Senator Chris Gildon hosts the 26th anniversary of Washington’s sister-state relationship with the South Korean province of Jeollabuk-do. Washington is home to one of the largest contingents of Americans of Korean descent in the nation. (Edited due to Legislative rules)
A state Senator says Washington is seeing an unparalleled rise in crime that doesn’t show signs of slowing.
Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Chris Gildon talks about transportation issues.
Sen. Chris Gildon talks about fixes to bad bills from last year’s legislative session. He addresses legislation related to 21-gun salutes, the long-term care payroll tax, police reform, and the governor’s emergency powers.
Some lawmakers to say they have no plans to back the proposal in its current form.
25th District Sen. Chris Gildon talks about the long-term care payroll tax and the point of the session known as policy cutoff.
Sen. Gildon talks about the long-term care payroll tax, anti-police bills, gubernatorial emergency powers, 21-gun salutes, prosecutorial accountability, and prison programs.
Sen. Chris Gildon talks with John Carlson of KVI Radio about his bill that would require county prosecutors to track cases to raise awareness of the discretionary role they play in the criminal justice system.
State Sen. Chris Gildon talks with KTTH’s Jason Rantz about his legislative priorities.
State legislative Republicans share their vision for the future.
Kimberly Wirtz has details.