Stephanie McClintock - Clark County Republican Party

Stephanie McClintock

Legislative District 18
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  • An update on my bills, the statewide initiatives, and the state budgets: 2024 session recap from Rep. McClintock

    The 2024 legislative session is in the books and a lot happened during this quick 60-day period, including big news for some of the statewide initiatives, two of my bills becoming law, and the Legislature passing the state’s biennial supplemental spending plans. House Republicans entered the 2024 session with several important goals as we look... Read more » The post An update on my bills, the statewide initiatives, and the state budgets: 2024 session recap from Rep. McClintock appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • Governor signs McClintock bill to enhance communication with the DCYF, improve foster care services

    The governor signed a bill from Rep. Stephanie McClintock on Tuesday that will help kids in foster care by improving communication between the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) and individuals caring for foster kids in Washington. The bipartisan House Bill 1970 will require DCYF to establish a caregiver communication specialist position within the... Read more » The post Governor signs McClintock bill to enhance communication with the DCYF, improve foster care services appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • McClintock legislation that will remove barriers to the architectural licensing process is signed into law

    The governor signed into law a bill from Rep. Stephanie McClintock on Wednesday, aimed at simplifying the testing process for people seeking an architectural career in Washington. Current law requires an applicant to pass the required examination to qualify for registration as an architect in Washington. However, there is a five-year rolling timeline for all... Read more » The post McClintock legislation that will remove barriers to the architectural licensing process is signed into law appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • 18th District lawmakers secure nearly $18 million from the 2024-25 supplemental capital budget for district projects

    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. Greg Cheney and Stephanie McClintock, who helped secure 18th District project funding, were pleased to see that many important projects in... Read more » The post 18th District lawmakers secure nearly $18 million from the 2024-25 supplemental capital budget for district projects appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • Rep. McClintock speaks against a bill that would create a state run employee retirement program

    Rep. Stephanie McClintock, R-Vancouver, speaks during a debate on the house floor against a bill that would require certain employers that do not offer their employees a qualified retirement plan to allow employees to contribute to an individual retirement account through an automatic payroll deduction. Click below to watch. The post Rep. McClintock speaks against a bill that would create a state run employee retirement program appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • McClintock bill to improve communication with the DCYF gets unanimous approval from the Senate

    Communication between the Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) and individuals caring for kids in foster care, could see major improvement going forward, thanks to a bipartisan bill from Rep. Stephanie McClintock. House Bill 1970, which the Washington State Senate unanimously approved on Friday, would require DCYF to establish a caregiver communication specialist position... Read more » The post McClintock bill to improve communication with the DCYF gets unanimous approval from the Senate appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • McClintock bill to improve the architectural licensing process moves another step closer to becoming law

    The Washington State Senate unanimously approved a bill from Rep. Stephanie McClintock on Wednesday, aimed at simplifying the testing process for people seeking an architectural career in Washington. House Bill 1880 would eliminate the five-year rolling timeline for architecture applicants to successfully pass each section of their examination for registration. Current law requires an applicant... Read more » The post McClintock bill to improve the architectural licensing process moves another step closer to becoming law appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • Rep. McClintock discusses her passion for education and the bills she introduced to help improve it

    Rep. Stephanie McClintock, R-Vancouver, discusses the three education bills she introduced this session and how they would improve student learning and outcomes. Click below to watch. The post Rep. McClintock discusses her passion for education and the bills she introduced to help improve it appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • Senate committee approves Rep. McClintock’s bill to improve testing procedure for architectural licensing

    The Senate Labor and Commerce Committee voted in favor of legislation from Rep. Stephanie McClintock on Tuesday that would help people working toward a career in architecture. House Bill 1880 would eliminate the five-year rolling timeline for architecture applicants to successfully pass each section of their examination for registration. “Many licensing rules and regulations in... Read more » The post Senate committee approves Rep. McClintock’s bill to improve testing procedure for architectural licensing appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.
  • Rep. McClintock sponsors high school student from Battle Ground as House page

    Prairie High School student, Addison Randall, recently spent a week at the state Capitol in Olympia to serve as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. Addison was sponsored by Rep. Stephanie McClintock of the 18th Legislative District. “It was a pleasure to sponsor Addison in Olympia this week,” said McClintock, R-Vancouver. “She... Read more » The post Rep. McClintock sponsors high school student from Battle Ground as House page appeared first on Stephanie McClintock.

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