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Legislation sponsored by Rep. Michelle Caldier to provide better agency and school district support to students in out-of-home care was signed into law Wednesday.

Two House Republican lawmakers are speaking out and demanding action after their bills to help sexual assault survivors died in the Senate. John Sattgast reports from the state Capitol.

26th District Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Port Orchard, is hosting a live telephone town hall Tuesday, March 13.

Two Republican lawmakers are speaking out and demanding action after their bills to help sexual assault survivors failed to pass the Legislature. For the past four years, Rep. Dan Griffey, R-Allyn,...

This week, the Washington State House of Representatives approved legislation modifying the procedures for determining certain aspects of the legal parent-child relationship, known as the Washington Uniform Parentage Act. The bill...

South Kitsap High School student Thomas Bidewell, 16, traveled to Olympia Feb. 12 and spent the week serving as a page in the state House of Representatives. He was sponsored by...

Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Port Orchard, invites residents of the 26th Legislative District to join her at one of two town hall meetings she's holding on Saturday, Feb. 17.

South Kitsap High School students Trey Zawlocki and Katelynn Harmon recently traveled to Olympia to serve as pages in the Washington State House of Representatives. They was sponsored by their 26th...

In an evening floor session Thursday, the House unanimously passed a bill sponsored by Rep. Michelle Caldier to provide better agency and school district support for students in out-of-home care.

Today, the state House of Representatives passed two Republican bills aimed at improving care for sexual assault survivors.