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Rep. Drew Stokesbary joins Brandi Kruse on KIRO News Radio to discuss a recent town hall meeting on the controversial new group home for sexually violent predators near Enumclaw. The 31st...

Feb. 13, 2023

Rep. Drew Stokesbary, ranking member on the House Appropriations Committee, joins Ari Hoffman of KVI Radio to discuss affordability, tax-relief proposals, homelessness, and other legislative issues. They also discuss the mood...

Jan. 12, 2023

The 2023 session begins at noon today (Monday) in Olympia. State House Republicans say they hope to pass legislation this year that will make your life much safer and less expensive....

Jan. 8, 2023

Rep. Drew Stokesbary, R-Auburn, talks with KVI's Ari Hoffman about how legislative Republicans were able to impact outcomes during this year's 60-day session. He also discusses a number of disappointments from...

March 14, 2022

House Democrats rejected a Republican proposal Saturday to use part of the state's $15 billion budget surplus to provide sales tax relief… and then passed the largest spending plan in state...

Feb. 27, 2022

House and Senate Republicans say they're mystified that a new supplemental operating budget proposed by House Democrats this week provides no meaningful tax relief when the state is sitting on a...

Feb. 22, 2022

Democrats in the state House of Representatives have rejected both a repeal and a replacement of the state's new long-term care insurance and payroll tax. Instead, legislation passed the House Wednesday...

Jan. 19, 2022

Rep. Drew Stokesbary, joins KTTH's Jason Rantz to discuss his bill to repeal the majority's mandatory long-term care program and payroll tax and replace it with an affordable and optional alternative....

Jan. 18, 2022

Rep. Drew Stokesbary, R-Auburn, joins Brandi Kruse on the Jason Rantz Show (KTTH – Seattle) to discuss impacts of nearly 50,000 students leaving Washington's public school system. Stokesbary also talks about...

Nov. 23, 2021

With less than a week remaining of the 2021 legislative session, it is becoming apparent the governor's emergency powers will likely remain intact and unchanged. John Sattgast reports. Wash. House Republicans...

April 18, 2021