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Stay in touch during interim!

Stay in touch during interim!

Dear friends and neighbors, It has been a banner year for progress on important issues like improving primary care, strengthening our nation-leading Paid Family and Medical Leave program, investing in our transportation system, increasing the number of nurses and counselors in schools and many others. Throughout the interim, I will continue to work on these issues and more. For the next few months, though, election year restrictions on official communications kick in. I will not be able to send official e-newsletters or update my legislative website and Facebook page until after the election is certified in December. We will still be hard at work, and my office will remain open. If you need to contact me or my staff, please see the contact ...

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About June

Sen. June Robinson represents Washington state’s 38th Legislative District, which includes Everett, Marysville, and the Tulalip Reservation. She serves as vice chair of the Senate Ways & Means Committee with primary responsibility for the operating budget and revenue and is a member of the Health & Long Term Care and the Labor, Commerce & Tribal Affairs committees. She served in the House of Representatives from 2013 until May 2020, when she was appointed to the Senate.

Read Sen. Robinson’s full biography here.

June In The News

Everett Herald: State mends a safety net that saved many in the pandemic

Everett Herald: State mends a safety net that saved many in the pandemic

Funding and more will help replenish the community health centers many relied on the past two years.

The landmark investments made this legislative session to Washington state’s health care system are akin to providing critical life support to a patient.

After two ...

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Everett Herald: Bill to set minimum hospital staffing dies in state Senate

Everett Herald: Bill to set minimum hospital staffing dies in state Senate

OLYMPIA — A fierce legislative fight over staffing levels and worker protections in hospitals is over. For now. A bill that would have limited the number of patients assigned to a nurse and imposed hefty fines on hospitals that failed to comply ...

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Columbia Basin Herald: State budget passes both chambers

Columbia Basin Herald: State budget passes both chambers

The Senate and House passed the Senate’s proposed supplemental budget which intends to spend billions on various sectors. The state’s spending bill is now awaiting a decision from Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.

Democratic legislators in both the Washington House ...

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