Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Shoreline, issued the below statement regarding the recent news that a Washington farmer had his alfalfa rejected for export after it tested positive for genetically modified materials.
Washington State women legislators welcome Deputy Minister of the Turkish Ministry of Family and Social Policy to Olympia 7/3/2013
WiLL State Director Senator Maralyn Chase recently welcomed Dr. Askin Asan, the Deputy Minister of the Turkish Ministry of Family and Social Policy in Olympia and our state's capitol.
Dr. Asan, a former parliamentarian in the Turkish legislature, was tapped to become the Deputy Minister two years ago as part of the leadership team of the newly established Ministry. Dr. Asan visited the State of Washington on the occasion of the graduation of her son from the University of Washington and was welcomed by State Senators Chase, Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Jeannie Darnielle and Karen Fraser.
Sen. Chase named to “Sunshine Committee” 6/20/2013
Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Shoreline, has been appointed to the Public Records Exemptions Accountability Committee, also known as the Sunshine Committee, which exists to make government more open to the public.
Chase, who also sits on the Senate's Trade & Economic Development as well as the Energy, Environment & Telecommunications Committees, said she is excited to begin her new role on the Sunshine Committee.
Sen. Maralyn Chase, D-Shoreline, issued the following statement regarding the recent discovery of genetically modified wheat in Oregon:
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.
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