Rep. Liz Pike's Email Updates


Dear Friends and Neighbors, It’s hard to believe only 12 days remain of the scheduled 105-day session. Lots of things are moving fast in Olympia as we count down to sine...

Dear Friends and Neighbors, It’s budget time in Olympia. On Tuesday, Senate Republicans rolled out their proposed operating budget plan. Next Monday, House Democrats will follow with their plan. Then the...

Rep. Liz Pike and Environment Committee Chairman Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon celebrate House passage of House Bill 1504. Let’s put our short-line rail roads to work, bringing new jobs to our communities!...

Good government transparency bill passes House Now that we are past the deadline for all House bills to be voted out of our chamber, I’m happy to report two of my...

Dear Friends and Neighbors, The committee cutoffs are behind us. On Wednesday, we reached the halfway point of the scheduled 105-day session, and we are working long hours in the House chamber, considering...

Dear Friends and Neighbors, It is Day 47 of the scheduled 105-day regular session and there are many things happening at the state Capitol as we near the halfway point next Wednesday....

Dear Friends and Neighbors, One of my friends this week said he was surprised that Rep. Vicki Kraft and I had so many people at our Transportation Solutions town hall meeting...

Rep. Vicki Kraft and I are inviting you to join us tomorrow, Saturday, Feb. 11, for an important “Transportation Solutions” Town Hall from 10 a.m. to noon at Clark College East Campus, Third...

‘One Washington’ education plan is a great start to address McCleary decision Washington state is anticipating nearly $3 billion in additional new revenue over the 2017-19 biennium, according to the Washington State...

Rep. Liz Pike discusses her concerns that Oregon has abandoned its long-standing lower Columbia River co-management with Washington by voting to permanently allow gillnetting.