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‘My bill provides more money for the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of auto theft at the local level. This is about giving local authorities the tools needed to help keep our...

April 13, 2023

‘This program will provide hope. It will introduce students to the trades, allow them to develop basic skills and knowledge, and help them assess their interests and abilities.’ Legislation sponsored by...

April 13, 2023

Two critical policies in the Legislature passed the Washington State House of Representatives late into the night on Monday and Tuesday. Senate Bill 5352, involving law enforcement vehicular pursuits, and Senate...

April 13, 2023

The Washington state House of Representatives passed legislation today that will direct more funding toward local law enforcement efforts to combat auto theft. House Bill 1682 removes confinement costs as an...

March 7, 2023

‘My bill is an effort to provide an education for the future and help ensure the success of our students while making the most of their high school education,” says Maycumber...

March 2, 2023

Rep. Jacquelin Maycumber, R-Republic, says she has seen access to quality, affordable health care in rural areas of Washington state dwindle over the last decade. “We are reaching a crisis situation....

Feb. 3, 2023

‘We’ve seen this dangerous shift the last few years with Olympia adopting laws that seem to favor criminals over victims,’ says Maycumber According to the Washington State Department of Health, overdose...

Jan. 30, 2023

‘Regional apprenticeship programs give students another option to find a career locally,’ says Maycumber The 2023 legislative session has begun in Olympia. For the first time in nearly three years, the...

Jan. 11, 2023

‘Entrepreneurs and small businesses are a key to bringing economic stability to rural and underserved communities,’ says Maycumber Small businesses in rural and underserved communities will have more access to credit...

March 30, 2022

Representatives from the 7th Legislative District voted against legislation tonight that would place a limit of 10 rounds for all firearms magazines purchased, manufactured, or transferred in Washington state. The so-called...

March 4, 2022