Kevin Waters - Clark County Republican Party

Kevin Waters

Legislative District 17
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  • Please sign up and join us for our Zoom town hall tomorrow night

    Thank you for your continued support and input during this 2024 legislative session. I just wanted to reach out and remind you that I will be joining my 17th District seatmates, Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, and Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, for a virtual town-hall meeting tomorrow evening, Feb. 22 at 6:30, to discuss everything happening... Read more » The post Please sign up and join us for our Zoom town hall tomorrow night appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Check out my latest videos and please join us for an update on the 2024 legislative session at our virtual town hall next week

    Tuesday, Feb. 13, was house of origin cutoff, meaning that was the last day for bills to be voted out of their respective chamber. We debated and voted on dozens of bills and passed many good pieces of legislation. We’ll spend the next week and a half in our respective committees considering bills that passed... Read more » The post Check out my latest videos and please join us for an update on the 2024 legislative session at our virtual town hall next week appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Lawmakers from 17th District to host virtual town hall Thursday, Feb. 22

    The state lawmakers serving eastern Clark County and Skamania County will hold a virtual town hall meeting from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. next Thursday, Feb. 22. Using the Zoom platform, Sen. Lynda Wilson and Reps. Paul Harris and Kevin Waters will give constituents an opportunity to learn more about the 2024 legislative session, which is... Read more » The post Lawmakers from 17th District to host virtual town hall Thursday, Feb. 22 appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters shares his excitement after his fish barrier removal bill gets passed by the House

    Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, shares the good news about his bill that would increase fish populations in Washington by allowing the private sector to donate funds for removing fish barriers. Waters explains how the “Adopt a Fish” program would work. The post Rep. Waters shares his excitement after his fish barrier removal bill gets passed by the House appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters discusses his bill that would even the sentencing standards for selling to a minor

    Rep. Waters, R-Stevenson, talks about his bill that would bring fairness to a situation that lacks equity. Under current law, when a store clerk sells alcohol to a minor they can be charged with a criminal penalty. If a restaurant worker or someone that serves alcohol sells to a minor, they are given a fine.... Read more » The post Rep. Waters discusses his bill that would even the sentencing standards for selling to a minor appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters joins KIHR to discuss the ongoing 2024 legislative session and give an update on his bills

    Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, joined Mark Bailey of KIHR this week to discuss the House of Origin cutoff for the 2024 legislative session and to give an update on the progress of his bills. Wash. House Republicans · 02-14-25 – Radio: Rep. Waters discusses the legislative session and gives an update on his bills The post Rep. Waters joins KIHR to discuss the ongoing 2024 legislative session and give an update on his bills appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters opposes a bill that could allow convicted felons to get out of prison early

    Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, speaks on the House floor to oppose legislation that would allow certain convicted felons to receive a modified sentence and get out of prison early. Waters shares a personal experience from his home town and explains why this bill goes to far. The post Rep. Waters opposes a bill that could allow convicted felons to get out of prison early appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters discusses his bill inspired by the difficulties caused by the Tunnel Five Fire last summer

    Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, speaks on final passage of his bill that would provide a major boost to beverage producers during a disaster or state of emergency by allowing them a temporary emergency permit – with no fees – to move their place of business to another beverage producing company in the event a natural... Read more » The post Rep. Waters discusses his bill inspired by the difficulties caused by the Tunnel Five Fire last summer appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Rep. Waters speaks out against another bill that would take rights away from gun dealers

    Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, speaks on the House floor against a bill that would make things more difficult for gun dealers to stay in business, and could lead to more firearms coming into the state from other states. Click below to watch. The post Rep. Waters speaks out against another bill that would take rights away from gun dealers appeared first on Kevin Waters.
  • Waters bipartisan bill to assist beverage producers during an emergency or disaster gets approval from the House

    The Washington State House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed a bill from Rep. Kevin Waters on Monday, that would provide a major boost to beverage producers during a disaster or state of emergency. “Last summer, I witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of the Tunnel 5 Fire in my district. Not only did it cause major damage... Read more » The post Waters bipartisan bill to assist beverage producers during an emergency or disaster gets approval from the House appeared first on Kevin Waters.

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