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Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, joins KIT Radio to discuss the tension within the legislature, challenges of the remote session, and his upcoming virtual town hall. The 14th District lawmaker also talks...

Feb. 23, 2021

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, joins KLCK to discuss the capital riots, the remote session, and the status of reopening in his county. The 14th District lawmaker also talks about his opposition...

Feb. 19, 2021

Washington House Republicans released their 2021-23 operating budget framework at a news conference today. Ranking member on the House Appropriations Committee, Rep. Drew Stokesbary, says it is not necessary for state...

Feb. 16, 2021

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, joins KLCK Radio with Kevin Malcom to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine, the reopening process, and his thoughts on different proposed relief bills. The 14th District Lawmaker also...

Feb. 8, 2021

We’ve entered the third week of the 2021 virtual legislative session. As expected, the state’s response to the coronavirus pandemic tops the list for legislative agenda items.

Jan. 25, 2021

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, sits down with KIHR radio to explain the logistics of the remote session, the need for maintaining transparency, and supporting small businesses during the pandemic. The 14th...

Jan. 20, 2021

For many of us, the front-line in the fight against COVID-19 is taking place in the safety of our homes. Sheltering-in-place, 6 foot social distancing and other public health guidelines have...

May 8, 2020

I’d like to begin this update by thanking all the people in the 14th District for the incredible sacrifices you’ve made to mitigate the impact of coronavirus. According to the latest...

April 28, 2020

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, talks with KIT Radio about safely lifting commercial and residential construction restrictions put in place by the governor because of COVID-19 concerns.

April 9, 2020

Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, talks with KVI's Kirby Wilbur about safely lifting restrictions on residential and commercial construction put in place by the governor because of COVID-19 concerns.

April 9, 2020