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Sarah Stewart, Public Information Officer – (360) 786-7720 Nealey, Walsh support job-creation aerospace industry tax incentives; say tax relief should apply to all employers   Saying it would preserve and expand...

Nov. 9, 2013

Last week, Rep. Maureen Walsh attended a meeting of a legislative group tasked with examining issues around subsidies for families to afford child care while at work. She was also named...

Sept. 18, 2013

State lawmakers voted Friday to approve a two-year $33.5 billion state operating budget and sent it to the governor for his signature. The budget document comes just in time to begin...

June 29, 2013

Some things are worth fighting for, even if it means a special sessionBy Rep. Terry Nealey, Rep. Maureen Walsh and Sen. Mike Hewitt After being in a regular session for 105...

May 2, 2013

People living in the 16th Legislative District are invited to take part in a community conversation Thursday, April 4 with their 16th District lawmakers. Reps. Maureen Walsh and Terry Nealey will...

April 2, 2013

The people have stated five times in the last 20 years with the initiative process that they want the Legislature to have a high bar to raise taxes. Rep. Walsh shares...

March 15, 2013

By Rep. Maureen Walsh For the Prosser Record-Bulletin As the Legislature tackles a $900 million shortfall, constituents ask me, “How will you balance the budget?” My typical response is “responsibly.” In...

Feb. 9, 2013

Correctional uniforms and child welfare proposals become law   Today the governor signed three bills into law sponsored or co-sponsored by Rep. Maureen Walsh. House Bill 2346 would remove the state...

March 30, 2012

  Legislation to allow corrections officers' uniforms to be made by the private sector passed the Washington State Senate Feb. 29. House Bill 2346 was approved with a vote of 45-3....

March 1, 2012

  Today House Republicans in Olympia introduced their proposal for a balanced budget without a sales tax increase. The proposal would reduce government spending by $840 million while leaving $651 million...

Feb. 17, 2012