Town Hall – 48th LD

There were about 200 people there.  Some highlights included much discussion on progressive funding for education, a strong commitment to a woman’s right to choose in the state of Washington, discussion on providing affordable housing, and discussion on how the delegation is watching DC carefully to see how the state is going to need to step in to offset cuts from the federal level in funding and policies.  (The clean up and preservation of the Puget Sound was specifically mentioned in this discussion.)  And in addressing the level of tension between political parties, Representative Slatter said: “Let’s be hard on the policy, not the people.”