I think we should view this budget more as a negotiating position rather than an attempt at a credible spending plan.
Rep. Bruce Chandler said the budget fails in systemic ways, ways that will haunt future legislatures and the people of Washington state.
Rep. Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, talks with Lance Tormey and Dave Ettl on Yakima's KIT Radio about the final weeks of the 2016 legislative session.
OP-ED from Rep. Bruce Chandler: Legislators have the tools needed to keep government spending in check
The challenge is finding the courage to embrace these tools and use them to their maximum effectiveness while still providing for and serving the citizens of our state.
With the legislative session underway, Rep. Bruce Chandler updates his constituents about the supplemental budget, education, and public safety.
"This budget positions us well into the future while taking into account the fragile economic recovery being experienced by some – but not all – Washingtonians," says Chandler
With only a day remaining before a new fiscal cycle for state government takes effect, lawmakers in Olympia approved a 38 billion-dollar state operating budget Monday evening, and sent it to...
Rep. Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, who serves as ranking Republican on the House Appropriations Committee, talks with Jeff Rhodes and Max Nelsen of the Freedom Foundation (Freedom Daily Report) about details of...
The following is a joint statement from Rep. Ross Hunter, chair of the House Appropriations Committee, and Rep. Bruce Chandler, House Appropriations Committee ranking Republican member.