Delegation from Taiwan visits
Mayor Chiu Chien-fu of Changhua City, Taiwan brought a delegation of thirteen members to meet with Lt. Governor Owen and tour the state Capitol on July 1. Accompanying the officials was Director General Andy Chin from the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Seattle. (Washington Legislature photo)
Lt. Governor Owen joined Governor Ha Jin Song of the Jeollabuk-do province in South Korea at a reception on May 25 at the residence of the Korean Consul General in Woodway. Gov. Song participated in several activities in Olympia to mark the 20th anniversary of the sister state relationship between Jeollabuk-do and Washington.
Lt. Governor Owen received a big round of applause on Friday from more than 700 attendees at the Pediatric Interim Care Center annual luncheon at ShoWare Center in Kent on May 20. Owen was recognized by PICC for his work in helping the center with funding and awareness since its founding about 25 years ago.
Delores Chiechi, board member for the Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling, presents Lt. Governor Owen with the ECPG Advocacy All Star award at the Western Regional Conference on Problem Gambling Awareness on April 28 in Portland. Owen gave welcoming remarks.
Delegation from Cambodia visits state officials
Lt. Gov. Brad Owen and Senators Don Benton and Doug Ericksen visit with Cambodian Ambassador Chum Bun Rong, Lieutenant General Hun Manet, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Ouch Borith and accompanying delegation in the State Reception room on April 12 (Washington Legislature photo).
The complete book of procedural rulings of Lt. Governor Owen, compiled through the 19 legislative sessions he has served as President of the Senate, is now available for download. The 191-page volume
A tribute video to Lt. Governor Owen was shown to the 770 people attending the Pediatric Interim Care Center’s annual luncheon at the ShoWare Center in Kent on May 20. “We could not have done
The lines between social gaming, Internet-based video games and gambling are becoming blurry, making the job of policy making and regulating the gaming industry even more challenging, Lt. Governor Owen told attendees