Rep. Matt Manweller's News & Media


On Wednesday, the House Education Committee passed legislation that would use a mobile app for students to anonymously report concerns about unsafe or violent activities at school. Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg,...

Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, celebrates the legislation restoring well water access and providing relief from the Hirst court ruling, talks about capital budget projects coming to the 13th District and discusses...

Last Thursday night, the Washington State Legislature reached an agreement and passed legislation to address the state Supreme Court Hirst decision that impacted water law and property rights across the state. With the...

Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, visits with KIT hosts Lance Tormey and Dave Ettl to discuss recent activity in the Legislature and Democrat-led efforts to introduce a carbon tax and gun control...

Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, details a school safety bill he is reintroducing this year, reacts to Gov. Jay Inslee’s State of the State Address and discusses his proposal to prevent catastrophic...

Mark Van Epps and Macenna Perez traveled to Olympia to serve as pages in the state House of Representatives the first week of session, Jan. 8-12. They were sponsored by their 13th District Rep. Matt Manweller....

Rep. Matt Manweller has introduced new legislation designed to prevent school shootings or violence by setting up an anonymous reporting system to school administrators. House Bill 2442 creates the students protecting students program...

Rep. Matt Manweller has been elected chair of the Select Committee on Pension Policy (SCPP). Manweller, who has been a member of the SCPP since 2013, chaired his first meeting on Tuesday. “As a member of...

Rep. Matt Manweller has received the “Legislator of the Year” award from the Washington Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) for his strong leadership the past two legislative sessions to bring vocational...

With support from Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, the House passes a $6 billion K-12 education funding package to satisfy McCleary and offer state-wide property tax reforms.