Category Archives: E-News

26 Feb
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E-News Week 7: A Virtual Senate Floor, Ways & Means, Vaccine Finder & Update on the State Auditor’s Office

This session has been called “historic” many times, and for good reason. From dropping bills to caucus meetings, moving online has changed the entire legislative process. One of these changes is how we actually vote on the floor!

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20 Feb
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E-News Week 6: Day of Remembrance, SB 5096 Update, and Meet my Team

Today on the Senate floor we adopted Senate Resolution 8607, which recognizes the hurt and injustice against Japanese Americans, when, on this day in 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which authorized the United States military to ...

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12 Feb
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E-News From Olympia: Week 5

Sometimes legislation comes from a very personal place. My daughter dealt with the challenges of a serious autoimmune disease for over 22 years. When faced with breast cancer, she chose to move forward with a mastectomy and breast implants. Had ...

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05 Feb
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E-News From Olympia: Week 4

On Wednesday morning, we heard public testimony on my bill, SB 5383, in the Environment, Energy & Technology Committee. This is a bipartisan effort to enhance equitable access to telecommunication by allowing public utility districts to provide retail telecommunication services ...

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29 Jan
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E-Newsletter: Week 3

I thought I would post a photo of this week’s calendar to keep you informed of my various roles in the Senate. Most meetings and committees start at 7:30 or 8 a.m. and end at 6 or 7 p.m. After ...

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22 Jan
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E-Newsletter: Week 2

Dear Friends and Neighbors, If you’re getting this e-newsletter for the first time, welcome! I’m Lisa Wellman, your state senator from the 41st Legislative District. I am one of your voices in the state Legislature in Olympia. I will be ...

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15 Jan
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E-Newsletter: An unprecedented Session 2021 begins

Dear Friends and Neighbors, This week, we began a legislative session unlike any other. Due to the historic nature of this session, the constantly changing landscape, and the heightened need for communication, I’m planning to send a weekly newsletter keeping ...

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21 Dec
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Wishing You A Safe Holiday

Dear Colleagues, Friends and Neighbors, As the year draws to a close, I know we are all anticipating a very different New Year and are also cautiously optimistic for a safer time in the near future – a time when ...

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08 May
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E-Newsletter: Governor Inslee’s Reopening Plan

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Because of election year restrictions, this is the last e-newsletter you will receive from me until November. During that time, I will also be unable to update my website. Before those restrictions take effect, I wanted ...

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24 Mar
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Coronavirus Information

When to seek medical evaluation and advice: If you have a cough, fever, or other respiratory problems, speak with your healthcare provider before going to a medical facility. Do not go to an emergency room. If you believe you are experiencing ...

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