Rep. Terry Nealey's News & Media


Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, announced today he will not seek another term to the Washington State House of Representatives. Nealey, a former Columbia County prosecuting attorney and coroner, has served the...

March 6, 2018

In this opinion article, Rep. Terry Nealey explains his vote on the Legislative Public Records Act and his views about opening legislative records to the public while protecting constituent privacy.

March 3, 2018

The House and Senate took action Friday to pass a measure that would create a more open government in the Legislature than what currently exists, but would protect constituent privacy and...

Feb. 26, 2018

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” said the late philosopher George Santayana. I'm reminded of these words as the Legislature is debating whether to spend a new $1.3 billion...

Feb. 23, 2018

The Washington State Economic and Revenue Forecast Council released its quarterly state revenue forecast today. According to Chief Economist and Executive Director Steve Lerch, the General Fund-State (GF-S) revenue forecast has...

Feb. 15, 2018

Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, gives alternative methods toward reducing carbon and says the governor's $3.3 billion carbon tax is unnecessary and would hurt working families.

Feb. 9, 2018

Since taking office in January 2013, Gov. Jay Inslee has used the climate change issue to propose billions of dollars in new taxes to regulate greenhouse gases. His climate change agenda has found mediocre legislative support....

Feb. 2, 2018

Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, and Rep. Bill Jenkin, R-Prosser, are inviting 16th District citizens to join them Tuesday, Feb. 6, for a telephone town hall meeting. The community conversation, which is...

Jan. 30, 2018

Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, offers his thoughts on whether separate bills proposing a carbon tax and state capital gains tax will make it as far as a vote on the House...

Jan. 29, 2018

Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, describes how the recently-approved Hirst fix helps the 16th Legislative District, along with local projects funded in the capital budget, which also passed the Legislature.

Jan. 26, 2018