 Mar
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E News- Update on crucial projects for our community

Dear friends and neighbors, At the end of every legislative session, I begin the process of gathering community input for projects that I will submit for funding consideration the next year. I’m ecstatic to announce that every one of the ...

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23 Mar
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E News- Free to fly!

Dear friends and neighbors, Have you been to the airport lately? If so, you may have noticed signs popping up at Sea-Tac informing you that beginning in 2018 your Washington state driver’s license will no longer be considered valid identification ...

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15 Mar
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E News- How much is your car actually worth?

Dear friends and neighbors, We all know that the second you drive your brand new car off the lot, it begins to lose its value – rapidly. According to the Kelley Blue Book, a two-year-old car is only worth 59 ...

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08 Mar
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E News- Court ruling creates need for legislative action

Dear friends and neighbors, When you think about King County, you think about skyscrapers, traffic jams and a booming tech industry. However, King County also contains large swaths of rural land, and much of that rural land lies within the ...

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