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The 2018 legislative session is complete, and my interim work has begun as a member of the Washington State Homeless Youth Advisory Committee, School Safety Summit Committee, and Joint Transportation Committee.
Governor signs Stambaugh bill decoupling services and activities fees from tuition at state’s four-year colleges
A bill sponsored by Rep. Melanie Stambaugh to permanently decouple services and activities (S&A) fees from tuition at four-year colleges in Washington state has been signed into law.
Two bills introduced by state Rep. Melanie Stambaugh, R-Puyallup, have been signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee.
I'm happy to report three of my bills advanced out of the Senate last week, and are now on their way to the governor's desk!
We just got done voting on nearly 40 amendments to the majority party's supplemental operating budget proposal. It's one of three supplemental budgets we'll need to adopt before session ends on...
Rep. Melanie Stambaugh discusses the supplemental operating budget proposal in the House, and the work being done in both chambers before the 2018 session comes to a close on March 8.
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...
Twenty-Fifth District lawmakers will be holding a town hall meeting Saturday, February 17 in the College Center Building at Pierce College Puyallup.
Rep. Melanie Stambaugh has introduced legislation to exempt trailers from the 1.1 percent RTA Motor Vehicle Excise Tax (MVET) imposed with new or renewed vehicle registrations.
The 2018 legislative session is in full swing! We are now in the third week of this short, 60-day session, and there is a lot of work to do. Policy cutoff...