April 17, 2012
Rep. David Taylor
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A regional chamber of commerce is giving the public to meet candidates for the state’s 15th legislative district during an event next week.
Recount starts today for 15th District race
The race for a spot on the general election ballot for the 15th District legislative seat is a little tighter.
Eleven votes separate challengers
Eleven votes separate two challengers from Selah vying for a 15th District legislative seat.
Close contest for second in primary
A legislator is breathing a bit easier this morning after expanding his primary lead by more than 200 votes.
Kearby holds 4-to-1 lead over Taylor
An incumbent in office since 2009 appears to have a strong challenge this election.
Three candidates are running for a 15th Legislative District seat.
A local lawmaker is proposing legislation that he said will challenge new rules on transgender bathroom use and protect religious freedoms.
Yakima Valley lawmakers today are calling Gov. Jay Inslee’s State of the State speech yesterday a mix of electioneering and tax-and-spend policy.
Yakima Valley lawmakers are less than enthusiastic about Gov. Jay Inslee’s budget proposal for 2016.
Water, education, aiding the economy in rural communities and taxation are among Lower Valley legislators’ priorities as they prepare to start a new session in Olympia one month from today.
The state Supreme Court’s decision last week to fine the state $100,000 a day because it feels there is lack of progress on funding basic education isn’t finding many friends in the Lower Valley.
State legislators made history - both good and bad - during the session that wrapped up last Friday.
Rep. Dave Taylor (R-Moxee) received the 2011 Cornerstone Award from the Association of Washington Businesses for his efforts to protect jobs, spur local economic development and create an employer-friendly environment in Washington state.