Rep. Jeremie Dufault's News & Media


Two of State Rep. Jeremie Dufault's bills are on their way to the governor after unanimous passage Thursday in the Senate. House Bill 1534 would allow the Astria Toppenish Hospital to...

April 12, 2019

Rep. Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, and Rep. Jeremie Dufault, R-Selah, are inviting 15th District citizens to join them Tuesday, April 2, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. for a telephone town hall....

March 22, 2019

Rep. Jeremie Dufault, R-Selah, joins KIT to discuss a bill that would remove taxes and fees from Purple Heart license plates, gun legislation that is being considered, the budget and proposed...

March 19, 2019

A measure making its way through the Legislature would remove license fees and excise taxes for Purple Heart license recipients, Rep. Jeremie Dufault said today. Dufault, R-Selah, is a co-sponsor of...

March 19, 2019

A measure sponsored by Rep. Jeremie Dufault that would allow the Astria Toppenish Hospital to operate their newly-opened psychiatric care facility without a financial loss gained unanimous approval today in the...

March 2, 2019

For the first time, members of the Washington State House of Representatives have formed a Veterans and Military Families Caucus.

Feb. 20, 2019

A bill that would prevent cities from charging a property owner or tenant for utility services provided to a former resident passed the House Civil Rights and Judiciary Committee on Friday....

Feb. 19, 2019

State Rep. Jeremie Dufault, R-Selah, is sponsoring a bill that would allow a Toppenish hospital to open a 10-bed psychiatric care facility later this year. Last year, the state authorized the...

Feb. 15, 2019

The House of Representatives recently adopted a resolution by 15th District State Rep. Jeremie Dufault honoring the late Melvin Stottlemyre Sr. “for his outstanding achievements and contributions to the world of...

Feb. 14, 2019

Rep. Jeremie Dufault, R-Selah, joins KIT to discuss mental health, homeless veteran's, the proposed ban on studded tires, and gun legislation before the legislature.

Feb. 5, 2019