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Washington, Oregon legislators press I-5 Bridge replacement officials about permits, cost and impact on property owners

June 10, 2024, 6:21pm Clark County News

Legislators from Washington and Oregon who convened virtually Monday to discuss replacement of the Interstate 5 Bridge raised concerns about progress on the project. Read story

2024 Legislative Review: Southwest Washington lawmakers tout session’s successes

March 20, 2024, 7:25pm Business

Southwest Washington lawmakers gathered Wednesday morning at the Hilton Vancouver Washington to discuss the recent legislative session and its implications for the business community. Read story

Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, ranking minority member of Senate Ways and Means Committee, listens to a question from the media during a legislative session preview in the Cherberg Building at the Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 in Olympia, Wash.

WA Legislature passes 3 initiatives covering taxes, schools and police chases

Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, ranking minority member of Senate Ways and Means Committee, listens to a question from the media during a legislative session preview in the Cherberg Building at the Capitol, Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 in Olympia, Wash.

March 5, 2024, 7:54am Latest News

The Washington Legislature on Monday passed three of six initiatives to the Legislature, which would bar an income tax, put a "parents' bill of rights" into law and lift some restrictions on when police can chase suspects. Read story

FILE - The afternoon sun illuminates the Legislative Building, left, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash, Oct. 9, 2018. In a Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, vote, the Washington state Senate unanimously approved legislation that would ban police from hog-tying suspects, a restraint technique that has long drawn concern due to the risk of suffocation. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Impact on Southwest Washington: Clark County lawmakers have key bills still alive in Legislature

FILE - The afternoon sun illuminates the Legislative Building, left, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash, Oct. 9, 2018. In a Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2024, vote, the Washington state Senate unanimously approved legislation that would ban police from hog-tying suspects, a restraint technique that has long drawn concern due to the risk of suffocation. (AP Photo/Ted S.

February 15, 2024, 5:58pm Clark County News

Key bills introduced by local lawmakers — including ones that would shield people from surprise ambulance costs and launch a drug overdose prevention campaign — remain alive after this week’s legislative cutoff. Read story

From left, state Sen. June Robinson, D-Everett, chair of Senate Ways and Means Committee; Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, ranking minority member of Senate Ways and Means Committee; Rep. Timm Ormsby, D-Spokane, chair of the House Appropriations Committee and Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, ranking minority member of House Appropriations Committee, participate in a panel during a legislative session preview in the Cherberg Building at the Capitol Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 in Olympia, Wash.

The Washington Legislature kicks off today. Here’s what to watch

From left, state Sen. June Robinson, D-Everett, chair of Senate Ways and Means Committee; Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, ranking minority member of Senate Ways and Means Committee; Rep. Timm Ormsby, D-Spokane, chair of the House Appropriations Committee and Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, ranking minority member of House Appropriations Committee, participate in a panel during a legislative session preview in the Cherberg Building at the Capitol Thursday, Jan. 4, 2024 in Olympia, Wash.

January 8, 2024, 8:42am Latest News

The 60-day Washington legislative session begins Monday with a relatively short to-do list before everyone decamps to focus on the election. Read story

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, speaks in support of an anti-bullying bill that would set policies to prevent transgender students from being bullied during the session in Olympia in 2019.

Women are close to holding half the seats in WA’s Legislature. Here’s why it matters

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, speaks in support of an anti-bullying bill that would set policies to prevent transgender students from being bullied during the session in Olympia in 2019.

December 20, 2023, 3:27pm Clark County Politics

Washington’s Legislature is on track to achieve equal representation of men and women elected into office by 2026. Read story

Clark County District Court administrator Bryan Farrell, center in gray, talks with law officials from the country of Georgia at the Clark County Courthouse on Tuesday morning.

‘The victim has the right to feel more safe’: Delegates from country of Georgia visit Clark County to learn about electric monitoring, victim notification system

Clark County District Court administrator Bryan Farrell, center in gray, talks with law officials from the country of Georgia at the Clark County Courthouse on Tuesday morning.

December 6, 2023, 6:06am Clark County News

Keland Hill was arrested in September 2019 for pushing his wife, 35-year-old Tiffany Hill of Vancouver, into a wall and preventing her from calling 911. About two months later, he was arrested again after putting a GPS tracker on her car. Read story

Sen. Lynda Wilson, right, meets with constituents on Nov. 9 at Brewed Awakenings in northeast Vancouver. Wilson and State Rep. Paul Harris met with family members of children with intellectual/development disorders to hear their concerns for the next legislative session.

Clark County lawmakers keep busy year-round with committees, constituents, and in some cases, full-time jobs

Sen. Lynda Wilson, right, meets with constituents on Nov. 9 at Brewed Awakenings in northeast Vancouver. Wilson and State Rep. Paul Harris met with family members of children with intellectual/development disorders to hear their concerns for the next legislative session.

November 25, 2023, 6:14am Clark County News

For Washington lawmakers, the work of an elected official doesn’t end when the legislative session does. Read story

“I’m inclined to take a wait-and-see attitude,” Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, said in a statement issued Tuesday.

New state budget forecast offers $1B worth of good news for Washington leaders

“I’m inclined to take a wait-and-see attitude,” Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, said in a statement issued Tuesday.

September 28, 2023, 2:25pm Clark County Politics

Lawmakers will have nearly $1 billion more to spend in the current budget, according to the latest analysis from the state’s chief economist. Read story

Incarcerated people at Larch Corrections Center line up outside the prison's mess hall to watch an Asian Pacific Islander event put on by fellow inmates in 2013.

Clark County’s state lawmakers fight to save Larch Corrections Center

Incarcerated people at Larch Corrections Center line up outside the prison's mess hall to watch an Asian Pacific Islander event put on by fellow inmates in 2013.

August 25, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

Local efforts to keep Larch Corrections Center near Yacolt open have drawn the support of state lawmakers. Read story