Sen. Curtis King joins KIT Radio’s Good Morning Yakima to talk about public safety and energy policy, including his Power Washington plan.
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AUDIO: State Senate Republicans file bills that aim to reverse recent criminal-friendly laws passed by Democrats
State Senate Republicans unveil a trio of bills to improve public safety.
Kimberly Wirtz reports.
The Elephant in the Dome Podcast: Senate Republicans Want to Restore Public Safety
Restoring public safety is a top priority for state Senate Republicans.
This podcast features the Ranking Republican on the Senate Law and Justice Committee – Senator Mike Padden, Chelan County Sheriff – Brian Burnett, Snohomish County Sheriff – Adam Fortney, and Seattle City Attorney – Ann Davison.
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VIDEO: Sen. Keith Wagoner highlights some hot topics of the 2022 legislative session
Sen. Keith Wagoner talks about public safety, tax relief and emergency powers.
VIDEO: Sen. Keith Wagoner’s Legislative Update
Sen. Keith Wagoner talks about state spending and public safety.
AUDIO: Republicans lead Senate’s passage of bill to correct damage to public-safety laws
State Senate Republicans helped push through a bill to restore public-safety tools taken away from law-enforcement last year. It now heads to the House.
Kimberly Wirtz reports…
VIDEO: Spokane Talks: Legislative Update, featuring Sen. Mike Padden.
First in a series of legislative updates from the Washington State Senate.
Today’s guest Sen. Mike Padden on public safety and police reform.
AUDIO: Three Padden bills advance in Law and Justice Committee
A state Senator is working to improve public safety in Washington.
Tracy Ellis explains.
AUDIO: Republican legislators unveil ‘Safe Washington’ plan to prioritize policing, public safety and corrections
House and Senate Republicans in Olympia have unveiled a package of legislation they say will increase public safety, reduce crime, and put victims and community safety first.
John Sattgast reports from the state Capitol.