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This Saturday, I'll be holding a town hall meeting at Pierce College Puyallup with fellow 25th District lawmakers, Rep. Joyce McDonald and Sen. Hans Zeiger. We'll be providing updates on the...
Building on her efforts two years ago to help women gain better access to pharmacy-prescribed birth control, Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, has introduced a bill aimed at helping Washingtonians seek out...
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.
Rep. Melanie Stambaugh's bill to increase awareness that contraceptives can be prescribed by pharmacies was signed into law Thursday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
In a 67-30 vote, the state House passed Rep. Melanie Stambaugh's bill to increase options for women to obtain birth control directly from a pharmacist.
Rep. Melanie Stambaugh has introduced legislation that would allow women older than 18 years to obtain birth control directly from a pharmacist.