Rep. Michelle Caldier's News & Media


Earlier this week, the Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA) announced it would be changing its policy regarding the prescription of opiates to Apple Health (Medicaid) clients.

Reps. Michelle Caldier and Ruth Kagi will be holding a town hall meeting June 10 to discuss the future of foster care in Washington state.

Rep. Michelle Caldier says as a former foster child and foster mother, working to provide opportunities for at risk-youth to succeed is personal to her.

Legislation directing the Washington State Health Care Authority to establish a fair and predictable Medicaid audit process was signed into law Monday by Gov. Jay Inslee.

A bill sponsored by Rep. Michelle Caldier to help facilitate on-time grade level progression and graduation for at-risk youth was signed into law by the governor Thursday.

Rep. Michelle Caldier, R-Port Orchard, says it's time for the state to reverse the culture of dysfunction that exists in the foster care system and enact new reforms.

After securing more than $30 million in funding in the capital budget proposal unveiled by the House Wednesday, 26th District Reps. Michelle Caldier and Jesse Young say there's still more work...

Rep. Michelle Caldier discusses how the 2017-19 capital budget could benefit the 26th District.

In a unanimous vote Wednesday, the House passed Rep. Michelle Caldier’s bill to require school districts to facilitate on-time grade-level progression and graduation for homeless children, at-risk youth and children in...

Changes in the health care industry in Kitsap County have resulted in fewer choices and less timely access for consumers, as well as increased overall costs, say Reps. Michelle Caldier and...