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E-NEWSLETTER: So long, Oregonians? Hello, Friends and Neighbors! My previous newsletter had focused on how this year’s session ended on time (barely) but with a ton of new taxes, most of which were rushed through in the final few days. That was frustrating enough. However, in the few weeks since coming home I’ve had... Read More...
E-NEWSLETTER: No overtime, TONS OF TAXES Hello, Friends and Neighbors! This year’s legislative session ended late Sunday night, literally a few minutes before it would have gone into overtime. It’s great to be back home but disappointing to look at what happened in the final week of the session. While it had become apparent that tax... Read More...
In The News: Washington approves blaze pink law (goHUNT.com) This week, Washington Governor Jay Inslee signed blaze pink into law, which means the Evergreen State joins other states like Colorado, Wisconsin, New York and Minnesota that have already legalized fluorescent pink for hunting. The bill modifies the current regulation that requires a minimum of 400 square inches of fluorescent... Read More...
Senate resurrects, passes Wilson bill targeting vehicle-license fraud OLYMPIA…Sen. Lynda Wilson’s perseverance paid off today when the state Senate revived her measure to address the unlawful out-of-state licensing of vehicles by Washington residents, then unanimously approved the bill – with less than four days left in the Legislature’s regular session. “I never gave up on this legislation because... Read More...