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Paul Harris

Legislative District 17
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  • Rep. Harris legislative update: I’m here to listen and serve

    I hope this letter finds you well. As we head toward summer and much of what happened during the 2024 legislative session becomes history, I wanted to reach out and remind you that I’m still hard at work representing the people of the 17th District.  The 2024 legislative session ended two months ago but a... Read more » The post Rep. Harris legislative update: I’m here to listen and serve appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Rep. Harris shares 2024 session review in his combined 17th District newsletter

    Rep. Paul Harris recaps the 2024 legislative session together with Rep. Kevin Waters and Sen. Lynda Wilson, including public safety, the state budgets, and the six public initiatives introduced to the Legislature earlier this year. The post Rep. Harris shares 2024 session review in his combined 17th District newsletter appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Bipartisan bill from Rep. Harris to assist the semiconductor industry signed into law by the governor

    On Tuesday, the governor signed into law a bipartisan bill from Rep. Paul Harris that will provide a much-needed boost to the semiconductor industry in Washington. House Bill 2482 will extend two tax preferences for semiconductor manufacturing until Jan. 1, 2034. The legislation also reinstates six tax preferences that expired on Jan. 1, 2024, and... Read more » The post Bipartisan bill from Rep. Harris to assist the semiconductor industry signed into law by the governor appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Statewide initiative news, budgets finalized, and legislative successes: 2024 session recap

    The 2024 legislative session ended as scheduled, on Thursday, March 7. This 60-day session was packed full of state business covering numerous issues. As with any session, we had some wins and losses, but overall House Republicans made a real difference for Washingtonians, despite being in the minority. As your state legislator, I represent people... Read more » The post Statewide initiative news, budgets finalized, and legislative successes: 2024 session recap appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • 17th District lawmakers secure more than $21 million in the 2024-25 supplemental capital and transportation budgets

    The Washington State House of Representatives unanimously approved the state’s 2024-25 supplemental capital budget today. The biennial construction, repair, and infrastructure funding plan, Senate Bill 5949, appropriates a total of $1.33 billion in funding. Reps. Paul Harris and Kevin Waters, who helped secure more than $21 million of funding for the 17th District, were pleased to... Read more » The post 17th District lawmakers secure more than $21 million in the 2024-25 supplemental capital and transportation budgets appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Rep. Harris joins fellow House Republicans in speaking against a bill that would link WA’s carbon market to California and Quebec

    Last week, Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, joined House Republicans to lay out the case against a bill (SB 6058) that would link our state’s carbon market to California and Quebec. House Republicans oppose this policy and the Climate Commitment Act, which has placed extraordinary financial burdens on low-income Washingtonians. Instead, they support Initiative 2117, which... Read more » The post Rep. Harris joins fellow House Republicans in speaking against a bill that would link WA’s carbon market to California and Quebec appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Senate approves Bipartisan legislation from Harris to assist semiconductor manufacturers

    Semiconductor manufacturers in Washington could receive a nice break thanks to a bipartisan bill from Rep. Paul Harris that would reinstate semiconductor tax incentives. The Washington State Senate voted 47-1 in favor of House Bill 2482 on Friday, which would extend two tax preferences for semiconductor manufacturers for 10 years. “These companies chose Southwest Washington... Read more » The post Senate approves Bipartisan legislation from Harris to assist semiconductor manufacturers appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • There’s still time to sign up for our Zoom town hall tomorrow

    I hope this short letter finds you well. Thank you again for allowing me to serve you in Olympia. I wanted to remind you that I will join my 17th District seatmates, Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, and Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, for a virtual town-hall meeting tomorrow evening, Feb. 22 at 6:30, to discuss the... Read more » The post There’s still time to sign up for our Zoom town hall tomorrow appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Please join us at our virtual town hall next week for an update on the 2024 legislative session

    It’s hard to believe the 2024 session is already entering its final weeks. On Tuesday, Feb. 13, we reached the house of origin cutoff, meaning that was the last day bills could be voted out of their respective chamber. After a week and a half of more committee meetings to consider bills from the Senate,... Read more » The post Please join us at our virtual town hall next week for an update on the 2024 legislative session appeared first on Paul Harris.
  • Rep. Harris speaks about his bill to reinstate tax incentives to semiconductor manufacturers

    Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, speaks on final passage of his bill that would extend two tax preferences for semiconductor manufacturing until Jan. 1, 2034. The bill would also reinstate six tax preferences that expired on Jan. 1, 2024. Harris explains why these tax preferences are so important to the economy in his community. The post Rep. Harris speaks about his bill to reinstate tax incentives to semiconductor manufacturers appeared first on Paul Harris.

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