Rep. Alex Ybarra's News & Media


The state House of Representatives approved a resolution Wednesday that honors a Kittitas County sheriff's deputy who was killed in the line of duty. Kelley Payne reports from the state Capitol....

March 28, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, joins Capitol Report to discuss house of origin cutoff, Latino Legislative Day, and recently proposed tax increases.

March 22, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy shares information on recent House deadlines and the passage of his bill addressing basic skills assessments for teachers. The 13th District lawmaker also discusses Latino Day in...

March 21, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, joins Capitol Report to discuss the low carbon fuel standard, an increase to the gas tax of 16 cents-per-gallon, and the impact it will have on farmers...

March 15, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Yakima, speaks on the House floor in support House Bill 1621. The 13th District lawmaker's bill addressing basic skills assessment for teacher preparation programs was unanimously approved by...

March 13, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, joins Capitol Report to discuss his legislation that will encourage more people to join the education profession to reduce the teacher shortage.

March 8, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, discusses the House's unanimous approval of his bill addressing basic skills assessment for teacher preparation programs. The 13th District lawmaker says the changes would encourage more applicants,...

March 8, 2019

Today, the state House of Representatives approved legislation that would make adjustments to the basic skills assessment requirements for acceptance into teacher preparatory programs. House Bill 1621, sponsored by 13th District...

March 6, 2019

Sen. Judy Warnick, R-Moses Lake, and Reps. Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake, and Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, are inviting community members to their town hall meetings on Friday, March 22, and Saturday, March...

March 4, 2019

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, discusses the proposed low carbon standard and Senate Bill 5693, which requires farmers to “report instances of slavery,” to their suppliers.

March 1, 2019