Standing up for rural Washington

I am pleased to report that two measures we voted on, in a Thursday night session, will have a tremendous benefit for our entire state, our district and especially our friends in rural Washington. After months of debate, the Legislature finally approved a fix to the Supreme Court’s disastrous Hirst decision. Property owners across the state who rely on small wells for access to water will finally be able to develop and enjoy their property!

We also passed a capital budget that invests in mental health, important 8th District priorities and puts more than $1 billion into K-12 construction!

Click here to read the full Bridges to a Better Government report!