Legislators from both Houses gathered on the steps of the state Capital on Monday to urge their colleagues to pass a transportation revenue package. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD
Sen. Adam Kline, D-Seattle, talks about three bills dealing with impaired driving which were approved this week by the Senate Law and Justice Committee.
In The Loop. Senate D’s stand up for jobs, working families and same-sex couples as the 2013 regular session ends.
Welcome to In The Loop, a podcast update on the activities of the Washington Senate Democratic Caucus. To download In The Loop, click HERE.
Sen. Sharon Nelson, D-Maury Island, today issued the following statement on the Senate’s failure to pass meaningful protections for babies and children from harmful flame retardants:
"A reasonable compromise could have been had that would have protected babies and children from unnecessary exposure to harmful flame retardants. More...
With literally hours left in the 2013 session, and virtually nothing to show for more than 100 days of work, 11 Republicans have decided their time would be best spent rolling back civil rights.
Washington has the fourth most crowded classrooms in America. We could have an additional $40 million in the next two years for our schools from an industry that can afford to pay its share. We need to stop giving the oil industry in our state a blank check and start holding them accountable.
"No one can argue that all public services are being delivered as efficiently as possible. We're looking for opportunities to increase efficiencies - and we welcome all ideas."
"The best way to ensure Washington’s place as a national leader is to ensure that our investments in early learning, K-12 and higher education are producing positive results."
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