New numbers, just out, show a slowing economy in Washington. One lawmaker who serves on the Economic and Revenue Forecast Council is cautioning restraint.
A ranking member of the House Finance Committee says now is not the time for a knee-jerk reaction, following a new economic forecast showing state revenues are on the decline.
Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, discusses legislation to stem the tide of public records request abuses and provide a balance so that legitimate requestors can get their information in a timely fashion.
Rep. Terry Nealey talks about environmental regulations and legislation concerning carbon. "Carbon," he said, is a problem, but we can't take a sledgehammer to it."
Op-ed from Sen. Mike Hewitt, Rep. Maureen Walsh and Rep. Terry Nealey: It’s back to work in Olympia for the 2016 session
It seems like we barely left Olympia after a regular session and three special sessions that finally ended in July. With the 2016 session kicking off on Jan. 11, we are...
Rep. Terry Nealey and Rep. Maureen Walsh, both R-16th District, are holding a telephone town hall meeting, Tuesday, Jan. 19, starting at 6 p.m.
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I hope this e-mail finds you well. It has been a busy interim. Since the legislative session ended in July, I've been meeting with constituents, talking with stakeholder groups and attending various meetings. I've also...
The 2015 session lasted much longer than anticipated – a record 176 days – but a number of good things came of this extended session. We passed a new, balanced, bipartisan...
The Senate Democrats broke trust, betrayed both Democrats and Republicans and, most importantly, jeopardized bipartisan state spending plans that are important to so many people and communities.