Legislature

End of session update Legislative update from Olympia Dear Neighbor, We concluded our work for the 2018 legislative session last Thursday. It was a busy session and we finished on time, without a special session! It was also the most partisan session that I have experienced in my eight years as a legislator. It... Read More...
Zeiger: Senate budget invests in 167/Meridian interchange The state Senate released its supplemental transportation budget this week. It includes funding for design and engineering for a full single-point urban interchange at Meridian Avenue and Highway 167 in Puyallup as part of the plan to complete Highway 167 to I-5 and the Port of Tacoma. The Senate’s supplemental... Read More...
Legislature passes capital budget with support from local legislators Legislators voted Thursday night to approve a $4 billion, two-year capital spending plan that includes funding for critical projects in the 25th Legislative District. “These projects are a win for our district,” said Sen. Hans Zeiger, R-Puyallup. “We are making investments in our local environment, early childhood education and families... Read More...
Letter from Olympia, week 2 2018 Legislative Session Begins It has been a busy two weeks in Olympia since the 2018 legislative session began on Jan. 8. There have been a number of meetings, hearings and late-night floor votes in recent days, and I am happy to report that we have come to an agreement... Read More...
letter from Olympia, week 7 Rep. Hans Zeiger's week 7 update discusses the House Democrat operating budget proposal, the Senate Majority Coalition Caucus budget proposal and supplemental capital and transportation budgets. Read More...
letter from Olympia, week 6 Rep. Zeiger's week 6 email update discusses education bills passed by the House, his squatter's legislation and links to his video and higher education op-ed. Read More...
letter from Olympia, week 5 letter from Olympia, week 5 - Rep. Zeiger discusses the Senate's removal of the DOT secretary and accountability in our state agencies. Read More...
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