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Resources from WSDOT about getting around in the snow

Resources from WSDOT about getting around in the snow

  As snow and winter driving conditions are impacting most areas of Washington today and will likely to continue through the weekend, I want to share some information and resources that are available from WSDOT.

Know before you go:

Download the WSDOT mobile app. Follow WSDOT's regional and pass accounts on Twitter, ...

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Police Accountability and Reform

Police Accountability and Reform

  Dear neighbors, Many of us were shocked and devastated by recent video depicting a Tacoma police officer driving his SUV through a crowd of people. I want you to know that your legislators are working hard to change our policing system to prevent these acts, and to hold police accountable when ...

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The 2021 legislative session has begun!

The 2021 legislative session has begun!

Dear neighbors, This week the 2021 legislative session started off under very unusual circumstances. Unfortunately, COVID-19 continues to pose a very real threat to public health, so an entirely in-person session is not an option this year.  We worked hard over the interim to develop processes to carry out a mostly ...

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Saldaña to join Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee

Saldaña to join Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee

OLYMPIA – Starting with the 2021 legislative session, Sen. Rebecca Saldaña (D-Seattle) will join the Senate Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee*. “I look forward to working with my colleagues on this committee to address problems that have been laid bare or exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Saldaña. “We ...

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E-Newsletter: Help Me Prioritize Our Legislative Agenda

E-Newsletter: Help Me Prioritize Our Legislative Agenda

Dear neighbors, In the midst of so many challenges our community faces, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe.  We are all doing our best to help our children manage virtual learning in addition to our own regular daytime tasks, all while experiencing the impacts ...

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Summer Food and Meal Resources in Our Community

Summer Food and Meal Resources in Our Community

Dear neighbors, Over the last several weeks, my office has received requests to help spread the word about the distribution of free food in our community for the many that are struggling to make ends meet due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s newsletter is dedicated to providing ...

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E-newsletter: Holiday Celebrations and Child Care Grants

E-newsletter: Holiday Celebrations and Child Care Grants

Dear neighbors, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe as we continue to battle the public health crises of COVID-19, racism, and police brutality. It's important we're there to support each other, even as we practice social distancing. Today’s newsletter reflects on the evolution of how ...

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E-newsletter: Addressing Police Brutality and Pandemic Recovery

E-newsletter: Addressing Police Brutality and Pandemic Recovery

Dear neighbors, Even in the midst of so much chaos, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe. Thank you to so many of you who have been writing to me about your pain, your hopes, and your policy ideas for addressing racism, anti-blackness, and ...

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Boletín: Abordando la brutalidad policial y la recuperación de la pandemia

Boletín: Abordando la brutalidad policial y la recuperación de la pandemia

Estimados vecinos: Aun en medio de tanto caos, espero que este mensaje los encuentre a usted y a sus seres queridos sanos y seguros. Gracias a los ustedes que me han escrito sobre su dolor, sus esperanzas y sus ideas políticas para abordar el racismo, la lucha contra la anti-blackness ...

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Health and Wellness Update

Health and Wellness Update

Dear neighbors, I hope this message finds you and your loved ones healthy and safe. As the state starts to consider the transition to reopening, please remember that in order to avoid another spike in infection rates, we have to stay the course by staying home to stay healthy. The ...

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