Tag Archives: Ron Muzzall

SRC On Air: Sen. Ron Muzzall on The Jason Rantz Show on KTTH

By tracyellis | Published on March 24, 2023

Sen. Ron Muzzall talks to KTTH Radio’s Jason Rantz about legislation that would give youth-related facilities a troubling new excuse for withholding the whereabouts of runaway children from their parents.

Bill threatening rights of parents passes Senate

By tracyellis | Published on March 03, 2023

Your child could effectively disappear by simply claiming they’re seeking gender counseling or puberty-blocking chemicals under a bill passed in the state Senate.

State Senate Republicans want local control of schools

By tracyellis | Published on February 24, 2023

Republican Senators speak against a Democrat bill mandating a certain amount of recess.  A Senator sponsors a bill to rein in the State Superintendent of Public Instruction. And the Ranking Republican on the Senate Education Committee details some disturbing trends.

Why is Narcan and other medication used to reverse the effects of opioids important?

By tracyellis | Published on February 17, 2023

Sen. Ron Muzzall says Narcan simply saves lives. He cosponsored a bill that made Narcan more easily available to people struggling with opioids. He tells a very personal story about Narcan.

AUDIO: Muzzall introduces maternity-support bills to ensure pregnant women have a real choice

By tracyellis | Published on February 01, 2023

Helping women who want to have babies instead of abortions is the purpose of legislation from a state Senator, who favors a nuanced view of pregnancy.

Kimberly Wirtz explains.

Health care challenges in Washington

By tracyellis | Published on December 12, 2022

Senator Ron Muzzall, who serves on the Senate Health & Long-Term Care Committee, explains that care providers are facing many urgent challenges.

VIDEO: KING 5: Governor, legislators could see raises in 2023/2024, featuring Sen. Ron Muzzall

By tracyellis | Published on December 07, 2022

Every state legislator, the governor and all other statewide elected officials would see a boost in salary over the next two years, under proposals voted on by the Washington Citizens’ Commission on Salaries for Elected Officials.