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Fact of Fiction? Get the real story on education funding June 14, 2017 Share my E-newsletter Do you know others who live in our district who may not be receiving my e-news updates? Please feel free to forward this e-mail invitation to them or click on the share button below. If you have received this without directly subscribing, please visit... Read More...
Sen. Warnick E-newsletter – December 2016 December 2016 Greetings Friends and Neighbors I want to thank everyone that attended our second annual Farm Hall, November 18th. It was a success. We had many from around eastern Washington attend to provide their insights on the challenges our agricultural and rural communities are facing. We discussed a variety... Read More...
13th District lawmakers to host Lincoln County town hall meetings Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, and Rep. Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake, are holding two town hall meetings around Lincoln County, May 2, 2016, and encourage Lincoln County residents to attend. Meeting locations and times are as follows: When: May 2, 2016   10:00 a.m. Harrington Opera House – on the corner of... Read More...
Voter’s voice denied on 2/3rds tax increase amendment Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, voted today to let Washington voters have the final say on requiring a higher level of approval for tax measures. Senate Joint Resolution 8211, which would change the state constitution so that tax increases would need support from a two-thirds majority of lawmakers, failed to... Read More...
Sen. Warnick’s E-newsletter – Feb. 5, 2016 Update from Olympia – February 5, 2016 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, We have reached the half-way point in the 2016 legislative session. When the Legislature adjourned last July, our state’s budget was balanced, making critical investments in our state’s K-12 system, investing in higher education and our state’s safety net.... Read More...
Warnick bill addresses privacy concerns tied to controversial new state rule Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, has introduced legislation to address growing privacy concerns stemming from a new state rule that loosens access to gender-specific facilities at public and private organizations. The rule change, quietly adopted by the state Human Rights Commission on Dec. 26, permits persons to use locker rooms,... Read More...
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