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Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, laments the lack of a Phase 3 reopening plan from Gov. Jay Inslee, and he calls a proposed low carbon fuel standard a regressive tax that will...

Feb. 25, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, explains how policy cutoff works in the Legislature, shares how Republicans tried to increase COVID -19 relief and describes how the state's resilient economy makes raising taxes...

Feb. 18, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, discusses the inconsistencies within the governor's opening strategy, namely case distribution and which counties get to open. Wash. House Republicans · 02-12-21 – RADIO: Capitol Report with...

Feb. 12, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, joins KIT Radio to discuss his experience working remotely during the current session, flaws in the governor's reopening strategy, and what people can do to get involved...

Feb. 9, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, says the COVID-19 relief package passed by the majority party in the House did not go far enough to help families who are hurting. Ybarra also shares...

Feb. 4, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, explains why he voted in favor of the permanent waiver program for high school seniors and why he is sponsoring House Bill 1336, which aims to bring...

Jan. 28, 2021

With parents eager to see their children return to school, Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, explains how he signed onto a bicameral, bipartisan letter by ranking committee members and chairs requesting Gov....

Jan. 21, 2021

In this podcast, Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, talks with host Kelley Payne about his new role as ranking Republican on the House Education Committee and his bout with coronavirus. Wash. House...

Jan. 11, 2021

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, talks about his opposition to the majority party's controversial sex education bill and supplemental operating budget. The 13th District lawmaker also discusses future plans after the legislative...

March 6, 2020

Rep. Alex Ybarra, R-Quincy, discusses the Republican supplemental operating budget proposal, the comprehensive sex education bill, and a bill that would place limits on high-capacity magazines.

Feb. 28, 2020