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Sharon Wylie

‘Parents’ bill of rights’ legislation includes vague language, could lead to discrimination, says lawsuit

May 29, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

A group of parents, equity organizations and the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington are suing the state to prevent the implementation of a conservative-backed measure, known as the “parents’… Read story

Rep. Wylie seeking reelection to state House for 49th Legislative District

May 1, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver, announced today she is seeking reelection to Washington’s 49th Legislative District, a seat she’s held since 2011. Read story

Sen. Annette Cleveland answers a question on rent control during a 49th Legislative District town hall on Saturday, April 6, 2024 at Fourth Plain Community Commons in Vancouver.

Contentious 49th District town hall: Residents criticize Sen. Cleveland on rent limit bill

Sen. Annette Cleveland answers a question on rent control during a 49th Legislative District town hall on Saturday, April 6, 2024 at Fourth Plain Community Commons in Vancouver.

April 8, 2024, 6:02pm Clark County News

A Saturday town hall hosted by 49th Legislative District lawmakers turned contentious over such hot-button issues as housing and education. Read story

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, second from right, joins fellow lawmakers as she speaks to the crowd during the 2024 Legislative Review at the Hilton Vancouver Washington on Wednesday morning.

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

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, second from right, joins fellow lawmakers as she speaks to the crowd during the 2024 Legislative Review at the Hilton Vancouver Washington on Wednesday morning.

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

An Amazon prime delivery van parks Feb. 23, 2023, in front the Devil's Triangle near the Amazon Campus in South Lake Union, Seattle.

Bill before Washington Legislature would strip down rules for strip clubs

An Amazon prime delivery van parks Feb. 23, 2023, in front the Devil's Triangle near the Amazon Campus in South Lake Union, Seattle.

February 20, 2024, 6:06am Business

Clark County does not have a single strip club. In fact, it’s never had a strip club, as far as The Columbian can tell. 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

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

Community members gathered on Monday to honor Transgender Day of Remembrance hosted by the Community Foundation.

‘We gather as a beloved community to say that we dare to be different’: Clark County religious, community leaders speak out on Transgender Day of Remembrance

Community members gathered on Monday to honor Transgender Day of Remembrance hosted by the Community Foundation.

November 21, 2023, 12:30pm Clark County Health

Nikki Kuhnhausen. Brent Wood. Mac Ohana. Natalie Nguyen. Rikkey Outumuro. Summer Taylor. Zoella Rosa Matinez. Aja Raquell Rhone-Spears. Chloe Sagal. Colin Smith. Gigi Pierce. Jessi Hart. Kenna Leigh Gillock. Loni Kai Okaruru. Oliver Taylor. Rani Baker. Serena Brenneman. Titi Gulley. 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

Legislators swear in on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.

Washington Legislature’s real estate excise tax bill HB 1628 creates a stir

Legislators swear in on the first day of the legislative session at the Washington state Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on Monday, Jan. 9, 2023.

April 14, 2023, 6:03am Business

House Bill 1628, coined the Affordable Housing Act, is causing a stir among Washington residents, real estate agents and legislators. Read story