Rep. Jim Walsh's News & Media


As you may have read or heard, I believe strongly that “levy equalization” is the best state-level tax reform for Washington. It means adjusting how we fund public schools to rely...

Last fall, the court issued its decision in the Whatcom County v. Hirst case, which involved a complicated dispute over how different groups can claim water rights in this state. The...

“I will continue to do all I can to support timber.” Legislation extending the expiration date to report timber purchase data to the Department of Revenue was signed into law today....

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, is on KXL with Lars Larson talking about his efforts to continue sober housing for homeless persons, compared to no barrier housing, or housing that allows homeless...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, is on KXRO with Kyle Pauley, commenting on the end of the regular legislative session and what going in to special session consists of. Walsh touches on...

“Sober living clients should be put first in line for our public resources, but often unintentionally, they are put at the back of the line for help.” Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen,...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, is on KEDO with Mike Wallin and Bruce Pollock, giving an update of the Legislature nearing its adjournment, the budget, and his opinion on a number of...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, speaks in favor of passage of Amendment 518 to the transportation budget (Senate Bill 5096), which would have eliminated the Road Usage Charge pilot program (also known...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, speaks in favor of passage of Amendment 518 to the transportation budget (Senate Bill 5096), which would have eliminated the Road Usage Charge pilot program (also known...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, is on KXRO with Kyle Pauley, highlighting bills that will be deliberated at the Legislature after the opposite house cutoff. Walsh discusses topics, such as administering medicinal...