9/8/2023… Proceeds from the cap-and-trade scheme that’s causing gas prices to soar should be used to help people struggling with high housing and car-tab costs according to a state Senate leader. Tracy Ellis reports.
8/31/2023... The homeless population is exploding and housing prices are skyrocketing… a state Senator has a plan to tackle both. Tracy Ellis explains.
8/28/2023… The homeless population has exploded in recent years. At the same time, housing prices have skyrocketed. Senator Phil Fortunato is the Ranking Republican on the Senate Housing Committee. He has a plan to tackle both that he calls Homelessness to Housing.
Sen. Phil Fortunato talks to KIRO Radio’s Dave Ross about housing and homelessness.
Host Austin Jenkins interviews two state legislators who have recently experienced the siting of sex offender housing in communities in their districts: Senator Phil Fortunato and Representative Dan Griffey. https://youtu.be/0iG331Ojk0k
Governor Jay Inslee vetoed a study of the state’s housing supply and affordability problem, now a state Senator is wondering why. Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Phil Fortunato talks to Jason Rantz about a suite of housing bills signed by Gov. Inslee. https://omny.fm/shows/the-jason-rantz-show/sen-phil-fortunato-r-auburn-3
Sen. John Braun talks to KEDO Radio’s Mike Wallin about hard drug possession, police pursuits, proposed tax increases, housing, education funding, and the long-term care payroll tax.
Sen. Drew MacEwen talks with KMAS Daybreak host Spencer Hughes about Democrat proposals to triple property tax hikes and increase the real estate excise tax. They also discuss housing and energy costs.
Senate Republican Leader John Braun recently expressed his frustration with Gov. Jay Inslee’s rhetoric on homelessness and housing. Elephant in the Dome host Tracy Ellis sat down with Senator Braun to talk about those issues.
Listen to this 20th District Legislative Update with Sen. John Braun Topic: Housing and Homelessness
VIDEO: KING 5: Washington State Senate unveils $69 billion budget to address education, housing, featuring Sen. Chris Gildon
Sen. Chris Gildon comments on the two-year $69.2 billion operating budget, which includes $5.1 billion in new spending on education, housing, behavioral health, public safety, and climate change. https://youtu.be/S4TKJrczolY