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Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, supported passage of Initiative 2113, which fully restores the ability of law enforcement officers to engage in vehicular pursuit.

March 4, 2024

The state collected an extra $3.3 billion over a 4-year outlook, and yet the House Democrats’ 2024 supplemental operating budget provides no meaningful financial relief for working families, argued Rep. April...

Feb. 26, 2024

Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, spoke against passage of House Bill 1433, which would allow cities and counties to mandate an energy report for single-family home sellers.

Feb. 10, 2024

Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, shared powerful testimony on the floor of the Washington House in favor of a bill to outlaw fertility fraud. House Bill 1300 passed the House 97-0.

Feb. 9, 2024

Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, provided an update on important bills that the majority party in the House failed to advance.

Jan. 31, 2024

Today, Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, testified on her bill that would expand urban growth area (UGA) boundaries to allow for the construction of residential housing: House Bill 2158.

Jan. 25, 2024

Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, testified in the House Finance Committee on House Bill 2003, her bipartisan bill that would provide a new tax exemption to help build affordable housing units on...

Jan. 16, 2024

Rep. April Connors and Rep. Travis Couture met in the wings of the House chamber to discuss the governor’s state of the state address.

Jan. 9, 2024

Representatives April Connors, R-Kennewick, and Travis Couture, R-Allyn, recently sat down with TVW’s Austin Jenkins for a 30-minute interview on Inside Olympia on the challenges and opportunities that come with being...

June 1, 2023

In this video update, Rep. April Connors, R-Kennewick, discusses House Bill 1173 – her light pollution mitigation bill – as well as affordable housing, agriculture, and the Hanford nuclear site.

April 18, 2023