10/13/23... The U.S. Department of Energy is providing a billion dollars to three western states for hydrogen production, but Washington State Senator Mark Schoesler says it wouldn’t be possible without dams. Tracy Ellis explains.
9/19/2023... Sen. Mark Schoesler talks to Lars Larson about how the Democrat’s cap-and-tax program is hurting the agricultural community along with the rest of the state economy as gas prices continue to skyrocket due to the scheme.
9/6/2023... Sen. Mark Schoesler calls KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line to talk about the cap-and-trade program, including public disclosure concerns with the prime sponsor of the bill that created it.
Will the latest cap-and-trade carbon auction raise fuel prices again? Certain industries in Washington are subject to a statewide cap on carbon pollution. To cover their emissions, they’re required to purchase allowances. The price for a Washington carbon allowance in...
Senator Mark Schoesler talks with KTTH Radio’s Jason Rantz about the increased fuel costs faced by drivers in Washington because of the state's cap-and-trade program and other tax increases resulting from Democrat policies.
Sen. Mark Schoesler talks to Lars Larson about higher fuel prices for Washington drivers due to the recent carbon allowance auction and the state's cap-and-trade program.
A state Senator says the latest cap-and-trade carbon auction will raise fuel prices again. Tracy Ellis reports.
The Irv Newhouse Building on the state capitol campus in Olympia is gone. Built as a “temporary” structure in 1934, the building housed the Senate Republican Caucus until the end of 2022. Construction of a new building is getting underway and is expected to be...
VIDEO: TVW: Irv Newhouse Building Replacement Groundbreaking Ceremony featuring Sens. Mark Schoesler, Jim Honeyford
Demolition of The Newhouse Building, which was built as a temporary structure in 1934, is complete. Construction of the new building is getting underway and is expected to be finished in November 2024.
Governor Inslee approved bills from Senators Keith Wagoner, Ron Muzzall, Chris Gildon, Mike Padden, Jeff Wilson, Drew MacEwen, Mark Schoesler, Shelly Short, and Curtis King.
Help for small school districts to address their building-maintenance needs is on the way. Tracy Ellis reports.
Senator Mark Schoesler talks to Lars Larson about Democrat proposals to remove the Snake River Dams in Eastern Washington.