Rep. Eric Robertson's Email Updates


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I hope this email finds you and your family in good health! The days are getting longer, and the weather is getting warmer. May you have the chance to venture out...

May 3, 2024

I hope this email finds you well! The 2024 legislative session ended on March 7. The adjournment of sine die indicates that the legislative body has ended its session without scheduling...

April 5, 2024

I hope this email finds you well! Exciting news unfolded in the Legislature this week, as three of the six citizen initiatives successfully passed both the House and Senate chambers and...

March 7, 2024

I hope this email finds you well! We are nearing the final stretch of the 2024 legislative session, with just two weeks remaining. I want to take a little time to...

Feb. 24, 2024

I hope this email finds you well! We have completed week four of our 60-day session. We have reached our first major deadline, known as the House of Origin policy cutoff....

Feb. 2, 2024

I hope this email finds you well! On Monday, January 8, lawmakers returned to Olympia to officially begin the 2024 legislative session. In even-numbered years, we have 60 days to complete...

Jan. 19, 2024

Fall has arrived with the change in colors, the crisp air, and the fun activities around our local communities. I hope this letter finds you and your family in good health...

Oct. 30, 2023

I hope this email finds you well! Happy 4th of July! Long-term care payroll tax goes into effect as of July 1, 2023 I want to take this opportunity to remind...

July 3, 2023

I hope this email finds you well! The Legislature adjourned the regular session on April 23. On May 16, the governor called us back for a special session. This update will...

May 25, 2023

I hope this email finds you well! The daffodils and cherry blossom trees are fully blooming around the Capitol campus. Do you know the legend of the so-called “Sine Die” magnolia...

April 17, 2023