Sen. King talks about the positives of an in-person legislative session and remote testimony, what it’s like to be in minority in the legislature, taxes, crime, hard drugs, homelessness, energy, redistricting and more.
Sen. Curtis King joins KIT Radio’s Good Morning Yakima to talk about public safety and energy policy, including his Power Washington plan.
Sen. Curtis King talks to KGNW Radio’s Tim Gaydos about Senate Republicans’ affordable and comprehensive ‘Power Washington’ energy plan.
Senate Republicans have a new affordable and comprehensive energy plan that they believe offers fair and reliable solutions to benefit all Washingtonians.
Energy package focuses on seven major goals, including keeping energy costs low.
Republican state senators unveiled a new affordable and comprehensive energy plan today (Tue) in Olympia.
Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Curtis King tells KTTH Radio’s Jason Rantz that we’re nowhere near ready to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035 as proposed by Gov. Inslee.
King says “…the environmentalists want six dollars a gallon gas because they want to force everybody out of their car…”
Democrats in the Legislature pushed through a transportation package that raises some fees drivers must pay by as much as 400%. In response, Senator Curtis King, the top Republican on the Senate Transportation Committee, developed his own proposal.
Majority Democrats in the state Legislature pushed through a transportation package during the session that raises some fees drivers must pay by as much as 400-percent. It also doesn’t include needed projects in several parts of the state outside of the Central Puget Sound region.
Senator Curtis King, the ranking Republican on the Senate Transportation Committee, developed his own plan.