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I’m always open to new ideas and am willing to work with anyone to solve the problems facing our communities. Because ours is a citizen Legislature, people across Washington – such as you – have many opportunities to be a direct part of the lawmaking process.

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.

Please contact me, using the information provided, if I can be of assistance or if you would ever like to meet. I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
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VIDEO: 5 Things You Need to Know – Transportation Package Vote VIDEO: 5 Things You Need to Know – Transportation Package Vote
Five things you need to know about my recent transportation reform and revenue package vote that will bring jobs and reduced congestion to the 18th Legislative District. Watch here.
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Rivers supports bill to clarify, tighten recreational-marijuana rules
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Rivers supports bill to clarify, tighten recreational-marijuana rules
When Washington voters approved the sale of recreational marijuana in late 2012, they authorized a tightly regulated, well-taxed industry with a strong public-safety element. Sen. Ann Rivers said today’s Senate vote supporting House Bill 2136 will put the burgeoning market one step closer to meeting those expectations. The measure clarifies...
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Rivers joins Battle Ground fourth-graders for field trip to Capitol
Sen. Ann Rivers with students from Captain Strong Primary in the Senate Chambers.
Rivers joins Battle Ground fourth-graders for field trip to Capitol
Since the 105-day regular legislative session ended in late April, Sen. Ann Rivers has spent countless hours driving between her southwest-Washington home and budget-negotiation meetings at the state Capitol. Today Rivers again traveled to Olympia – but this time she grabbed a sack lunch and hopped aboard a big yellow...
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Legislative Update June 5, 2015 Legislative Update June 5, 2015
Dear Friends and Neighbors, We are a quarter of the way through the second special session and I wanted to take a few minutes to give you the view from the negotiation table. As part of the operating-budget discussions going on between our Senate majority and our counterparts in the...
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