- August 17 LAC Meeting
The August KCDCC Legislative Action Committee Meeting
will take place Sunday 8/17, 2:00-4:00pm at
27100 164th Ave SE,
right before the Kent-Kangley Road passes under Highway 18
Special guest is Tina Orwall, State Representative (33rd LD) and Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore
- July 20 LAC Meeting
The July KCDCC Legislative Action Committee Meeting
will take place Sunday 7/20, 2:00-4:00pm at
Seattle Library – Southwest Branch
9010 35th Avenue SW,
Special guest is State Representative Sharon Tomiko Santos (37th LD),
Chair of the House Education Committee.
- May 18 LAC Meeting
The May KCDCC Legislative Action Committee Meeting
will take place Sunday 5/18 2:00-4:00 at
1102 Auburn Way S
Special guest is Greg Baruso, candidate for 30th District State House
running against Republican Linda Kochmar
- April 20 LAC Meeting
The April KCDCC Legislative Action Committee Meeting
will take place Sunday 4/20 2:00-4:00 at
27100 164th Ave SE
This is at the crossing of Highway 18 and the Kent-Kangley Road.
Special guest is Shari Song, candidate for 30th District State Senate
running against former Democrat Mark Miloscia!
- March 16 LAC Meeting
The March KCDCC Legislative Action Committee Meeting
will take place Sunday 3/16 2:00-4:00 at
15990 NE 85th St
Special guest is Joan McBride, candidate for 48th District State Senate vs Rodney Tom.
Currently the King County Democrats Legislative Action Committee (LAC) is chaired by Bob Rosenberger and Joanne Cisneros .
The LAC meets monthly with legislators and sends out periodic Legislative Action newsletters throughout the Legislative session. Please join our mailing list by checking legislative action on our volunteer sign up form. Thanks
You can contact your Legislators and check for the daily status on specific bills at www.leg.wa.gov.
You can also go to this directory listing to see our Bill Status Chart. The filename format is “billstatus(YYYYYMMDD)”.PDF. They should be sorted to show the most updated version at the bottom of the list.
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