14th District lawmakers invite residents to virtual town hall Feb. 22

As the Legislature nears the midpoint of the short 60-day 2024 session, 14th District lawmakers are inviting residents to join them for an upcoming virtual town hall.

Sen. Curtis King, R-Yakima, Rep. Gina Mosbrucker, R-Goldendale, and Rep. Chris Corry, R-Yakima, will provide a legislative update during the virtual town hall and provide constituents the opportunity to ask questions or share their concerns and ideas.

“As I say every session, getting the opportunity to have these conversations with our communities is incredibly important to the work we do in Olympia on their behalf,” said King. “I look forward to hearing their thoughts on our progress and learning what more we can do. I encourage people to hear our update and learn how they can get involved to help us pass bills that will improve their lives and stop bad ones that will hurt the district and the state.”

“I am grateful for the honor to serve our citizens across the 14th District. For us to do the job well, it’s important we hear from the people back home and get their input during and after the legislative session,” said Mosbrucker. “I hope everyone can join us so we can work to fix the crises facing our communities and create a better Washington state for all.”

“There is so much happening during a short session it can be challenging to keep up, so I look forward to providing an update during the virtual town hall on our efforts to improve public safety and combat the drug crisis, block new taxes, and increase access to affordable child care , said Corry. “But we also need to hear from the people of the 14th District as often as possible to inform our efforts in Olympia and this will provide that opportunity.”

Residents of the 14th Legislative District are invited to join the virtual town hall on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Pre-register by going to http://tinyurl.com/14th-LD-TownHall.

The 60-day legislative session is scheduled to end March 7.