Rep. Brandon Vick’s legislative insight – House cutoff, small business legislation and McCleary update
Last week we passed the house-of-origin cutoff, meaning bills not passed out of their respective chamber by the deadline are likely “dead” for the session, unless they are deemed necessary to implement the budget or (NTIB). The...
There have been more than 1,100 bills introduced in the state House of Representatives this session. Last week was policy committee cutoff, meaning if the bill has not been voted out of...
Rep. Brandon Vick's legislative insight: Jan. 27, 2017 - Rep. Vick discusses his committee assignments, the governor's proposed budget, "Right to Try," crowdfunding legislation and improving our economy.
Rep. Vick's legislative insight, 2016 session wrap-up - supplemental operating budget, strengthening the economy, session successes, election year restrictions
In Rep. Brandon Vick's Feb. 25 email update he discusses his legislation being considered by the Senate, his Right to Try legislation and the House Democrats proposed operating budget
Rep. Brandon Vick's Feb. 2 legislative insight discusses education issues, House Republicans attempt to vote on two-thirds tax increases and charter schools, and more.
Rep. Vick previews the 2016 legislative session and discusses two of the bills he is sponsoring in 2016 to improve the quality of life for Washingtonians.
Rep. Vick gives a brief interim update and overview of committee assembly action in Olympia in this email update.
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On Friday afternoon, the Legislature finally adjourned after 176 days of being in session. It's a relief to finally be done, and I'm looking forward to spending more time in district...