Cathy Dahlquist

Cathy posted 6 stories to Courier-Herald.
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Students find success in updated facilities | Cathy Dalhquist

There it sits. It has company. It lies beneath that pile of mail you have on your kitchen counter. You may not open it. It’s too much trouble. You have got to find a stamp. You don’t really know what the entire hubbub is about.

  • Apr 14th, 2015 8:46pm

Citizen legislature works best | Editorial

I receive a lot of feedback on the makeup of the state Legislature. Some ask why lawmakers only convene for part of the year and others wonder why we aren’t a full-time Legislature.Citizen

  • May 30th, 2012 8:40pm

Cathy Dahlquist | This first term was a whirlwind | Plateau People

Many of you know that I served as the president of the Enumclaw School Board before running for state office. Education is my passion. I have children in the public school system and know that while our school district is successful, there are areas in our state where school districts are leaving children behind. Every child deserves the opportunity to have a first-class education.

  • Apr 23rd, 2012 10:05pm

Dahlquist applauds passage of bipartisan Senate budget | Legislature

On March 2, even those of you who wouldn’t normally follow the legislative process tuned in online at tvw.org to watch history being made. A bipartisan coalition of senators came together to change the direction of our state.

  • Mar 6th, 2012 11:11pm

OLYMPIA REPORT: Schools must be No. 1 priority

Our state constitution is clear: Education is the “paramount duty” of the state. The recent state Supreme Court decision in McCleary vs. State of Washington reaffirmed what many of us already knew to be the case – K-12 basic education is not being amply provided for in the state budget. The solution to this is to fund education first.

  • Feb 7th, 2012 10:16pm

GUEST COLUMN: State’s budget gap was built on pie-in-the-sky projections

On Nov. 28, Gov. Chris Gregoire called all lawmakers into special session because of a $2 billion spending gap due to an unsustainable budget passed last May. Since arriving in Olympia two weeks ago, the only thing we managed to do is pass a bailout bill for a Wenatchee arena.

  • Dec 14th, 2011 7:00pm