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According to a recent analysis, Rep. Paul Graves had the most independent voting during the 2017 legislative session.

This week, the governor signed an $8.5 billion transportation budget. Of the funding provided in the new, two-year budget, nearly $9 million will be funneled to projects impacting the 5th Legislative...

Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, was instrumental in helping a package of bills aimed at reducing sex crimes and protecting victims receive wide bipartisan support during the legislative session.

Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, saw his second bill signed into law on Tuesday. House Bill 1515 provides flexibility for doctors and other health care practitioners to prescribe disabled parking placards....

The first law by Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, was passed on Thursday. HB 1285 will simplify oath requirements for interpreters.

Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, helped secure nearly $9 million for transportation projects in East King County.

Fifth District Reps. Jay Rodne and Paul Graves will be hosting town hall meetings on Saturday, March 11 in Maple Valley, Issaquah and North Bend. Those residing in the 5th District...

Freshman lawmaker Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, has successfully navigated four bills off the floor of the state House since the legislative session began on Jan. 9, 2017. House Bills 1285,1378, 1515...

Oath requirements for interpreters simplified Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, passed his first piece of legislation off the floor of the House of Representatives today. HB 1285 would simplify the oath requirements...

Rep. Paul Graves, R-Fall City, announces his first bill as a legislator this week. HB 1076, if passed, will call upon the state board of health to adopt new rules permitting...