Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, talks about her bill that would allow students to get free feminine hygiene products at community colleges in Washington State.
Monday was the observance of President’s Day across the United States. It was also Children’s Day at the state Capitol. Republican Representative Melanie Stambaugh spoke to House Resolution 4617.
Three Ruth Johnson reports from Olympia on a trio of measures designed to cut student overhead.
01-21-16 RADIO REPORT: Rep. Melanie Stambaugh’s bill designed to help women get birth control (audio)
Legislator: Rep. Melanie Stambaugh Date Recorded: 01-21-16 Run Time: :35 Download online voicer: https://soundcloud.com/wahousegop/01-21-16-radio-report-rep-stambaughs-bill-designed-to-help-women-get-birth-control-audio SUGGESTED LEAD: Washington State may soon pass legislation that would eliminate the need to visit a doctor to...
Republican lawmaker Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup is working on legislation designed to reduced the financial burden on students.
Rep Melanie Stambaugh talks with Mike Howe about HB 1316 which targets the protection of vulnerable adults, and HB 1554 on children's privacy in public records.
03-02-15: House approves Rep. Melanie Stambaugh’s first bill to protect vulnerable adults (Floor audio)
During debate on the House floor, Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, urged passage of House Bill 1316, which would amend the law to ensure vulnerable adults are protected by temporary protection orders....