A new long-term care insurance requirement will soon go into effect, affecting millions of Washingtonians.
Sen. Curtis King on KIT radio’s Morning News discussing his concerns about Democrat-backed bills related to a long-term care payroll tax and law enforcement reforms.
An overview of the “bare-bones” transportation budget that passed, the carbon bills linked to a bigger package, and the potential for a special session.
The state Senate Republican transportation chief says the high cost fuel standard bill passed by the Senate Thursday night will raise gas prices for those who can least afford it.
Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Curtis King: “You have businesses all around the state that are just hanging on by the skin of their teeth, doing everything they possibly can to keep their doors open. It would just take more of these businesses down, and they would never be able to reopen again.”
Senator Curtis King talks to The Bottom Line’s Robb and Ed on KONA about problems at Employment Security, bills that could harm business, ag overtime legislation, and the State Supreme Court ruling on drug possession.
Senator Curtis Kings talks to The Bottom Line’s Robb and Ed about transportation funding, low carbon fuel standards, tax increases and special sessions.