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Give me a call, send me a letter or e-mail, visit me in my office, testify in front of a legislative committee – no matter how you choose to get involved, I want your state capitol to be an open and inviting environment.

My legislative priorities reflect what people across the 18th Legislative District have asked me to do:

  • work to strengthen our economy;
  • protect taxpayers by prioritizing state spending;
  • offer every child an opportunity to succeed scholastically; and
    make sure vital transportation projects are moving forward.

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Rivers’ advocacy for early learning earns Crayon Award
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Rivers’ advocacy for early learning earns Crayon Award
In recognition of her commitment to advancing policies that support early learning, Sen. Ann Rivers has been selected to receive a Crayon Award on behalf of the Early Learning Action Alliance. “Every child in our state needs to be ready to start school regardless of what street they live on...
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Rivers selected to attend historic convention of states
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Rivers selected to attend historic convention of states
Sen. Ann Rivers has been selected to attend a two-day ‘snapshot’ of an Article V convention in Colonial Williamsburg Sept. 22 -23. She was one of three Washington state legislators invited to attend the historic event. “Many folks have heard me speak of ‘our’ state capitol and ‘our’ government; I...
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GUEST VIDEO: Protecting victims of sexual assault
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GUEST VIDEO: Protecting victims of sexual assault
Take 57 Seconds to learn more about how Washington is supporting survivors of sexual assault. A big thanks to my colleague, Sen. Joe Fain for producing this concise and informative video! Click here to watch.    
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Funding from Legislature gives local school districts breathing room
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Funding from Legislature gives local school districts breathing room
Two Clark County school districts have been awarded grants that will allow them to make classrooms and other learning environments less crowded for students in kindergarten through third grade. The Ridgefield School District will receive $1.2 million and the Vancouver School District will benefit from a nearly $43 million grant;...
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