In a 98-0 vote Tuesday, the House approved a bill sponsored by Rep. Norma Smith to protect Washingtonians' payment credentials in business transactions with state agencies.
Rep. Norma Smith, R-Clinton, has introduced legislation that would give the Office of Attorney General the authority to enforce net neutrality rules in Washington state.
The Legislature's record 193-day session ended Thursday evening when the body failed to pass both a remedy to the recent rural water rights case known as the Hirst decision and the...
Inslee veto reneges on negotiated tax agreement, betrays Washington workers, say House Republican leaders
Despite a negotiated agreement between Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate, Gov. Jay Inslee today vetoed a section of Senate Bill 5977, which would have reduced the business and...
Legislation sponsored by Rep. Norma Smith, R-Clinton, to regulate the collection and use of biometric data by state agencies was signed into law Tuesday.
In an 87-10 vote Wednesday evening, the state House passed a bill to require broadband internet service providers (ISPs) to acquire opt-in consent from customers before selling or transferring their information....
A bill sponsored by Rep. Norma Smith to curb ongoing compliance issues with the state's Regulatory Fairness Act (RFA) was signed into law Wednesday.
Tenth District legislators Sen. Barbara Bailey, Rep. Norma Smith, and Rep. Dave Hayes will hold town hall meetings in Coupeville and Mount Vernon on Saturday, March 25.
House Bill 1120, sponsored by Rep. Norma Smith to address problems uncovered by an audit of Washington’s Regulatory Fairness Act (RFA), was unanimously approved by the House Thursday.
Rep. Norma Smith’s bill to regulate the collection and use of biometric data by state agencies was approved by the Washington State House of Representatives Thursday.