Sen. John Braun talks to KIRO Radio’s Hannah Scott about his call for a special legislative session to suspend the state gas tax.
Sen. Jeff Wilson talks with Kyle Pauley on KXRO about challenges of a semi-virtual session, gubernatorial emergency powers, redistricting, public records, parks, 2nd Amendment protection, and the long-term care payroll tax.
Sen. Schoesler talks about a session with remote committee meetings and only a few senators in person for floor sessions. He also gives updates on his bills to help school districts with maintenance needs and improve irrigation district elections.
Sen. Perry Dozier talks with KONA Radio’s The Bottom Line about closed mountain passes, the long-term care payroll tax, redistricting, and the challenges of semi-virtual legislative session.
Sen. Brad Hawkins talks about redistricting and the upcoming legislative session.
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A Puyallup murder prompts a state Senator to call for a special legislative session to fix new police reform laws.
Tracy Ellis explains.
Majority Democrats in the state Legislature have several proposals that take more from taxpayers.
The views expressed by individual members are not necessarily those of the entire caucus.
Hoping to limit extreme bills from Democrats, a state Senator wants the upcoming legislative session to be only 30 days and focused almost solely on COVID recovery.
Tracy Ellis reports.
Republican Sen. Doug Ericksen discusses the Democrat’s plan for a virtual legislative session and election security with KVI’s John Carlson.
Our state is now collecting enough revenue to avoid major cuts and tax hikes.
Does that mean it’s time for government to use money that’s already in hand to help businesses devastated by Governor Inslee’s COVID restrictions?
Tracy Ellis tells us that at least one lawmaker says – YES, YES IT DOES.