Sen. Adam Kline, D-Seattle, has accepted an appointment to represent the Senate Democratic Caucus on the newly formed Impaired Driving Work Group.
The issue of drunk driving has long been at the forefront of public safety. Concern grew regarding this topic in 2013 as a number of DUI-related tragedies saddened Washington citizens and renewed the call for stronger DUI prevention and enforcement.
Sen. Adam Kline says he is satisfied with the scope and intent of the impaired driving bills approved by the Senate Law and Justice Committee. However, Kline says the Senate must approve a funding source to make the bills successful.
The United States was founded on the belief of religious tolerance and freedom and on Friday the Washington State Senate paid tribute to that most basic human right.
In a bipartisan resolution, SR 8652, sponsored by Sen. Adam Kline, D-Seattle, members of the Senate paid tribute to the people who came to our country in search of religious freedom generations ago and to those who continue to arrive on our shores today.
With a rash of recent tragedies involving impaired drivers, the Senate Law and Justice Committee on Thursday held a joint work session to establish the best methods to prevent similar tragedies in the future.
So much for “bipartisanship” 4/3/2013
Today, the Republican majority in the Senate - a majority created not by the voters, but by the betrayal of an erstwhile Democrat and 24 Republicans, one of whom has for many years occupied a seat in the Democratic caucus - has rolled out its budget proposal for the two-year period 2013-15.