Ellensburg Rep. Matt Manweller has introduced a bill that could give as many as 500 more low-income college students the ability to qualify for Washington’s state need grant. John Sattgast reports.
Rep. Matt Manweller’s state need grant bill receives public hearing, reintroduces ‘Academic Bill of Rights’
Rep. Matt Manweller's bill that would increase State Need Grant opportunities by limiting how much money goes to more expensive, private institutions received a public hearing in the House Higher Education...
Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, and Rep. Tom Dent, R-Moses Lake, talk with Harold Hochstatter on KBSN Radio about several issues facing the Legislature, including education funding, the so-called "levy cliff," elk...
Manweller receives award for legislation to preserve historic cemeteries that serve communities and honor veterans
Manweller receives award for legislation to preserve historic cemeteries that serve communities and honor veterans - Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation's Cemetery Achievement Award
Governor signs Manweller legislation protecting electrician jobs A bill sponsored by Rep. Matt Manweller that will protect certain electricians from losing their jobs has been signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee.
A bill clarifying the application of the real estate excise tax exemption (REET) has been signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee. Rep. Matt Manweller, a co-sponsor of House Bill 2539, says...
Governor signs Rep. Manweller bill creating state historic cemetery capital grant program
Legislature passes supplemental capital budget, includes monies for class-size reduction and Ellensburg Train Depot
Rep. Manweller pleased supplemental capital budget passed by Legislature includes monies for class size reduction and Ellensburg Train Depot.
With a vote of 58-39, House lawmakers endorsed a bill that restores funding to charter schools in the state of Washington.