Those who watch modern politics may have forgotten that there once was a time when legislative bo

Those who watch modern politics may have forgotten that there once was a time when legislative bodies worked.

The bipartisan statewide transportation package unveiled by Sens. Curtis King and Steve Hobbes last week is scheduled for a legislative hearing on Wednesday, Feb. 18, at 3:30 in Senate Hearing Room 1 of the Cherberg Senate Office Building.

Supporters of the completion of State Route 167 expressed vocal support for the compromise transportation package released yesterday by a bipartisan group of state senators.

A bipartisan coalition of four senators today announced agreement on a $15 billion, 16-year state

Senators were reminded of the importance of transportation to a successful, thriving maritime ind

The rumor in Olympia today—that has been confirmed by at least two sources—is that Curtis King, Chair of the Senate Transportation Committee, and Steve Hobbes, the committee's ranking member, have brokered a deal on a statewide transportation package. 

Despite two years of negotiations, a transportation investment package "remains as stuck as a rush-hour commuter," The Seattle Times’ Jonathan Martin recently wrote in an opinion piece. 

The Business Examiner headline says it all: "Will this be the year for long-awaited transport package?" 

Sen. Curtis King says support is growing in Olympia to raise the gas tax to fund transportation infrastructure investments, according to a recent report by King 5.

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