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Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, joins Hanna Scott to discuss our state’s crime and affordability crises. The 20th District representative talks about House Republican solutions to the problems and missed opportunities from...

April 26, 2024

Rep. Peter Abbarno toured the Cowlitz County Public Utility District (PUD) methane capture project on Thursday. Abbarno helped secure $4.9 million in this year’s supplemental capital budget for Cowlitz County PUD...

April 26, 2024

Rep. Peter Abbarno recently mailed a postcard to constituents in the 20th District with useful contact information and video resources about the many important issues affecting our communities and state. WATCH...

April 22, 2024

Rep. Peter Abbarno recently toured schools in the Centralia School District, where he met with students to discuss career-readiness, trades careers, apprenticeships, college and secondary education, as well as opportunities in...

April 16, 2024

Washington’s carbon tax has increased the price of regular gasoline by about 50 cents per gallon. This tax isn’t just hurting Washington drivers at the gas pump, it’s increasing the cost...

April 13, 2024

During a crime spree, House Democrats in Olympia introduced legislation to reduce sentences for gun, gang, and drug related crimes around schools. They also introduced legislation to allow criminals to vote,...

April 9, 2024

From the Capitol Campus in Olympia, Rep. Peter Abbarno highlighted the good, the bad, and the ugly of the 2024 legislative session that ended on March 7.

March 16, 2024

Rep. Peter Abbarno on Thursday met students with the VISIONS program from Chehalis during their tour of the state Capitol. The VISIONS program is designed to prepare 18 to 21-year-old students...

March 15, 2024

The House unanimously approved a final 2024 supplemental capital budget today. The $1.33 billion plan invests heavily in bipartisan priorities, including K-12 school construction, mental health facilities, housing, and early learning...

March 6, 2024

Reps. Peter Abbarno and Mary Dye provided an update on the natural gas ban (House Bill 1589). House Republicans voted against this bill earlier in session and strongly oppose the amended...

March 6, 2024