Rivers named ‘Legislator of the year’ by trade association Sen. Ann Rivers has been named “Legislator of the Year” by the Associated General Contractors’ Washington chapter. The recognition of Rivers’ work to encourage job creation came today during the trade association’s 2015 convention in Seattle. “This award is truly an honor,” said Rivers, R-La Center. “I see it as... Read More...
Legislative Update January 14, 2015   Dear Friends and Neighbors, Although I am your state senator year-round, it is only when the Legislature is in session that I may propose or support legislation to address the needs of our legislative district and state. This week my colleagues and I returned to our state’s capitol for... Read More...
E-News Legislative Update Dear Friends and Neighbors, I am hosting town hall meetings in Camas and Ridgefield this Saturday and I would love the chance to meet you and answer any questions you may have. Please see below for all the details. This interim has been so busy that it hardly feels like... Read More...
Rivers to host town-hall meetings Saturday Clark County residents are encouraged to attend one of Sen. Ann Rivers’ town-hall meetings on Saturday. “Town halls provide a great opportunity to check in with my constituents and answer questions about this past legislative session or update them on where things stand at this point,” said Rivers, R-La Center.... Read More...
IN THE NEWS: Public needs voice in carbon debate Local View: Public needs voice in carbon debate By Sen. Ann Rivers  |  Published: August 3, 2014, 6:00 AM There’s enough chatter at the Capitol about a pair of climate-change policies — familiar but complex proposals known as “cap-and-trade” and “low-carbon fuel standards” — that it’s time to ask: What... Read More...
Rivers earns Crayon Award for work to promote early learning Sen. Ann Rivers’ commitment to protect and grow early-learning programs in Washington has earned her a Silver Crayon Award from the Early Learning Action Alliance. “It is always an honor to be recognized for the work we do in Olympia, but I am particularly proud of this award because it... Read More...