Rep. Liz Pike's Email Updates


Are you tired of sitting in traffic every morning and every evening as you approach the I-5 bridge across the Columbia River between Vancouver and Portland? Are you tired of hearing...

Sept. 7, 2017

We entered the 2017 legislative session on Jan. 9 with high hopes to make great accomplishments for the people of the state of Washington. I outlined my priorities in an email update...

Aug. 1, 2017

After 105 days in a regular session that began in January and three 30-day special sessions, the last one concluding this Thursday, July 20, is the finish line in view for the...

July 18, 2017

One week remains before the end of the current fiscal cycle on June 30. I share your frustration that an agreement has yet to be reached on a new 2017-19 state...

June 23, 2017

There's renewed hope a bill that could create thousands of new jobs along the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad in Clark County could become law. As you may remember, Gov. Jay Inslee vetoed House Bill 1504....

June 14, 2017

Budget negotiations continue in Olympia as lawmakers seek agreement on K-12 education funding. Those who are not on the budget negotiation teams, myself included, have been sent home until receiving word...

June 6, 2017

Next Tuesday is the final day of the first 30-day special session and the expectation is that we will be moving into a second special session beginning May 24. Negotiators are...

May 19, 2017

Official “sine die” of the 2017 session was Sunday, April 23. Few lawmakers were around to witness the adjournment proceedings. That's because floor action finished last Friday and we were released...

April 28, 2017

By the time you read this, I will either be on I-5 south, heading home to Camas, or enjoying the sunshine at my farm. Long-time lawmakers at the end of session...

April 21, 2017

Less than a week remains of the scheduled 105-day regular session in Olympia. While we are excited at the prospect of coming home, it appears lawmakers will, at some point, be returning...

April 17, 2017