Update from Olympia – Feb. 14, 2018 February 14, 2018 Share my E-newsletter Due to election year restrictions, I will be limited in how I can communicate with you about what is going on in Olympia. Please be sure to subscribe to my newsletter if you already haven’t. Visit my website by clicking here and sign up to receive future... Read More...
Senate passes legislation to boost tourism statewide Bipartisan legislation establishing a new statewide Tourism Marketing Authority (WTMA) passed the Washington state Senate Saturday. The bill would direct the group to develop and implement a tourism-marketing plan to drive tourism dollars to all parts of the state. “The natural and diverse beauty found in every corner of Washington,... Read More...
Warnick bill to help agricultural education clears committee A bill sponsored by Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, to help the next generation of agriculturists educate their communities was approved by the Senate Agriculture, Water, Natural Resources and Parks Committee Thursday. The legislation, Senate Bill 6571, would provide a sales and use tax exemption to student members of agricultural... Read More...
Update from Olympia Share my E-newsletter Due to election year restrictions, I will be limited in how I can communicate with you about what is going on in Olympia. Please be sure to subscribe to my newsletter if you already haven’t. Visit my website by clicking here and sign up to receive future e-newsletters! You can also... Read More...
Hard-fought Hirst compromise reached for rural Washington Capital budget approved; provides unprecedented support for education   After nearly a year of negotiations, Sen. Judy Warnick, former chair of the Senate’s water-related committee and lead negotiator on the bill to fix the flawed Hirst court decision, believes the compromise deal reached this week by Senate and House negotiators... Read More...
Senators welcome House Democrats’ reengagement on Hirst Senators Judy Warnick and Jim Honeyford welcomed news that House Democrats have planned a work session Dec. 12 to discuss the Hirst water rights court decision. “I have remained hopeful since the Legislature adjourned that we can deliver a Hirst fix for rural Washington,” said Warnick, R-Moses Lake, who sponsored... Read More...
Legislative Update – Fighting for Rural Washington September 21, 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...