Sen. Mark Schoesler, Rep. Joe Schmick and Rep. Mary Dye are inviting citizens to join them Tuesday, Feb. 22, for a 9th District virtual town hall meeting.
The eastern Washington lawmakers will provide an update of the 2022 legislative session and then take questions from participants. Citizens may also submit written questions during the registration process.
During the town hall meeting, the 9th District legislative team will discuss several issues, including:
- The Democrats’ mandatory long-term care insurance tax.
- The state’s $8.8 billion surplus, including $2.2 billion in reserves and $1.2 billion in unspent federal stimulus.
- Whether the majority party will allow for any meaningful tax relief.
- Updates to last year’s failed law enforcement reform bills.
- Emergency powers reform.
The event will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The remote event will be conducted using the Zoom platform.
Preregistration is required by going to tinyurl.com/9thDistrictTownHall. After registering, a confirmation email will be sent about joining the webinar. Space is limited, so people are advised to register early.