Chandler ‘disappointed’ House Democrat budget includes $1.5 billion in new and increased taxes, but feels final budget solution is attainable before April 26
House Democrats unveiled the Legislature's first 2015-17 operating budget proposal today. The plan raises spending from $33.8 billion in the 2013-15 biennium to $38.9 billion for 2015-17 and includes nearly $1.5 billion...
The Washington State House of Representatives passed legislation today that will help ensure agriculture workers have the necessary skills to keep the state's agriculture industry thriving in the years to come.
"I'm pleased that both parties were able to come together and work on a spending plan that improves upon what the governor proposed," says Chandler
15th District lawmakers spell out priorities for 2015 session and invite constituents to telephone town hall
The 2015 legislative session has begun and lawmakers from the 15th Legislative District have made the trek to Olympia and are working hard on behalf of citizens from the Yakima region.
House Republican Leader Rep. Dan Kristiansen, R-Snohomish, named members of 2015 House committees from the House Republican Caucus.
Rep. Bruce Chandler says governor’s tax-increase budget needs to be held up against the bipartisan scrutiny of the legislative process
Rep. Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, and ranking Republican on the House Appropriations Committee, released the following statement today on Gov. Jay Inslee’s 2015-17 operating budget proposal.
Rep. Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, and ranking Republican on the House Appropriations Committee, believes the Legislature achieved its goal of producing a sustainable, no-new-taxes supplemental budget.
The state House of Representatives passed a partisan budget today that, if adopted by the Senate, could set the stage for significant tax increases in the future, says House Republican budget...
Read the response from Rep. Bruce Chandler to the operating budget proposal by House Democrats...
Chandler bill authorizing rural counties to use sales and use taxes to purchase water rights scheduled for public hearing
‘We need to engage in a vigorous discussion about what is the best path forward in managing Washington’s water,’ says Chandler