Senate Democratic Leader Sharon Nelson today proposed a change to Senate rules which would require committee chairs offer equal time to opposing viewpoints.
OLYMPIA – Following the passage of a bill that falls short on addressing needs related to oil train safety, Sens. Christine Rolfes, D-Kitsap County, Kevin Ranker, D-Orcas Island, and John McCoy, D-Tulalip, released the […]
Senate Democratic Leader Sharon Nelson released the statement below following the State House’s passage of the Voting Rights Act on Thursday:
“Our colleagues in […]
Senate Democratic Leader Sharon Nelson released the statement below Tuesday following the State House’s passage of a measure to raise Washington’s minimum wage:
“I applaud the leadership of our colleagues in the House of Representatives […]
The Washington State Senate transportation package passed on Monday and now moves to the House of Representatives for consideration. (TRT: 52) CLICK TO DOWNLOAD
The Washington State Senate on Monday approved […]
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2015 Session: Let’s Get To Work
The challenges that faced the legislature in 2014 — education funding, a transportation plan for all Washingtonians and important policies such as climate change, oil train transportation and mental health — are the same challenges the 2015 legislature must tackle. Read more…Tweets by @WASenDemocrats