Sen. Warnick’s E-newsletter – Feb. 11, 2015 February 11, 2015 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, We are finishing the fourth week of the 2015 legislative session and I am working hard in my committees on bills that make sense for our district and state. I am focusing on common-sense policies that grow jobs, improve our state’s education system... Read More...
Ag committee looks at Warnick bills that would protect farmland Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, has introduced three pieces of legislation aimed at preserving and clarifying the use of agricultural lands in the context of the state’s shoreline-management and growth-management laws. All three received public hearings Tuesday before the Senate Agriculture, Water and Rural Economic Development Committee. “Agricultural land cannot... Read More...
Sen. Warnick’s E-newsletter – Jan. 27, 2015 January 27, 2015 Greetings Friends and Neighbors, It is truly an honor to serve as your state senator. While I am still familiarizing myself with the nuances of life here in the Senate, I continue working hard on issues that impact our district. Being in the majority offers new opportunities... Read More...
Washington Lawmaker Seeks To Ban E-Cigarette Sales To Minors By Ruby de Luna This week a state senate committee will hear a proposal that would make it illegal to sell e-cigarettes and vapes to minors. Last fall Sen. Judy Warnick got a tip from a police officer from her district in Moses Lake. He noted that students were buying... Read More...
Warnick very pleased with appointments to key Senate committees The 2015 legislative session began Monday, Jan. 12, and welcomed new faces to the Senate majority’s committee leadership. Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, begins her Senate career as chair of the state Senate Agriculture, Water & Rural Economic Development Committee which considers issues relating to agricultural land, products, food safety... Read More...
Rep. Warnick’s Feb. 28 e-mail update Rep. Warnick shares an update on legislation she's working on to help modernize how local infrastructure dollars are distributed; shares how she has proposed solutions to local gang problems; and shares how a decision on sales tax incentives will help jobs in Grant County. Read More...