Senator Steve O’Ban has led the fight for car tab tax relief in and out of the Legislature. His opponent, T’wina Nobles, not only opposes the $30 car tabs that 28th District voters demanded, but the Seattle politicians who sued taxpayers to stop them are endorsing her because of her opposition. (see below) When Sound Transit pushed through the ST3 … Read More
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The CARE Act is a bill (SB 6109) sponsored by Senator Steve O’Ban to help those who are incapable of caring for themselves…and are usually homeless or in jail as a result…because of a mental health or substance abuse disorder. The CARE Act would create a pilot program for King, Pierce and Snohomish counties and will allow for the appointment … Read More
As Senator Steve O’Ban gears up for re-election in 2020, we would love your endorsement and support! Click here to add YOUR name as a supporter. We are pleased to announce the following community leaders have endorsed his re-election campaign: Helen McGovern-Pilant, Chief Executive Officer of McGovern-Pilant, and former City of Lakewood Councilwoman and Executive Director of Emergency Food Network … Read More
Voters have made it clear they want $30 car tabs, especially here in the 28th District. They have also made it clear they want investment in transportation and traffic reduction. So Senator Steve O’Ban is working to give voters both. Without increasing taxes. Sen. Steve O’Ban is co-sponsoring a bill that would create a long-term solution to transportation funding after … Read More
Senator Steve O’Ban sent a letter to Attorney General Bob Ferguson, asking him to recuse himself and hire independent legal counsel to defend the $30 car tabs initiative passed overwhelmingly by 28th District voters. Below is his letter. (See original here) FULL TEXT OF LETTER BELOW November 11, 2019 Robert W. Ferguson Attorney General 1125 Washington Street SE Olympia, WA … Read More
From The Suburban Times, July 12, 2018 Sen. Steve O’Ban, R-University Place, issued the following statement in response to the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) two-day investigative hearing into rail safety and the Dec. 18, 2017, derailment of Amtrak 501 that occurred near DuPont, Wash. “The saddest part about this tragedy is that it could have been avoided altogether. After … Read More