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Welcome to my official legislative website! It’s an honor to represent the 13th District.

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. We need to reduce over regulation, overly restrictive growth management laws, and excessive taxation, especially for working families and small businesses.

Agriculture and water resources are also at the top of my agenda. I’ll continue proposing ways to help our farmers, ranchers and other agricultural producers who contribute in such a large way to our state’s economy. Water access is critical in our state, and I’m working to ensure fair and sustainable water policy.

Our state is facing a public safety emergency with crime at record levels. I want to empower law enforcement to keep our communities safe, give local jurisdictions resources to hire and train police, help those struggling in addiction and fix our broken criminal justice system.

A primary responsibility of state government is providing resources to communities to educate our children. In the 2023 legislative session, I’m closely following developments around special education and the need to better fund programs for these students.

I hope this website 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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February 13, 2024

Joint 13th District Virtual Town Hall

Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, and Reps. Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake, and Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, are inviting constituents from the 13th District to join them for a one-hour Virtual Town Hall meeting, Wednesday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. to discuss the 2024 legislative session. The remote town hall meeting will be conducted using the Zoom platform. Those who would like to participate must pre-register in advance...
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February 09, 2024

$6 billion property tax increase dead for now

Members of the Senate Republican Caucus have been warning the public about Senate Bill 5770, which would have imposed the largest property tax increase in state history, allowing local jurisdictions to triple the property tax growth rate without a vote of the people. Sen. Judy Warnick offered this statement on the news from the bill’s...
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February 08, 2024

$6 billion more in property taxes

The Legislature is poised to vote on one of the worst bills of the year. If approved, Senate Bill 5770 would allow annual growth rate of your local property taxes to triple. Local governments would be able to increase your property taxes by up to 3% WITHOUT VOTER APPROVAL costing hardworking taxpayers $6 billion over 12 years and...
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February 01, 2024

Warnick bill strengthening public-private partnerships for state-managed lands clears Senate

Over 1 million acres across 33 wildlife areas and over 450 waterways are under the management of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife. The department is tasked with preserving and protecting the state’s vast natural resources and it’s a big job. State Sen. Judy Warnick’s legislation would make that burden easier by expanding the...
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January 21, 2024

Update from Olympia

Greetings Friends and Neighbors, Things are moving quickly here in Olympia with over 1,000 new bills introduced in the state Legislature. I’d like to think that many of these proposals are needed to address problems our citizens are facing, but a cursory look reveals some troubling themes that I’ve discussed before, particularly when it comes...
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July 10, 2023

Join me for Town Halls!

Greetings Friends and Neighbors, The 2023 legislative session is behind us but there is still a lot going on. During the interim I’m staying busy meeting with constituents here in district and participating in numerous task forces and commissions around the state. During the session my House seatmates and I held a virtual town hall,...
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