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Sen. Curtis King, R-14Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Thank you for visiting my website. As your 14th District State Senator, I want to encourage you to browse these pages and learn more about what I stand for as your voice in the Washington State Legislature.

I serve as the chair of the Senate Transportation Committee. It’s important to me that residents of the 14th District have their transportation needs identified and that our traffic safety are addressed.  We must ensure that our agricultural and forest interests have open and efficient access to markets on the west side of the state.

I’m also on the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee. One of my top priorities is improving Washington’s business climate to encourage new businesses to develop and existing businesses to flourish. Having successful businesses in our state means more jobs for our citizens, something that will help drive our economy and improve our overall quality of life.

Please feel free to contact me directly with any comments, questions or concerns you may have about state government. It’s important to pay attention to what’s going on in Olympia because the decisions we make often directly affect you.

I encourage you to write me a letter or an email, visit our website often, subscribe to my email updates, or just pick up the phone and call my Olympia office at (360) 786-7626 or the toll-free legislative hotline at 1-800-562-6000. Thank you for giving me the honor of representing you in Olympia.  I hope to hear from you soon.

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King holds key positions on transportation, labor panels as 2019 session begins
Sen. King in Transportation Committee.
King holds key positions on transportation, labor panels as 2019 session begins
Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima, has been chosen by his caucus to serve in a key role on two Senate committees as the 2019 legislative session begins today. King returns as ranking Republican on the Senate Transportation Committee, a position he held last year after serving as the committee’s chair from 2015...
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Federal assistance requested for finding missing Native American women Federal assistance requested for finding missing Native American women
All 49 members of the Washington State Senate joined today to send a letter to federal government leaders requesting resources and assistance with finding missing Native American women. This action comes after the Legislature approved HB 2951 during the recently completed 2018 session, which tasks Washington State Patrol with studying...
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King asks Department of Licensing to reject resignation over information-sharing King asks Department of Licensing to reject resignation over information-sharing
OLYMPIA… In a letter sent Monday evening to the Washington State Department of Licensing, Sen. Curtis King requested the agency reject the resignation of DOL deputy director Jeff DeVere, which appears related to the department’s sharing of information with federal immigration officials. King, who serves as ranking minority member on...
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Senator King tells transit agency to consider soldiers and find a fair solution
Senator King tells transit agency to consider soldiers and find a fair solution
Before he adjourned a recent working session of the Senate Transportation Committee, Sen. King urged Sound Transit officials to consider the impact their car tab tax valuations were having on soldiers.  Sen. King related how soldiers had come to him and described struggling to make ends meet.  He said they...
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