Sen. Lynda Wilson

Wilson wins Senate approval for enhanced ‘business bill of rights’ OLYMPIA… For the second time in four years the state Senate has backed Sen. Lynda Wilson’s effort to help Washington employers keep clear of regulatory issues by improving how they interface with state-government agencies. Senate Bill 6408, approved today, is a sequel to Wilson’s 2017 legislation that created a “bill... Read More...
Senate unanimously approves Tiffany Hill Act The Tiffany Hill Act is on its way to the state House of Representatives following a unanimous vote today by the state Senate. Sen. Lynda Wilson says there’s a new reason to believe the measure will become law in 2020, on its third try: the compelling story of the Vancouver... Read More...
Tiffany Hill Act wins Senate committee’s endorsement The Tiffany Hill Act has won its first vote in the state Senate. Introduced by Sen. Lynda Wilson and named for the former Marine sergeant and Vancouver mother of three who was slain by her estranged husband in November, the bill today received a unanimous recommendation from the Senate Law... Read More...
E-newsletter: Great News! Hello Friends and Neighbors, I want you to share some great news about SB 5149, now known as the Tiffany Hill Act. Yesterday I received word that the bill is scheduled for “executive action” – meaning a committee vote – at next Thursday morning’s meeting of our Senate Law and... Read More...
E-NEWSLETTER: New tax even goes after the ‘Avon Lady’ Hello, Friends and Neighbors! I appreciate that almost 100 people took 90 minutes out of this past Saturday to attend our town hall at WSU Vancouver. We covered a wide range of issues, and it was clear that some in the audience had very different opinions at times – but... Read More...
E-NEWSLETTER: An uprising at the Capitol Hello, Friends and Neighbors! Today is Day 26 at the Capitol, meaning we are one-fourth of the way through our 105-day session. We’re also two weeks from the first deadline of the session, which is the “cutoff” for Senate policy committees to take action on Senate bills. It’s been a... Read More...