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Lawmakers repeatedly asked State Building Code Council to back off job-killing new regulations After a nearly two-year debate over new and costly building energy codes, in a June 8 letter the...

June 15, 2010

Residents of the 39th District may participate from the comfort of their own homes   Rep. Dan Kristiansen is inviting residents of the 39th District to join him Thursday, May 13,...

May 4, 2010

As the Legislature entered its final day of the special session, Rep. Dan Kristiansen reflected over the past 90 days lawmakers have been in Olympia and characterized this year's legislative session...

April 13, 2010

By Rep. Dan Kristiansen – Special to the chambers of commerce My House Republican colleagues and I entered the 60-day regular session Jan. 11 with one thing in mind — job...

March 30, 2010

Retired firefighters who are collecting pensions will no longer be barred from volunteer firefighting duties under a bill sponsored by Rep. Dan Kristiansen, and signed into law this week by Gov....

March 19, 2010

Rep. Dan Kristiansen says lack of leadership and squabbles within the House and Senate Democrat caucuses have unnecessarily led to a special session costing taxpayers in excess of $18,000 a day....

March 18, 2010

Sedro-Woolley High School students Garrett Dressor and Joseph Janicki have been accepted to participate in the first phase of the Washington Aerospace Scholars program, Reps. Dan Kristiansen and Kirk Pearson announced...

Feb. 6, 2010

Monroe High School students Jayden Goodwin and Sohaib Hussain have been accepted to participate in the first phase of the Washington Aerospace Scholars program, Reps. Dan Kristiansen and Kirk Pearson announced...

Feb. 6, 2010

'Made in Washington' plan emphasizes solutions to reduce employment costs, clear the way for job creation, provide lower energy costs, and ensure affordable, accessible health care DOWNLOAD ATTACHMENT: Made in Washington...

Jan. 6, 2010

State Building Code Council moves forward with new rules, ignores concerns   The Washington State Building Code Council (SBCC) has adopted new heavily-restrictive energy building codes, despite concerns raised by lawmakers...

Nov. 25, 2009