House votes to abolish law enforcement quotas
Concerns about integrity in law enforcement have prompted lawmakers to pass a bill that would effectively end the quota system.
Lawman turned legislator wants to end revenue-driven policing
Rep. Jeff Holy, a career lawman turned legislator, wants to end revenue-driven policing in Washington state.
Rep. Jeff Holy talks with Rick Rydell on KXLY about governor’s budget
The governor's State of the State address was the primary topic of discussion on Rick Rydell's show on KXLY, featuring Rep. Jeff Holy.
A quick note from Rep. Jeff Holy
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Rep. Holy’s legislative update: Session adjourns!
Dear Friends and Neighbors, After 176 days in session, I’m happy to report the Legislature has finally adjourned for the year. The operating budget was approved without new taxes (avoiding a government shutdown), the capital budget provides necessary infrastructure for our state, and a new transportation tax package was approved...
Rep. Holy’s Update from Olympia: April 24, 2015
Dear Friends and Neighbors, The Legislature has adjourned today, two days early. Unfortunately, the governor has called us back for a special session because an agreement could not be found on the state’s budget. The governor has other plans for the special session besides just the budget – read more...
Rep. Jeff Holy urges passage of lifetime trailer registration, House Bill 1480
During consideration of House Bill 1480, prime sponsor Rep. Jeff Holy speaks on the House floor about the measure, which provides for lifetime registration for trailers.
Rep. Jeff Holy talks about House passage of trailer bill on the Rick Rydell Radio Show
Rep. Jeff Holy talks with KXLY Radio's Rick Rydell about House passage of the lifetime trailer registration measure, House Bill 1480. The bill was the brainchild of Rydell, who had suggested it to Holy three years earlier.
Rep. Holy’s Update from Olympia: April 14, 2015
Dear Friends and Neighbors, Today marks the 93rd day of the 105-day session. The House budget I wrote to you about in my last email passed the House on a party-line vote. I voted “no” because it depends on tax increases we don’t need to have a responsible, sustainable budget. ...