Rep. Stephanie McClintock, Rep. Greg Cheney, and Sen. Ann Rivers will review some of the bills that did and did not pass during the 105-day regular session
The three lawmakers serving Washington’s 18th Legislative District have scheduled a pair of town-hall meetings on Saturday, May 13 to report on the outcome of the Legislature’s just-concluded annual session.
Rep. Stephanie McClintock, R-Vancouver, Rep. Greg Cheney, R-Battle Ground, and Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, will review some of the bills that did and did not pass during the 105-day regular session, which ended April 23.
Locations and times are:
- Battle Ground: 9-10:30 a.m., City Hall, 109 SW 1st Street
- Vancouver: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., 110 – Lecture Hall
Dengerink Administration Building, WSU Vancouver, 14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
They also will listen to questions and concerns, and discuss the prospect of a “special” legislative session to work toward a new state drug-possession law.
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