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Welcome to my website! It’s an honor to represent the 13th District from Easton and Cle Elum over to Moses Lake and Davenport.

The economy is at the top of everyone’s minds right now. It’s important that our state government focus on the creation of jobs in the private sector and encouraging businesses to stay or move to Washington. We need to ease regulations on employers and provide a continuing labor force for important industries.

I have and will continue to advocate for better prioritization of capital projects and the amount of bonds that the state takes out to fund these projects. Creating jobs and maintaining vital infrastructure should be the focus of the construction budget.

Agriculture and water resources remain at the top of my agenda. I’ll continue proposing ways to help our farmers who contribute in such a large way to our state’s economy. We’ve also got some large water issues in our state, and I’ll make sure they’re not ignored. In addition, we need to reduce over regulation, overly restrictive growth management laws, and excessive taxation, especially for small businesses.

I hope this Web site will help to inform you of these and other issues affecting our district. Please use the “Contact Me” link at the top of the page to call, write or send me an e-mail. I value your advice and feedback, and want to help address your concerns regarding state issues.

Thank you for the honor of representing your interests and ideas in Olympia.

Judy Warnick, State Senator
13th District
(R – Moses Lake)

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Warnick urges stiff penalties for Inslee’s apple maggot gaffe
Warnick urges stiff penalties for Inslee’s apple maggot gaffe
In an effort to console eastern Washington communities devastated by wildfires, Gov. Jay Inslee recently stopped for a public event in the town of Malden. During his remarks, Inslee offered words of encouragement and a seemingly benign gift – a box of apples picked from his own yard. However, the...
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Agritourism rules dust-up highlights need for better engagement, say Senate ag leaders
Agritourism rules dust-up highlights need for better engagement, say Senate ag leaders
Washingtonians continue to cope with the COVID-19 impacts often made worse by unclear, inconsistent and hastily drafted executive orders. The most recent victims of such rushed rules were agritourism businesses. Late last week, the governor’s office issued rules that essentially shut down the industry, while letting other similar activities take...
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Warnick urges farmers to access recently expanded Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)
Warnick urges farmers to access recently expanded Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)
Ranking member on the state Senate’s agriculture-related committee, Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, welcomed news from federal partners that more commodities are eligible for aid for Washington’s farmers and ranchers impacted by coronavirus restrictions. The Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) began in April for a limited number of hardest-hit products,...
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Legislature approves job-saving tax credit for aerospace refurbishing Legislature approves job-saving tax credit for aerospace refurbishing
The state Legislature gave final approval to Senate Bill 6068, sponsored by Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, and co-sponsored by her seatmates, Reps. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, and Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake. The bill keeps proven tax incentives for large airplanes undergoing modification work in Washington. Hundreds of family-wage jobs will continue thanks to the tax...
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