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Rep. Terry Nealey, R-Dayton, argues gun initiative won't stop criminals intent on evil.

Feb. 7, 2014

Gov. Jay Inslee will be in Kennewick on Monday afternoon, May 6, to sign a bill that would increase the number of Superior Court judges who jointly serve Benton and Franklin...

May 2, 2013

New marijuana law creates maze of legal questions and social issues By Rep. Terry Nealey As the clock struck midnight on Dec. 6, many supporters of Initiative 502 which passed a...

Dec. 26, 2012

A bill that will require inmates who assault correctional officers or other Department of Corrections (DOC) employees to pay monetary damages to those employees was signed into law today by Gov....

May 5, 2011

By Rep. Terry Nealey An Associated Press story recently reported how the federal government would respond if Washington expands medical marijuana dispensaries: “The U.S. attorney for Eastern Washington has warned landlords...

April 15, 2011

A measure that would require inmates who assault correctional officers to pay monetary damages to those employees won approval today in the state House of Representatives. The author of House Bill...

Feb. 22, 2011

Stan and Geneva DeLong remain in deep mourning over the loss of their daughter, Lakewood police officer Tina DeLong Griswold, but they have vowed to do what they can to ensure...

Feb. 10, 2010

Rep. Terry Nealey joined with members of the House of Representatives today to honor police officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty and to ask lawmakers to...

Feb. 3, 2010

Rep. Terry Nealey has introduced a bill that would create a monetary penalty against inmates who injure corrections officers. House Bill 3008 would allow money to be deducted from an inmate’s...

Jan. 25, 2010