Rep. Paul Harris' News & Media


Residents of the 17th Legislative District will have an opportunity to learn more about the 2018 legislative session by meeting with their legislators at a town hall meeting Saturday, March 24....

Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, discusses his legislation that would prohibit the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, and vapor products to individuals under the age of 21. Harris says the bill would...

Residents of the 17th Legislative District will have a chance to learn more about the upcoming 2018 legislative session in Olympia and talk with their legislators by attending a district town...

Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, has received the Washington Business Alliance 2017 Career and Technical Education (CTE) Legislator of the Year Award for his leadership on behalf of CTE students statewide. Harris who co-chairs...

Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the Washington state House of Representatives are once again calling for immediate approval of HB 1046, which would delink high-stakes standardized tests as a requirement for students...

Sen. Lynda Wilson, Rep. Paul Harris and Rep. Vicki Kraft, will co-host a telephone town hall meeting March 29. The community conversation, which is similar to a call-in radio format, will...

Rep. Paul Harris has received the YMCA Legislative Champion Award for 2017 in recognition of his leadership for children, families and healthy communities. The Washington State Alliance of YMCA’s presented Harris the award...

George Packard, a student from Ridgeline Middle School recently served as a page in the state House of Representatives. He was sponsored by 17th District Rep. Paul Harris. “It was my...

Legislative Republicans, including Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, say the House Democrat education plan passed Wednesday has no mechanism to fund the big-ticket spending items and falls short of reforms.

Following a spirited debate on the floor of the Washington State House of Representatives, House Democrats passed their long-awaited education bill on a 50-47 party-line vote. House Republicans, who offered seven amendments as...