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Rep. Maureen Walsh receives the Crayon Award from the Early Learning Action Alliance in recognition for her work on early-learning policymaking.
Rep. Maureen Walsh's bill expanding the Parent to Parent program statewide is signed by the governor.
PHOTO: Rep. Terry Nealey and Rep. Maureen Walsh stopped by the Prosser Record-Bulletin on Thursday to reflect on the 2016 regular session in Olympia, which finished on March 10, and to...
Led by 16th District Reps. Terry Nealey and Maureen Walsh, House legislators unanimously adopted House Resolution 4680, honoring the Prosser High School football team for its 2015 state championship.
Op-ed from Sen. Mike Hewitt, Rep. Maureen Walsh and Rep. Terry Nealey: The 2016 legislative session: an overview
The state House approved a bill Wednesday to save Washington's public charter schools. Reps. Maureen Walsh and Terry Nealey voted 'yes' on the legislation.
State Reps. Terry Nealey and Maureen Walsh sponsored a resolution in the Washington House of Representatives honoring the 150th anniversary of the Walla Walla Frontier Days.
OPINION: Empowering families and individuals with developmental disabilities throughout Washington state (Rep. Maureen Walsh)
"Family choice is essential in determining what is the best fit for each individual. Quality of life should be the goal for all," says Rep. Maureen Walsh.
During floor action Friday, the state House passed Rep. Walsh's legislation that would expand the national Parent to Parent program to all 39 Washington counties.
OPINION: Setting students on a path to success: McCleary and improving student outcomes (Rep. Maureen Walsh)
One of the best things we can do for future generations is provide a world-class education that sets them on a path to success.