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Retiring Sen. Adam Kline says farewell

  • December 1st, 2014

Senate Democrats said farewell to retiring member Sen. Adam Kline, D-Southeast Seattle, during a gathering of colleagues, staff and friends. Kline served in the Legislature for 18 years, nine as chair of the Judiciary […]

  • Rolfes: “I believe the Court has done us a favor”

Rolfes: “I believe the Court has done us a favor”

  • September 11th, 2014

Senate Democratic Floor Leader Christine Rolfes issued the statement below following today’s Supreme Court ruling:

“Today’s Supreme Court ruling that the state is in contempt for failing to adequately fund the education of Washington’s one million school […]

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2014 Session: Work Left Unfinished

While there were victories to celebrate in 2014 – the passage of the Dream Act, gun violence prevention and a modest amount of money put into education – Senate Democrats are concerned about the lack of progress that was made toward fully funding education in 2014 and the burden that and other shortcomings will create when the 2015 legislature convenes in January. Read more…


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