2016 Legislative Conference

2016 Legislative Conference 

January 17-18

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Registration is now closed.

Please click below for the agenda:

2016 Legislative Conference Agenda
Please note: this schedule will be adjusted to accommodate viewing the Seahawks game at 10am.
The opening session will begin after the game concludes.

2016 Legislative Platform
Government Relations Director Doug Nelson’s opening presentation.
Legislative Council Chair Tom Krabbenhoft’s opening presentation.

Know Before You Go!

Make sure to familiarize yourself with these key items before attending Legislative Conference!

Legislative Process Booklet
Capitol Campus Map
How a Bill Becomes a Law
Know Your B’s
Legislative Map
Directions to the Red Lion Olympia

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Red Lion Inn Olympia

2300 Evergreen Park Dr. Southwest

Olympia, WA 98502

Lodging not included in registration fee.
Room blocks with special rates available until January 5, 2016.

Call Olympia Red Lion directly for lodging accommodations 1-800-733-5466

 

Frank Warnke Legislative Internship

Our intern(s) will be lobbying with legislators, testifying in hearings and participating in many key events during their week in Olympia.
We strongly encourage you to apply for this awesome opportunity. It’s a life changing experience.

The Frank J. Warnke Legislative Internship is an exciting opportunity for any PSE member interested in politics and the legislative process. This one-of-a-kind experience gives PSE members the opportunity to participate in the legislative process for five days at the state capitol in Olympia. Interns work closely with PSE’s government relations staff and gain valuable knowledge and experience of the work required to represent classified employees. This intensive week allows interns to research issues, attend committee hearings, meet with legislators, work with legislative staff, and participate in coalition meetings.

Deadline to apply has passed.

For all other questions, contact Charmaine Abram at 253.876.7424

All expenses regarding room, meals, travel expenses, plus salary reimbursement to the district or university are paid by PSE.

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