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Kilmer, Herrera Beutler, Urge Inclusion of Fisheries Funds in Administration’s Disaster Relief Request
Yesterday, Representatives Derek Kilmer (WA-06) and Jaime Herrera Beutler (WA-03) led a bipartisan letter urging the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) to develop a supplemental funding request to address the multiple fishery disaster declarations that have impacted Washington State’s commercial, recreational, and tribal fisheries. In their letter, addressed to OMB Director Mick Mulvaney, the lawmakers said: “As we continue to assist those who have been so severely impacted by our unprecedented national disasters, we must not forget those who have suffered no less under previous disaster declarations. We strongly urge you to work with these communities to ascertain and fully address the unmet economic damages caused by these past disasters as an additional supplemental request is developed.” Since 2014, the region’s fisheries have been devastated by multiple natural disasters including persistent harmful algal blooms and a devastating pocket of warm water, known as

Jaime Herrera Beutler Presses Oregon’s DOT to Clarify Authority, Public Engagement of Tolling Advisory Committee Ahead of Nov. 20 Meeting
Today, U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler formally requested Oregon’s Department of Transportation to answer questions regarding the authority and public outreach of its tolling advisory committee. The committee’s first meeting is scheduled for Monday 8:30 A.M., November 20 in Portland. The text of Jaime’s letter follows and a PDF version is available here. Matthew Garrett, Director Oregon Department of Transportation 355 Capitol St. NE, MS 11 Salem, OR 97301-3871 Dear Director Garrett, As an elected representative of the citizens of Washington who are among the heaviest users of Interstate 5 and Interstate 205, I write to seek clarification on the process by which Oregon will finalize the tolling plan called for in Oregon’s House Bill 2017. It is my understanding that Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) will develop the final detailed proposal for the tolls on I-205 and I-5. OTC has created the Portland Region Value Pricing Policy Advisory Com

Jaime Herrera Beutler Shares Southwest Washington Veterans’ Photos, Stories
U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler today launched a presentation at jhb.house.gov of the photos and stories of Southwest Washington veterans who participated in the Veterans History Project set up by the Library of Congress. The stories and photos will run through the month of November. “Through my efforts to bring the Veterans History Project here to Southwest Washington, I’ve been humbled to hear the first-hand accounts of military combat from the men and women who served in World War II, Vietnam, Korea, Iraq, and on the front lines around the globe.  I’m extremely pleased to share a few of the highlights of those stories that are being archived in the Library of Congress to commemorate those individuals for Veterans Day – and beyond,” said Jaime. “As this region’s federal representative in Congress, I seek to honor our nation’s heroes by helping veterans get the services they earned through legislation and individual assistance. I think it’s equally im

Jaime Herrera Beutler Supports Lowering Taxes for Southwest Washington Residents
Today, U.S. Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler announced her support for the U.S. House’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that will allow residents across Southwest Washington to keep more of their money and earn bigger paychecks. For instance, a family of four in Southwest Washington making a median salary of $83,874 will get to keep $1,929 more of their money instead of paying it in taxes; and independent studies show 19,968 more jobs will be created in the state of Washington and middle-income families will see on average $2,672 more in their paychecks due to economic growth. “This bill is a good deal for Southwest Washington taxpayers,” said Jaime. “While portions of our economy have seen a boost since the recession, the take-home pay, salary increases and raises of actual workers have not – and Congress has an opportunity to change that by passing this tax cut bill. These tax cuts will nearly double the amount the IRS can’t touch from your paycheck each year, from $6,350

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