Rep. Luanne Van Werven's News & Media


Forty-second District Reps. Vincent Buys and Luanne Van Werven issued the following joint statement today after Gov. Jay Inslee vetoed a section of the transportation budget that would have provided funding...

A measure prime-sponsored by Rep. Luanne Van Werven that will provide community and technical college (CTC) students with the costs of required textbooks and course materials before they sign up for class was signed...

Rep. Van Werven provides an end-of-session update on budget negotiations, McCleary education funding, the Hirst decision and she gives an overview of some important projects for Whatcom County.

Home-schooled student Nick Mutchler traveled to Olympia last week to serve as a page in the state House of Representatives. He was sponsored by his 42nd District Rep. Luanne Van Werven....

Jenna Walters and Isabella Almlie, students at Lynden Christian High School, spent their April spring break week serving as pages in the Washington State House of Representatives. They were sponsored by their 42nd District Rep. Luanne Van Werven....

Forty-second District Reps. Vincent Buys and Luanne Van Werven, both R-Lynden, will host a telephone town hall meeting for constituents on Tuesday, April 4 from 6-7 p.m. The lawmakers will take questions...

Rep. Luanne Van Werven discusses the implications of the state Supreme Court’s “Hirst decision.” The court ruled Whatcom County’s comprehensive plan failed to adequately protect water resources as directed under the...

Rep. Van Werven discusses communicating with your legislator and civility in politics.

On Wednesday, the state House of Representatives passed a measure that would provide community and technical college students the costs of required textbooks and course materials before they sign up for class. House Bill 1375 would...

Rep. Luanne Van Werven talks about how to be an effective legislator and her efforts o make the Pioneer Village project ADA accessible.