Suspects driving vehicles into the entrances of pot shops to gain entry has become a trend in western Washington. The bill was introduced by Senator Jim McCune. "Protecting the citizens and the pot shop owners and their employees, and overall slowdown crime. Now,...
Sen. Brad Hawkins on KPQ Radio talking about mandates handed down to schools by the Legislature, the initiatives, special education funding, the decision to close Columbia Elementary in Wenatchee, transportation funding, cap-and-trade and capital gains tax revenues,...
In this video update from Olympia, Sen. Shelly Short, R-Addy, discusses the significance of the six initiatives that have been placed before the Legislature this year. The measures take aim at a 'progressive' agenda Short says has taken the state backward....
State Legislative Republicans – Sens. John Braun and Keith Wagoner and Reps. Drew Stokesbary and Chris Corry – hold a weekly media availability to discuss the very latest in the 2024 legislative session. https://youtu.be/K1_QfyLDDx0
Sen. Keith Wagoner sits down with Fish Hunt Northwest host Duane Inglin to talk about Senate Joint Resolution 8208, his measure enshrining the right to hunt and fish in the state Constitution. https://youtu.be/wLOUn3cRzQA?si=Osl869ViSU-qDLfo&t=479
Students tell lawmakers that if they are required to say the pledge of allegiance, then schools should be required to teach them the history and meaning of the words. Tracy Ellis explains.
Sen. Mark Schoesler on KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line talking about concerns he has over the way State Parks is handling parks in his district, unemployment for striking workers, property taxes, using liquor-and-cannabis tax revenue to fund local governments, Governor...
AUDIO: Senate committee passes another Padden bill removing red tape from construction of smaller condominiums
Legislation that helps encourage home ownership by making it easier for smaller condominium buildings to be constructed is moving through the state Legislature. Kimberly Wirtz reports.
A state Department of Fish and Wildlife employee passed away in the performance of her duties leading legislators to call for better safety procedures. Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Short talks about the six initiatives to the Legislature.
Sen. Schoesler talks about some concerns he has over the way Washington State Parks is handling two parks in his district - Steptoe Butte and Lyons Ferry.
Restores the authority of a peace officer to engage in a vehicular pursuit when there is reasonable suspicion a person has violated the law and the officer follows appropriate safety standards https://youtu.be/Nf_ul25dBzU