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Rep. Skyler Rude has introduced House Joint Memorial 4003 which supports Congressional efforts to immediately restrict all future purchases of petroleum and other hydrocarbons from Russia. “Many of us are deeply...

March 4, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses the transportation package, emergency powers, long-term care, and the inaction of the Democrats on giving Washington state citizens tax relief with the nearly $15 billion...

March 4, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses the concerning increase in spending with the operating budget and how we should utilize the projected $15 billion dollar budget surplus for tax relief. Wash....

Feb. 25, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses legislation which died after the house of origin cutoff, including House Bill 1904 which extends the notice for rent increases and House Bill 1692 which...

Feb. 18, 2022

Last week, majority party transportation leaders rolled out their vision for the future of Washington state’s transportation system through the Move Ahead Washington proposal. There are some good goals and projects...

Feb. 16, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses his death with dignity (House Bill 1141) and school board meeting transparency legislation (House Bill 1973) passing the House. Wash. House Republicans · 02-11-22 –...

Feb. 11, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses his legislation to require school boards to audio record their meetings (HB 1973), emergency powers, and police reform. Wash. House Republicans · 02-04-22 – RADIO:...

Feb. 4, 2022

Rep. Skyler Rude, R-Walla Walla, discusses his legislation on school board meetings (House Bill 1973), hospital visitation rights (House Bill 1983), and funding for charter schools (House Bill 1591). Wash. House...

Jan. 29, 2022

In even-numbered years, the Legislature convenes for 60-days. Because the session is so short, the process will move rapidly. We just completed week two and already had a debate surrounding one...

Jan. 27, 2022

Our 2022 legislative session opened on January 10 in Olympia, and clearly, urgent issues require our attention during our short 60 days together. Your voice will be important this session, as...

Jan. 19, 2022