Politics is a tricky and frustrating business, especially if you are a Conservative or Republican in the Washington State legislature.

Most of their time is spent trying to stop the liberal majority's "bad bills" rather than being able to do the work to pass bills of their own.

Get our free mobile app

Outnumbered And Shut Out

Recent conversations with area legislators revealed how the Republicans were totally left out of the State's Supplemental Budget process.  That's not exactly how the founders thought the process was supposed to work.  But Democrats hold a 28 - 21 advantage in the Senate and a 57 to 41 margin in the House of Representatives and the numbers dictate the terms of who plays and who sits and watches.

Representative Mosbrucker Finds Success

Still, legislation offered by 14th District Rep. Gina Mosbrucker of Goldendale has a way of surviving the partisan process and becoming law.  And her streak of success has continued with five bills having passed the Washington State House of Representatives and the state Senate and are on their way to the governor.

It's been a team effort. I have an amazing support team of staff and legislators who have helped move these bills through the Legislature. Most of these bills came from ideas and suggestions brought to me by citizens. I was able to get sponsors from both sides of the aisle, and nearly all of these measures passed unanimously with bipartisan support," said Mosbrucker, R-Goldendale

 

Mosbrucker Bills Sent To The Governor Include:

The 2022 legislative session is scheduled to adjourn Thursday, March 10.

LOOK: What major laws were passed the year you were born?

Data for this list was acquired from trusted online sources and news outlets. Read on to discover what major law was passed the year you were born and learn its name, the vote count (where relevant), and its impact and significance.

More From 107.3 KFFM