Tag Archives: Republicans

Several Washington State Senate Republicans Now Deregulatory Champions

By tracyellis | Published on July 23, 2020

Several Washington State Senate Republicans are now Deregulatory Champions.

They signed up to support the Initiative on Regulatory Innovation.

Senator Judy Warnick of Moses Lake is one of the Republican legislators to sign on.

The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.

Huge budget hole prompts Senate Republicans to repeat call for June session

By tracyellis | Published on June 17, 2020

State Senate Republicans say a $9 billion chasm in the state budget requires a special legislative session now.

 

 

 

The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.

Senate Republicans meet with reporters to discuss progress on homelessness

By tracyellis | Published on February 11, 2020

State Senate Republicans met with reporters to discuss the legislative session. Senators Shelly Short and Hans Zeiger say they are finding ways to work with Democrats, especially when it comes to homelessness.

The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.

Senate Republican’s comprehensive plan to address homelessness

By tracyellis | Published on January 21, 2020

State Senate Republicans have a plan to address homelessness.

They’re ready to fight for real solutions instead of throwing money at a broken system.

Senators Hans Zeiger, Phil Fortunato, Steve O’Ban and John Braun held a homelessness crisis news conference.

 

The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.

Senator Mike Padden details problems at the scandal plagued state Department of Corrections

By tracyellis | Published on January 15, 2020

The prison problems are prompting a trio of Senate Republicans to introduce a package of sweeping reforms. Senators Padden, Keith Wagoner and Steve O’Ban are sponsoring measures.

The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.