Rep. Terry Nealey's News & Media


Rep. Terry Nealey, ranking Republican on the House Finance Committee, and 35 other House Republican lawmakers, sent a letter to Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson Tuesday urging his office to “defend...

On Aug. 8, we traveled across the 16th District from Dayton to Prosser, meeting with newspaper editors and reflecting on the successes and disappointments of this year’s Legislature. It was a...

Despite a negotiated agreement between Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate, Gov. Jay Inslee today vetoed a section of Senate Bill 5977, which would have reduced the business and...

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...

Several years of work by Rep. Terry Nealey to find the right formula to reduce abusive, excessive public records requests while preserving open access to government records came to a culmination...

The 105-day regular session of the Washington State Legislature finished April 23, and although lawmakers have been called into an immediate 30-day session, 16th District legislators have re-opened their district offices...

After years of work to make changes to the state’s Public Records Act, Rep. Terry Nealey’s bill to implement a nominal fee for electronic public records passes the Legislature and is...

  Budgets are being negotiated, deadlines are zooming by, bills passed by lawmakers are trickling in to the governor’s office, and the flowering cherry trees between the domed Legislative Building and...

Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, talks about the latest revenue forecast and what it means for the budget outlook.

There are certain days during the legislative session familiar to nearly every lawmaker. Some are fun days, like “Dairy Day” when Washington State Dairy Princesses serve ice cream at the Capitol. Or when the...