The Olympian reported in the April 23, 2007 edition,
“2nd District Lawmakers Have a Mixed Session
Sen. Marilyn Rasmussen
Photo from Senator Rasmussen’s official website
Senator Marilyn Rasmussen:
Bills Sponsored: 40
Bills Passed: four laws, seven resolutions
Sen. Marilyn Rasmussen sponsored 40 bills this session, well above the Legislature average of 23 bills sponsored. She is on three Senate committees, including the Senate Agriculture and Rural Economic Development Committee and the Early Learning and K-12 Education Committee. She said amusingly Friday, My focus has always been on kids and cows. Well more than half of her bills are about rural industries or child well being.
Representative Tom Campbell
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Representative Tom Campbell:
Bills Introduced: 18
Bills Passed: three laws
Known as an independent both in thought and party loyalty, Campbell this session won a three year battle to require hospitals to report how many of their patients pick up infections during treatment.
Weve accomplished a lot of things, he said, noting he supported some of the years bigger measures, like paid family leave.
Representative Jim McCune
Photo from Representative McCune’s official website
Representative Jim McCune:
Total Bills: 10
Bills Passed: 0
Rep. Jim McCune is the assistant ranking minority member on the House Technology, Energy and Communications Committee.
He is also on the Capital Budget Committee and the Housing Committee.
He sponsored 10 bills but only one got out of committee in the House of Representatives”