Rep. Chris Corry's News & Media


Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, sits down with KIHR’s Mark Bailey to talk last minute tax push by the majority, break down the inadequate drug possession bill and explain why he believes...

April 19, 2023

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, joins KVI’s Ari Hoffman to break down the last minute tax hike proposals from Democrats on the sale of homes and other properties and the effort to...

April 18, 2023

With one week to go in the 2023 legislative session, majority Democrats in the Senate are pushing a last-minute effort to increase state and local property taxes. Senate Bill 5770 would...

April 17, 2023

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, stops by KVI to explain why Senate Bill 5599 parents should be concerned about the dangerous language included in the bill that erodes parental rights. Wash. House...

April 17, 2023

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, sits down with KTTH’s Jason Rantz to explain why Senate Bill 5599 is a fundamental violation of parents’ rights. Corry also details the dangerous precedent the bill...

April 17, 2023

In his final legislative video update of the 2023 session, Rep. Chris Corry-R, Yakima, says majority Democrats pushed through inadequate policies on vehicle pursuits and drug possession policy. Corry also details...

April 15, 2023

Following a late-night debate Wednesday, the House passed a bill that exempts shelters and host homes for runaway children from having to notify parents when their children are seeking gender affirming...

April 14, 2023

The Washington State House of Representatives debated and voted on Senate Bill 5599 on April 12, 2023. From the House gallery, following the debate, Assistant Floor Leaders Chris Corry and Peter...

April 14, 2023

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, speaks against House Bill 5599 which would violate parental rights by exempting shelters for runaways, and others that take in kids from parental notification laws for kids...

April 13, 2023

In a late-night debate this week, the Washington state House of Representatives approved a watered-down version of the vehicular pursuit bill on a 57-40 vote with split votes on both sides...

April 12, 2023