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Wire Insider: Senator David Frockt

Senator David Frockt is the Capital Budget Writer for the Senate Democrats. He also sits on the Law & Justice Committee and the Human Services...Read More

Wire Insider: Wendy Hutchinson

Wendy Hutchinson is the Vice President of Public Affairs at Millennium Bulk. She joins us as a “Wire Insider” to talk about economic development in...Read More

Wire Insider: Representative Paul Graves

Representative Paul Graves is the Assistant Ranking Member on both the Health Care & Wellness and the Judiciary Committees. He also sits on the House...Read More

Wire Insider: Zach Silk, President of Civic Ventures

Zach Silk is the President of Civic Ventures, a Seattle-based political strategist group. He joined us for this edition of Wire Insider to talk about...Read More

Wire Insider: Tina Podlodowski

Tina Podlodowski is the Chair of the Washington State Democratic Party. She joins us to discuss how Democrats are planning on flipping some seats through...Read More

Wire Insider: Susan Hutchison

Susan Hutchison served as Chair of the Washington State Republican Party from 2013 until the beginning of this year. Before announcing her resignation, she joined...Read More

Wire Insider: Hon. Teresa Mosqueda

Seattle City Council member, Teresa Mosqueda joined us for our first Wire Insider video to discuss the issues she will be fighting for in her...Read More

Responding to Climate Change in Washington State

The issue of climate change continues to rise in importance. Yet, there is still no consensus view about what to do about it. This is...Read More

Homelessness: Why Are We Not Having Success?

The homelessness situation is dire in Puget Sound, made more dramatic by a largely inefficient and ineffective policy response by state and local governments. These...Read More

What You Missed: 2017 Re-Wire Policy Conference

We hosted our first annual Re-Wire Policy Conference on December 12th in Seattle. With over 200 attendees, including 25 legislators, this event was one of...Read More