Republican state Senators are calling for a special session to suspend Washington’s gas tax.
Sen. Simon Sefzik, R-Ferndale, Washington's youngest-ever senator on record, saw the Washington Legislature with fresh eyes this year. In this video, he reflects on his first session, discusses the Legislature's successes and failures, and expresses hopes for the...
Sen. Sefzik talks about his bill to suspend the state gas tax. The Ari Hoffman Show KVI The Jason Rantz Show KTTH
Sen. Simon Sefzik talks with [un]Divided's Brandi Kruse about the future of politics. https://audioboom.com/posts/8046088-un-divided-episode-36-the-future-of-politics-3-11-22
VIDEO: KING 5: Gas tax ‘holiday’ proposals drawing mixed reactions at state, national level, featuring Sen. Simon Sefzik
Prices have skyrocketed for Americans at the pump, but some lawmakers don't believe suspending the tax is a viable solution. https://youtu.be/_pBfzDhh-RY
Sen. Simon Sefzik talks to Lars Larson about his bill to suspend the state gas tax and his push to allow Washington oil refineries to ramp up production.
Northwest Washington oil refineries have an important role to play in the effort to beat back Russian aggression, according to a state Senator. Tracy Ellis explains.
A state Senator tries one more time to get you a year-long reprieve from state gas taxes. Tracy Ellis explains.
Q&A with the legislature's newest member, 22-year-old former White House staffer, Sen. Simon Sefzik (R-Ferndale).
Sen. Simon Sefzik, R-Ferndale, talks about the export fuel tax and the effort to place checks and balances on the governor's emergency powers in his first video update from Olympia. https://youtu.be/yCgivjQWSnQ
AUDIO: Senate Republican Transportation Lead: Washington’s neighbors “not happy” about Democrats’ export fuel tax
Does the Washington State Democrats’ transportation package declare war on neighboring states? Tracy Ellis tells us that some see it that way.
State Senate Republicans all say no to the Democrat’s transportation funding bill that would increase taxes and fees. Tracy Ellis tells us majority Democrats were able to push it through the Senate anyway.