Former Rep. Melanie Stambaugh's News & Media

Rep. Melanie Stambaugh has introduced legislation creating a competitive grant program to encourage college faculty to accelerate the adoption of lower-cost, high-quality open educational resources.

Jan. 20, 2016

Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, has been appointed to the House Transportation Committee by House Speaker Frank Chopp.

Dec. 11, 2015

Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, has been appointed to the Education Accountability Oversight Committee, which monitors outcomes regarding the improvement of student achievement, particularly in persistently low-achieving schools.

Aug. 26, 2015

On June 30, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 5995, which would modify the definition of the Washington State Department of Transportation's (WSDOT) policy goals to include congestion relief and improved freight...

July 2, 2015

On June 29, the Washington State House and Senate passed the bipartisan 2015-17 operating budget. Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, voted in favor of the budget and released the following statement.

June 30, 2015

A bill sponsored by Rep. Melanie Stambaugh to protect vulnerable adults from abuse was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Jay Inslee. House Bill 1316 requires police officers to arrest without...

May 14, 2015

Anna Hogenson, a student from Kalles Junior High in Puyallup, traveled to Olympia April 20-24 and served as a page in the state House of Representatives. She was sponsored by her...

April 24, 2015

A measure prime-sponsored by Rep. Melanie Stambaugh to protect the privacy of children enrolled in child care, early learning, parks and recreation, after-school and youth development programs was signed into law...

April 22, 2015

The Washington State House of Representatives passed Rep. Melanie Stambaugh's bill to protect the identities of children that have been victims of misconduct while enrolled in child care, early learning, parks...

March 11, 2015

Reps. Hans Zeiger and Melanie Stambaugh are hosting a telephone town hall meeting on Thursday, March 12. The event begins at 6 p.m. and will last one hour.

March 5, 2015