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 By Rep. Mary Dye    News    March 3, 2022

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–If you are among the thousands of people in Washington state that use natural gas, including 1.2 million residences, 107,000 commercial buildings and 3,500 industrial buildings, this article is for you! After passing a new low-carbon fuel...

 

OLYMPIA UPDATE

OLYMPIA–Rep. Mary Dye, R-Pomeroy, ranking Republican on the House Environment and Energy Committee, issued this statement Monday, December 13, following a press conference in which Gov. Jay Inslee rolled out his climate proposals for the 2022...

 

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–Since first taking office in 2013, Gov. Jay Inslee has had little success pushing his carbon reduction schemes. Conservatives have been able to fend off the legislation, citing the extreme...

 

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–We've seen a lengthy list of very contentious and unnecessary bills this session that would make it more expensive to work, live and raise a family in Washington state. The one that rises...

 
 By Rep. Mary Dye    Opinion    March 4, 2021

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–You’ve heard about the city dweller who was asked, “Where does your meat and food come from?” His reply: “From the grocery store.” In Eastern Washington, we know better. These days, we wonder if our Seattle/Puget Sound environment...

 

Republicans speak against bill that would accelerate removal of natural gas, kill WA jobs

OLYMPIA–All five Republicans who serve on the House Environment and Energy Committee spoke out against a bill that would kill jobs in Washington and could wipe out an entire industry. When House Bill 1084 was brought up for a vote, Republican...

 

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–The environment is unquestionably important to every one of us who live, work and raise families in our beautiful state of Washington. It has also become a political hotbed of...

 

Guest Commentary

OLYMPIA–Rep. Mary Dye, R-9, sponsored a bill that would study implementing a wild horse inmate training program, and her appropriation in the state supplemental operating budget to keep invasive...

 

Olympia Update

OLYMPIA–My first love of horses came at the age of 13 when we bought "Peanuts," a quarter horse bay for $250 and he became my long-lasting friend. I learned how magnificent these animals are. It...

 
 By Rep. Mary Dye    News    February 6, 2020

New trade agreement will unleash the shackles from our agricultural industry

WASHINGTON D. C.–"Mr. President, our farmers love you!" President Trump looked up, smiled, walked over to me and shook my hand. What a moment! It was the culmination of more than a year's worth of...

 

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