Sen. Shelly Short and 43 other legislators sent a letter to the Department of Ecology outlining ways the agency could lower costs.
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.
Reducing the burden of state land-use planning requirements on small cities is the goal of a pair of bills signed into law.
Tracy Ellis reports.
Sen. Shelly Short on KPQ Radio talking about bipartisanship, state budgets, police pursuits, hard drug possession, parental rights, taxes, local control of schools, changes to the Growth Management Act, and more.
Senator Shelly Short on 920 News Now with Dave Spencer talking about Democrat proposed tax increases, the bill restoring police pursuits, and her bill clarifying the role of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Sen. Shelly Short on KPQ radio talking about penalties for hard drug possession, restoring police pursuits, Democrat tax increases, and more.
Sen. Shelly Short presents Senate Resolution 8632 on March 31, 2023, honoring Camp Gifford on its 100th anniversary (or thereabouts). The camp, operated by the Salvation Army on Deer Lake in Stevens County, has been a beacon of ministry and mentorship for youth of the Inland Northwest.
Listen to this 7th District Legislative Update with Sen. Shelly Short
Topic: HD 1240 “Assault Weapons”
Sen. Shelly Short on KPQ radio talking about the Supreme Court ruling that the income tax on capital gains is constitutional, the state budget, tax relief, 2nd Amendment rights, hard drug possession, police pursuits, and more.
The people of Washington have voted against an income tax 11 times since 1934, but they have been saddled with one just the same, thanks to Democratic majorities in the state Legislature and a pliant state Supreme Court. In this video, Sen. Shelly Short puts it bluntly: This is the biggest political betrayal in Washington state history.