Please join Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Shoreline, during one or both of her upcoming town hall events.
Sen. Chase hopes to see you in person in Edmonds on April 13 or the following day in Shoreline on April 14 to discuss issues important to you, your family and our state.
A bill to help low income families afford animal control services and in the process save the state millions of dollars cleared the Senate just before cutoff Wednesday on a bipartisan, 29-20 vote.
Senate Bill 5202, sponsored by Sen. Maralyn Chase, establishes a new program to assist low-income Washingtonians in spaying or neutering their cats and dogs. Animal care and control agencies will have the ability to charge up to a dollar for each dog or cat license to fund the program.
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