Sen. Jeff Wilson talks with Kyle Pauley on KXRO about an environmental justice bill, getting kids back in schools, the income tax on capital gains and more. https://soundcloud.com/kxronews/3-3-21-senator-jeff-wilson
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Sen. Mark Schoesler talks with John Carlson of KVI Radio about the State Supreme Court ruling on drug possession, Democrat tax increase proposals, and more.
KOMO News: 'We are so close:' Experts sound alarm as Texas lifts masks mandate, opens up 100 percent.
Help may be on the way for tow-truck operators thanks to a Republican state Senator. Tracy Ellis explains.
Audio ‘Environmental Justice’ bill creates new way to kill projects, destroy jobs, says Sen. Jeff Wilson
A state Senator says a bill creating an ‘environmental justice’ council creates a new way to kill industrial projects and stifle job creation across the state. Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen Keith Wagoner talks about fences - some necessary and some unnecessary. https://youtu.be/gw2yFqZBO6M
SRC On Air: Sen. Hawkins talks with 12th District radio stations KOHO in Wenatchee and KOZI in Chelan
Sen. Brad Hawkins discusses the legislative process and his bills related to wildfires and tow trucks. KOHO 101 Morning Show KOZI Morning News
Getting repeat DUI offenders off the roads is the goal of a bill that passed in the State Senate today (Mon). Tracy Ellis reports.
The state and utilities are working together to prevent wildfires and a bill that passed out of the state Senate aids that effort. Tracy Ellis explains.
State Senator Doug Ericksen recently questioned a state Department of Ecology representative over Gov. Jay Inslee's billion-dollar cap and trade proposal, and joined the Dori Monson Show on KIRO Radio to discuss.
SRC On Air: Sen. Padden featured in Spokane Public Radio report: WA, ID Legislators Look To “Re-Balance” Relationships with Governors.
On Wednesday, Washington senators voted 43-to-five to set the rules for calling themselves into an extra session.
VIDEO: Sen. Padden featured in KREM report on Spokane police stop arresting people for simple possession
A Washington State Supreme Court ruling struck down the law against controlled substance possession because it didn't require prosecutors to prove defendants were aware they had drugs on them.