Representative Roger Goodman
- Thank You!
Thanks SO much for helping me to secure my position in the State Legislature! Your support helped propel me to a SIXTH term, with more than 62% of the vote!
Our victory is somewhat bittersweet in view of the national election. However, you can count on me to keep standing up for children and families and for safe communities, and to keep working hard to preserve our high quality of life here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Please keep in touch with any questions or comments you may have. I want to remain accessible and responsive to your concerns. It’s an honor to represent you.
Thanks again for your support!
- Celebrating progress – reforms that support victims!
This year at the BE LOUD Breakfast, we asked you to call your representatives in support of a bill that would amend the process of obtaining a Sexual Assault Protection Order (SAPO).
Your calls, emails, and persistence WORKED. On May 5, 2017 Governor Jay Inslee signed Senate Bill 5256 into law, creating equal protection for victims of sexual assault in the state of Washington.
Monday, with Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs (WCSAP) and joined by First Lady Trudi Inslee, we celebrated this historic reform. Progress like this could not happen without your support and action. Thank you.
Washington State First Lady Trudi Inslee, Senator Joe Fain, and
Representative Roger Goodman celebrating this historic reform.
WCSAP Executive Director Andrea Piper-Wentland.
Washington State First Lady Trudi Inslee and KCSARC Executive Director Mary Ellen Stone.
Cali Knox, advocate for change, performing on the piano.
Staff, advocates, and supporters enjoying Cali’s composition.
Please share this message with those in your networks who made calls or raised their voices as a reminder that speaking out puts real change into motion!
- Declaring War on Financial Abuse of Older People
Last Tuesday, Representative Roger Goodman’s Vulnerable Adult Bill (HB 1153) was passed by a unanimous vote. Rep. Goodman said he hopes the measure will result in giving “victims the justice they deserve, and making sure their abusers are held accountable for their crimes.”
Declaring War on Financial Abuse of Older People The New York Times
- Legislator Profile: State Representative Roger Goodman, 45th District
- Washington Lawmaker Predicts Police Deadly Force Law Will Change This Year
Real results from the consensus building at the deadly force task force that Roger co-chaired.
- Washington ready to fight if necessary to keep its legal pot
“I can’t imagine the federal government using limited resources to try to bring down a new, regulated system that has worked so well,” said state Rep. Roger Goodman, D-Kirkland. “Prohibition was an unmitigated failure. The war on drugs is already winding down, and this administration will try to ramp it up again at its own peril.”
- The Seattle Times Endorses Roger!
- Deadly Force Task Force Grapples with State Law
Prosecution of Police Use of Deadly Force Dominates Task Force Discussion. Roger is Task Force Chair.
- Thank you, Washington Lawmen!