The business community joins together to oppose Substitute House Bill (SHB) 1868, which would impose strict nurse staffing ratios in all hospitals in the state.
It’s time for both chambers and both parties to reach across the aisle and find the common ground that can get this package across the finish line this session.”
The Bellevue Chamber's Policy Council recently voted in favor of I-1436, or a similar fix to the long-term care tax,be implemented by the legislature next session.
Bellevue Chamber offered support for the inclusion of a well-defined Multimodal Concurrency Standard that gives clear guidance to Chamber members and city staff into the Transportation Element of Bellevue’s adopted Comprehensive Plan.
QFC and Fred Meyer Announce Partnership with Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and Bellevue College for FREE COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing
Today, QFC and Fred Meyer announced a partnership with the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce and Bellevue College for free COVID-19 drive-thru testing.
The City of Bellevue, Downtown Association, and Chamber are working collaboratively to bring current information to our community and businesses to help preserve public safety and reduce incidents of property damage.
Last week was another busy week filled with committee hearings on bills and some floor action in both chambers. Almost 1,500 bills have been introduced so far this session.
Washington's Paid Family Leave program took effect on January 1, 2020. Over 10,000 Washingtonians filed for benefits in the first week alone but many employers still have questions. We'll try to answer a few of them in this week's FAQ5.
The 2020 session began on Monday, January 13th. Legislators will be tackling affordable housing and homelessness, childcare accessibility, climate action, and addressing the impacts of I-976.