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February 4, 2016
Lt. Governor Owen will be among the speakers tonight at an event honoring Wong Tsoo, a Chinese man who immigrated to the United States to attend the Massachusetts Institute of Technology andFebruary 4, 2016
Every year the Chinese Lunar New Year is celebrated throughout the Puget Sound and the state of Washington, as it is the longest and most important events of the year for the
February 3, 2016
Linda and I were saddened to learn of the passing of former State Senator Harriet Spanel of the 40th Legislative District covering Skagit, Whatcom and San Juan counties. Throughout her 22 years
Lynnwood Mayor Nicola Smith, to the left of Lt. Governor Owen, members of the Lynnwood City Council and other leaders from the city made the rounds at the Capitol on Jan. 28, including a visit with the lieutenant governor to discuss their legislative agenda.
Lt. Governor Owen speaks to the Leadership Tri-Cities group on Jan. 28 in the Senate Rules Room. (Washington Legislature photo).
Youth Speak Out on Prevention
Washington State Dairy Ambassador Nicole Buell from Marysville along with dairy ambassadors representing several counties met with Lt. Governor Owen in his office on Jan. 26 (Washington Legislature photo).
Washington State Dairy Ambassador Nicole Buell from Marysville and finalists in the annual Washington State Dairy Ambassador contest meet with Lt. Governor Owen in his office on Jan. 26 (Washington Legislature photo).
January 25, 2016
Lt. Governor Brad Owen issued a letter to Senator Pam Roach today regarding her participation in the Dec. 14 meeting of the Washington State Task Force on the Trafficking of Persons. A copy of
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January 22, 2016
A newly revised brochure loaded with information to consider when making choices about marijuana use is now available for download or order from the University of Washington’s Alcohol & Drug Abuse Institute’s ClearinghouseJanuary 22, 2016
Savannah Turner, a senior at Pacific Lutheran University with plans to go on to law school this fall, has joined the Office of Lt. Governor as our intern for the legislative session.
The Senate Rules Committee, chaired by the lieutenant governor, voted Jan. 19 to authorize the Senate Law & Justice committee to issue subpoenas for the first time since 1988. Lt. Governor Owen is seen here signing one of two subpoenas issued by the committee with Hunter Goodman, Secretary of the Senate. (Washington Legislature photo).
One of the duties of the lieutenant governor is to serve as president of the Washington State Senate. In this photo Lt. Governor Owen lowers the gavel to signify passage of Senate Resolution 8691 honoring state law enforcement officers.
Youth speak out on prevention of substance abuse and violence
Lt. Governor Owen speaks to youth as part of Substance Abuse and Violence Prevention Policy Day in the state Capitol on January 18. (Washington Legislature photo)
Mentoring Advocacy Day draws youth to Capitol
More than 100 mentors and mentees gathered at the Capitol on Jan. 18 to take part in Mentoring Advocacy Day. Lt. Governor Owen talked about the value of strong mentoring programs that help youth finish school and go on to success in life (Washington Legislature photo).
- Under the direction of Linda Owen, the Lt. Governor's Art Council features the works of Washington artists in our office lobby. Now displaying are twelve works from papercut artist Nikki McClure from Olympia. Above is one of the works on display titled Apples, from her book, To Market, To Market.
Twelve pieces of papercut art by Nikki McClure of Olympia are now on display in the Office of Lt. Governor on the second floor of the Legislative Building. You are invited to stop by from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Above is Lunch, 2013