2022 Legislative Report from 35th District Rep. Drew MacEwen
In this four-page mailer, Rep. Drew MacEwen provides a recap of the 2022 legislative session and shares some wins for the 35th District in the supplemental capital and transportation budgets passed by the Legislature.
While the 2022 legislative session was largely disappointing, there were some key wins for our district
The 2022 legislative session came to a close last Thursday. As with every session, good and bad bills advanced to the governor’s desk, but the biggest story of all may have been what the Legislature didn’t do. Despite having a $15 billion budget surplus to work with, the majority opted...
35th District lawmakers release statements on 2022 supplemental capital and transportation budgets
The $1.5 billion 2022 supplemental capital budget approved by the Legislature this session is set to make further investments in housing, infrastructure, mental health facilities, broadband, and school seismic safety. In addition to the more than $25 million in local project funding 35th District Reps. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, and Dan...
The 2022 legislative session is underway; House Republicans are focused on the issues you care about
The 2022 legislative session is now underway. While I had hoped the Capitol would be open to the public this session, we are once again operating in a remote environment. This is far from ideal, but I will make every effort to be as accessible to you as possible. Please...
Rep. Drew MacEwen joins Jeff Slakey on KMAS to discuss the opening week of session
Rep. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, joins Jeff Slakey on KMAS to discuss Governor Inslee’s State of the State address. He also provides an overview on legislation he’s sponsoring this session that would dedicate the state sales tax on motor vehicles to the transportation preservation and maintenance account. Wash. House Republicans ·...
35th District lawmakers release statements on 2021-23 capital and transportation budgets
On Saturday, the Washington State Legislature passed the 2021-23 capital budget. The $6.3 billion budget will fund various construction projects throughout the state, making significant investments in water, sewer, and broadband infrastructure with the help of one-time federal funds. Thirty-fifth District Reps. Drew MacEwen, R-Union, and Dan Griffey, R-Allyn, worked...
Governor signs MacEwen bill designed to strengthen commercial fishing industry licensing
Governor Jay Inslee has signed into law a bill sponsored by Rep. Drew MacEwen designed to strengthen the commercial fishing industry’s licensing system. In 2017, the Legislature created the crewmember license as a part of a comprehensive overhaul of the commercial fishing license fee structure. Under current law, a crewmember...
Rep. MacEwen provides an update as session enters home stretch
With three weeks remaining in the 2021 legislative session, Rep. Drew MacEwen joins IFiberOneNews Radio to provide an update. Wash. House Republicans · 04-07-21 – RADIO: Rep. MacEwen provides an update as session enters home stretch
Join me for a telephone town hall meeting on Thursday!
On Thursday, I will be hosting a telephone town hall meeting from 6-7 p.m. During the call, I’ll provide a short update on this year’s legislative session and then spend the rest of the hour taking questions. If you would like to participate, please call (360) 209-6593 anytime between 6-7...