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The Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Board recently selected Option D from among several options DNR staff offered for establishing a Habitat Conservation Program (HCP) protecting the marbled murrelet. This...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, and a bipartisan group of 11 lawmakers, recently sent a letter to the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) urging the DNR board to align its approach for...

Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, issued the following statement on the Washington State Department of Ecology’s (DOE) denial of a key permit sought by Millennium Bulk Terminals. The permit would allow for...

19th District Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, discusses the most important property rights issue to face Washington state in over 20-years, the state Supreme Court’s Hirst decision. Walsh shares the importance of...

A bill sponsored by Senate Republicans designed to help community and technical colleges expand was signed into law recently by the governor. Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, was part of a group...

Legislative proposal seeks to help increase healthcare coverage options for rural residents. Today in Olympia, Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen, introduced the Washington Patient Choice Restoration Act. The bill would make it...

State Rep. Jim Walsh, R-Aberdeen says that, recent events at The Evergreen State College have highlighted the need for stronger state public policy reaffirming both the First Amendment to the U.S....

“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....

“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,...

“Encouraging private and public sector cooperation for this industry is crucial.” Legislation that would extend the expiration date to report timber purchase data to the Department of Revenue was unanimously approved...