In his week nine legislative session review, House Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox discusses house of origin cutoff, what bills are alive and dead, and the latest on the vehicular pursuit issue.
Rep. J.T. Wilcox, R-Yelm, provides an update on the state’s process to site a new major airport and House Bill 1791. Learn more about the Commercial Aviation Coordinating Commission here.
Republican leaders met with reporters to discuss wins and losses one day after the house of origin cutoff deadline in the 2023 legislative session. Lawmakers offered their thoughts on important public...
Special education funding; bad bills; holding the majority party accountable; recent headlines; and House Republican town halls.
In his week eight legislative session review, House Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox discusses house of origin cutoff, floor action, housing and public safety.
Republican leaders updated members of the media on the progress of important bills making their way through the Legislature, with particular attention to public safety and housing legislation. Lawmakers also answered...
Fiscal committee cutoff; disappointments; vehicular pursuit (House Bill 1363); House Republican priorities; and bipartisan opportunities.
In his week seven legislative session review, House Republican Leader J.T. Wilcox discusses fiscal committee cutoff and what to expect next week in the Washington State House of Representatives.
House and Senate Republicans told reporters they are hopeful legislation empowering law enforcement officers to rein in crime and substance abuse will continue to move forward, but said they remain concerned...
Policy committee cutoff; a list of good and bad bills; resources for participating in the legislative process; and Day of Remembrance.