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That's a wrap! End of session 2022

That's a wrap! End of session 2022

Dear neighbors, Can I share an exciting milestone with you? I’ve just completed my first biennium in the state Senate — two years of working with you all to propose and craft legislation and budgets, problem solve on issues, and create a better ...

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2022 Session Underway

2022 Session Underway

2022 Legislative Session Kicks off Quick

The first few weeks of my second legislative session are complete! And they mean it when they say that short sessions go by quickly. We have already moved to floor action to pass bills on to the House and we anticipate House bills coming ...

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Legislative Cheer in the New Year

Legislative Cheer in the New Year

Gearing up for 2022 Session and how to be involved Dear Friends and Neighbors,   Happy New Year! I hope your holidays season has been full of joy. In just a few days (Jan. 10th to be exact), the 2022 legislative session will convene ...

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Last Day to Register! Telephone Townhall 11.4

Friends and Neighbors, Tomorrow, November 3rd, is the last day to register to be called for my telephone townhall (which is the following day, on November 4th)! Click here or on the image below to add your phone number to our call list. I will be joined by guests from ...

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You're Invited! Telephone Townhall Nov. 4 at 6:30 PM

You're Invited! Telephone Townhall Nov. 4 at 6:30 PM

Dear Friends and Neighbors,  You’re invited! At 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 4, I hope you’ll join me for a telephone town hall! This interim, my office has received many questions and comments from community members about Long Term Care, also known as WA Cares, and the Insurance Commissioner’s emergency ban on the use of credit scores in determining insurance rates. To answer our questions ...

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E-News: Serving the 28th During the Interim

E-News: Serving the 28th During the Interim

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Unlike the U.S. Congress, the Washington state Legislature is a part-time body that meets for only a portion of the year. During this meeting time, known as the legislative session, we must accomplish all of the lawmaking for the year. In even-numbered years the Legislature meets for ...

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You're Invited! Coffee & Conversation

You're Invited! Coffee & Conversation

Dear Friends and Neighbors,  Reflecting on the 2021 legislative session, I am celebrating all we accomplished together. From listening sessions to meeting with community members, many ideas for legislation we passed came right from the community. My office looks forward to our continued partnership, and ...

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A Historic Session Has Ended: Accomplishments, Town Hall, and Resources

A Historic Session Has Ended: Accomplishments, Town Hall, and Resources

Dear Friends and Neighbors, We have officially adjourned the 2021 legislative session, and I’m honored to share that my first session in the State Senate has concluded with historic accomplishments and successes for our district and for Washingtonians at large. Though the remote session and the ongoing pandemic proved challenging, we ...

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JOIN TONIGHT: Live on Facebook with Sen. Nobles

JOIN TONIGHT: Live on Facebook with Sen. Nobles

Curious about how legislation is created and passed, or about how to engage in the process? Join Senator Mona Das, Representative Jamila Taylor, and me TONIGHT at 6:30 PM, where we will go LIVE on Facebook to talk about the process by which legislation is created and passed, and about how ...

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Legislative Session Update

Legislative Session Update

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

New Resource: Rental and Utilities Assistance for Pierce County Residents (Renters AND Landlords)

I am thrilled to share a new resource: rental and utilities assistance for Pierce County residents overdue on rent and/or utility bills. Eligible utilities include electric, water, sewer, gas, garbage pickup, fuel oil and internet. Renters ...

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