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Wilcox and Braun call on Democrats and governor to fix the problems created by controversial police-related bills
Wilcox and Braun call on Democrats and governor to fix the problems created by controversial police-related bills
Republicans warned House Bill 1310 and House Bill 1054 would make communities less safe, offered amendments that were rejected Law enforcement, EMT, and local elected officials across the state are expressing their concerns with new police-related bills passed by Democrats this year and explaining how the legislation will jeopardize the...
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Republican leaders say people deserve clear answers about state of emergency Republican leaders say people deserve clear answers about state of emergency
  New proclamation indicates governor will maintain tighter grip at least through September OLYMPIA… With the state of emergency linked to the COVID-19 pandemic now past the 16-month mark, the state Legislature’s top Republican leaders say Gov. Jay Inslee needs to be up front with the people of Washington about...
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Government failed Cowlitz County on methanol project, say senators Government failed Cowlitz County on methanol project, say senators
OLYMPIA… The state senators representing Cowlitz County say the loss of a proposed $2.3 billion methanol plant at the Port of Kalama is another example of state government being out of touch with the needs of families and employers across the state. “The leaders at the port, the people at...
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STATEMENT: Promise of good jobs defeated by Inslee’s climate agenda, says Braun STATEMENT: Promise of good jobs defeated by Inslee’s climate agenda, says Braun
OLYMPIA… Senate Republican Leader John Braun offered this statement today after Northwest Innovation Works announced it is pulling the plug on a seven-year effort to construct a $2.3 billion methanol plant at the Port of Kalama. “Knowing this announcement might come from NW Innovations doesn’t make it any less disappointing....
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