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If you heat with oil, new law created by Angel bill may be for you Recent and potential homebuyers in Kitsap County and other parts of Washington whose homes use heating oil can benefit from a new law sponsored by 26th District Sen. Jan Angel, R-Port Orchard. Gov. Jay Inslee Tuesday signed Angel’s bill that raises awareness of an insurance program for residential heating-oil tanks.... Read More...
Sen. Jan Angel
Angel criticizes Senate Democrats for raiding voter-approved rainy-day fund The Senate Democrats’ support of a raid on the state’s savings account thwarts the will of Washington voters and weakens the state operating budget’s ability to withstand a revenue drop caused by a downturn in the economy, said 26th Legislative District Sen. Jan Angel. Angel, R-Port Orchard, opposed the Democrats’ passage of... Read More...
Sen. Angel in committee
Legislature passes Angel bill raising awareness of heating-oil tank insurance The Legislature has approved a bill sponsored by Sen. Jan Angel to raise awareness of an insurance program for residential heating-oil tanks. The bill helps make residential homebuyers aware of the Washington Pollution Liability Insurance Agency’s Residential Heating Oil Insurance Program, which provides insurance coverage at no cost to owners... Read More...
Sen. Jan Angel
Legislature passes Angel bill to better protect insurance consumers A measure introduced by Sen. Jan Angel that would enhance protection for insurance consumers has received strong approval from the Legislature. Angel, R-Port Orchard, said Senate Bill 6059 would provide the Office of Insurance Commissioner with better insight into the corporate governance framework of an insurer or insurance group, allowing... Read More...
Sen. Angel and Alyssa Hawkins
Alyssa Hawkins serves as page for Sen. Angel Alyssa Hawkins, an eighth-grader at McMurray Middle School on Vashon Island, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Alyssa was one of 33 students who served as Senate pages for the seventh week of the 2018 legislative session. She was... Read More...
Sen. Angel and Tess Snyder
Tess Snyder serves as page for Sen. Angel Tess Snyder, an eighth-grader at John Sedgwick Middle School, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Tess was one of 28 students who served as Senate pages for the sixth week of the 2018 legislative session. She was sponsored by... Read More...
Sen. Angel and Skylah Brinkerhoff
Skylah Brinkerhoff serves as page for Sen. Angel Skylah Brinkerhoff, an eighth-grader at John Sedgwick Middle School, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Skylah was one of 29 students who served as Senate pages for the sixth week of the 2018 legislative session. She was sponsored by... Read More...
Jen's Homeschool Friends
Angel meets with students from 26th District Rep. Caldier and I enjoyed meeting with about 50 students from Jen’s Homeschool Friends who visited the Capitol recently. The students, who range from second grade to high school, are from the Port Orchard area. Read More...
Sen. Angel gives floor speech
Senate passes Angel bill on managing, preserving historical court exhibits The state Senate has unanimously approved Sen. Jan Angel’s bill that would help county clerks better manage old court exhibits and preserve those documents that are considered historical. Angel said the bill, which was requested by the Washington State Association of County Clerks, aims to help clerks modernize and provide... Read More...
Page Tanner Stiefel
Tanner Stiefel serves as page for Sen. Angel Tanner Stiefel, an eighth-grader at Harbor Ridge Middle School, spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Tanner was one of 13 students who served as Senate pages for the fourth week of the 2018 legislative session. He was sponsored by... Read More...
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