OLYMPIA -- The new legislative assistant to Senator Claire Wilson (D-Auburn) brings experience and passion to the role. Marshall Casebeer is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound, where he studied politics and government. Upon graduation, he spent several months interning for the Washington State Senate and most recently worked on Sen. Wilson’s re-election campaign. “Marshall has repeatedly proven how passionate ...Read More
OLYMPIA, Wash., May 13, 2022 — Effective immediately, as part of Governor Jay Inslee signing the 2022-23 Supplemental Capital Budget passed unanimously by the Legislature, the State will start evaluating potential options for purchasing or leasing the former Weyerhaeuser headquarters building in Federal Way. The vision is to transform the iconic 340,000 SF office building into a dedicated space for ...Read More
OLYMPIA – The Senate just passed SB 5974— Move Ahead Washington, which would allocate $16.8 billion over 16 years to prioritize the transportation sector of our state with unprecedented investments and reduce our carbon footprint.
“A huge investment I am thrilled about, is a new policy to allow kids to ride free on all public transportation,” said Sen. Claire Wilson ...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 7, 2022 Wilson bills deliver on child safety, education, community care Olympia – A package of bills sponsored by State Sen. Claire Wilson (D-Auburn) would strengthen child safety, recognize academic achievement, and improve public access to school resources. SB 5498 would recognize the academic achievements of a student who has completed necessary classwork but died prior to graduation by allowing the student’s parents to receive a posthumous ...Read More
Please join your lawmakers from the 30th Legislative District for a virtual town hall at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 20. This is their chance to hear from you and update you on their priorities this legislative session. The 30th District includes Federal Way, Algona, Pacific, Milton, Des Moines and Auburn. WHO: Sen. Claire Wilson, Rep. Jesse Johnson, Rep. Jamila Taylor WHAT: ...Read More
OLYMPIA – Sen. Claire Wilson (D-Auburn) has been chosen to chair the Senate Human Services, Reentry & Rehabilitation Committee in the 2022 legislative session. “I’m honored to assume this new position,” said Wilson. “I will draw on my long experience as an educator to continue to address the root causes of the challenges facing our communities, including ensuring that the needs ...Read More
In 2021, Sen. Claire Wilson (D-Auburn) was recognized with numerous awards her work on policies in early learning and childcare, as well as comprehensive sexual health education. Below is a brief description of each award.
Golden Crayon Award from the Early Learning Action Alliance for Wilson’s outstanding leadership in early learning and her commitment to advancing early learning policies and funding ...Read More
The budgets approved by the Legislature this year brought significant investments to the 30th Legislative District, which includes Federal Way, Algona, Pacific, Milton, Des Moines and Auburn. “I’m proud to have supported and advocated for investments that will make life in our district better, from improving programs that increase equity and support our youth, to fostering community development and addressing the ...Read More
Several provisions of the Fair Start for Kids Act, the system overhaul the Legislature passed this year in response to the state’s childcare crisis, take effect today. “In Washington, over half a million children do not have access to licensed childcare,” said Sen. Claire Wilson (D-Auburn), who sponsored the act. “Even where there is childcare available, the cost is so high ...Read More