Jan. 21: I discuss legislation I’m working on, my thoughts on the Supreme Court’s ruling on education funding, my position on a gas tax package,
Jan. 28: I discuss my schedule during session, groups I have met with in Olympia, the two firearms initiatives before the Legislature,
Feb. 4: I respond to the governor’s proposal to repeal tax incentives, explain why I voted against a bill mandating paid sick leave, and provide an update on the implementation of Obamacare and alternatives I supported.
Feb. 11: I discuss the potential of a drought in our state, explain the bill I supported dealing with electric cars, share an award I received that benefitted the local food bank, share that a local man went to the 2014 Olympics, and tell people how they can get involved with the management of the Teanaway land purchase by the state.
Feb. 18: I provide a tour of the House Republican caucus room, and explain my position as caucus chair.
March 5: I share my thoughts on two supplemental budget proposals, explain why I voted for a proposal dealing with paid signature gatherers and share my position on a proposal to use lottery revenues for school construction bonding.
March 12: I share what I do as your state representative when the Legislature is not in session, invite constituents to share bill ideas with me for the 2015 session, and explain how constituents can reach me when I am back in Moses Lake.