Category Archives: News Release

29 Jul
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Mullet: Court ruling reaffirms use of credit scores in insurance rates

Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah), chair of the Senate Business, Financial Services & Trade Committee, released the following statement today after Thurston County Superior Court Judge Indu Thomas invalidated a ban imposed by the state insurance commissioner on the use of ...

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05 Jul
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Mullet stunned by Pac-12 news, voices support for WA members

Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah) released the following statement today in response to news that UCLA and USC had decided to leave the Pac-12 college athletic conference and join the Big Ten. “As the vice-chair of the state capital construction budget, ...

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16 Jun
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Mullet: Kreidler unfit to lead OIC, should resign immediately

OLYMPIA — Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah), chair of the Senate Business, Financial Services & Trade Committee, released the following statement after state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler fired a staffer who had complained of abusive and inappropriate workplace behaviors. “This is ...

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13 Jun
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Mullet receives highest honor from law enforcement association

Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah) has received the Gene Cotton Award, the highest honor bestowed by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC). “Sen. Mullet showed tremendous leadership during the Washington legislative session,” Steven Strachan, WASPC executive director, said. ...

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02 Mar
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WEDA recognizes Mullet as Economic Development Champion

Sen. Mark Mullet (D-Issaquah) will be named an Economic Development Champion during a reception tonight at the Washington Economic Development Association (WEDA) Winter Conference. “Economic development is just another way of saying it’s important that our communities are healthy and ...

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21 Feb
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Mullet, Callan, Ramos to host virtual town hall meeting on Thursday

Sen. Mark Mullet, Rep. Lisa Callan and Rep. Bill Ramos will host a virtual town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24. The 5th Legislative District seatmates are conducting the town hall virtually to maintain accessibility and to enable ...

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15 Feb
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Senate passes transportation package that would complete Highway 18

Move Ahead Washington, the $16 billion transportation revenue package passed tonight by the Senate, would fully fund safety and widening improvements to Highway 18 over Tiger Mountain and several other projects to improve travel in and around communities in the ...

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10 Feb
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Senate passes Mullet bill to teach financial literacy in high school

Students would graduate from public high schools with a grasp of financial literacy that would serve them throughout life, under legislation passed today by the Senate. “Throughout our adult lives, we make financial choices that shape, for better or worse, ...

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09 Feb
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Mullet: Transportation package will improve roads without gas tax

Move Ahead Washington, the transportation revenue package introduced Monday by Senate and House Democrats, would fund a range of projects to improve travel in and around communities in the 5th Legislative District. “I’m a big fan of this transportation package ...

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09 Feb
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Mullet bill would speed housing permits while preserving standards

Housing would be built more quickly without compromising construction requirements, increasing the supply of affordable housing, under legislation approved Monday by the Senate Ways & Means Committee. “The state has allocated lots of funding for affordable housing in recent years, ...

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