Dear Friends and Neighbors,
I’m excited to announce that my 14th District Legislative Report has recently arrived in mailboxes across our district. Tracking, analyzing, and providing information on critical public policy decisions made in Olympia is a big part of my job as your state representative.
This informational report gives you a glimpse into the bills approved and rejected during the recent 2022 legislative session. Along with my seatmate, Rep. Gina Mosbrucker, R-Goldendale, we share our perspectives on the impacts of those policies on our state and region.
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Many of you may already be aware that Washington state imposes restrictions on the communication legislators are allowed to send during election years. That’s a good thing. Those restrictions ensure state resources are not used for campaign purposes.
That’s why, for the next several months, you won’t be getting any legislative updates from me.
There are also restrictions on my legislative website, meaning no new content can be added beginning May 16, 2022, until after the general election in November is certified. Until that time, several other forms of communication are also restricted. The only exception would be if a special legislative session is called.
Working hard for you!
Despite the election year restrictions, you need to know that I’m still working hard for the people of the 14th District. During the interim — the weeks between the end of one legislative session and the start of another — I’ll be busy in our community, attending various legislative events, meeting with constituents, and working for our region.
If you would like to meet with me or find out more about public policy topics that affect our district, please don’t hesitate to give me a call or send me an email. I’m always happy to hear from you.
It’s an honor to serve as your state representative.