Gildon introduces legislation to reinstate 21-gun salute on Capitol Campus Sen. Chris Gildon will be sponsoring a bill to restore the military tradition of the 21-gun salute during the 2022 legislative session. Gildon, R-Puyallup, is sponsoring this bill after a 21-gun salute was not permitted during the 71st Korean War anniversary ceremony on the Washington state Capitol Campus earlier this... Read More...
Long Term Care payroll tax exemption form now available Dear Neighbor, You may remember receiving a newsletter and video from me earlier this summer regarding the newly created Long Term Care payroll tax. In those messages, I noted that you would be able to apply for an exemption to the tax. Beginning today, October 1, 2021, those with a qualified plan may apply... Read More...
Prison Alarm Bells! Join me tomorrow to learn more Prison alarm bells: five years of failure at the Department of Corrections and what Washington can do about it I’d like to invite you to join me and two of my colleagues tomorrow (Wednesday, September 15) at 10 a.m. as we release Prison alarm bells: five years of failure at the Department... Read More...
Vaccine mandate will have far reaching repercussions Dear Neighbor, Just recently, my father came for a visit from New Mexico and I took him on a tour of the Capitol Building in Olympia. I found the tour guide’s explanation of how the building was designed especially profound. The main floor houses state-wide elected officials such as the... Read More...