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The 25th District is a special place with extraordinary people. Our citizens are hard-working, independent, and generous. Our communities—Puyallup, Fife, South Hill, Summit-Waller, Midland, and Parkland—are growing and changing, while remaining true to their values and traditions.

I believe fundamentally that political power comes from the people. That means that I work for you. I hope you will feel free to call or write me anytime. Set up a time to meet at my Olympia office, sit down for coffee on a weekend, or visit my Puyallup district office after the legislative session.

It is an honor to serve the 25th District as state senator. I look forward to working with you to strengthen our communities.

Hans Zeiger
State Senator – 25th District

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What’s the hold up? What’s the hold up?
Some of you may be wondering if the budget is complete and we’ve passed our school funding and reform plan, why is the Legislature still in session? Last fall, a ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court made a significant change in how counties determine whether to issue building permits...
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Making education a priority Making education a priority
Funding for public education makes up more than 50% of the state budget for the first time since 1983, after dipping as low as 38% just over a decade ago. This is important as a significant part of the McCleary ruling highlighted that the state was not paying the full...
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Landmark progress for students Landmark progress for students
The Legislature passed historic new funding levels and reforms for Washington’s public schools at the end of June, which will have profound effects for our state’s students, teachers, parents and taxpayers for decades to come. In addition to providing a significant funding increase (which is detailed below), we also made...
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Beyond the headlines: budget highlights Beyond the headlines: budget highlights
I want to share a few of the important state budget investments that are on the way. $7.3 billion additional state funds for public education over the next four years. $105 million the next four years toward the State Need Grant, which provides financial assistance to low-income students attending college....
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