Progressive agenda of taxes, environment, police reform, overruns real priorities of Washingtonians in 2021 remote session


April 29, 2021

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Rep. Mary Dye

By Sen. Mark Schoesler, Rep. Mary Dye and Rep. Joe Schmick

OLYMPIA–The 2021 legislative session is now in the history books, finishing on Sunday evening, April 25. It was truly a session like no other in the history of the state, conducted remotely behind computer screens where we sat for some days as long as 18 hours, listening to testimony, debating issues and voting on bills in the virtual...

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