Members of the Legislative Youth Advisory Council from across the state gathered at the state Capitol over the weekend for their fall planning meeting. LYAC is temporarily under the auspices of the Office of Lt. Governor. It was established in 2005 to advise the Legislature on issues important to youth.
Lt. Governor Owen signs letters of appointment to the Legislative Youth Advisory Council with Willa Jeffers of Olympia, the current LYAC chair.
Lt. Governor Owen and a delegation of 17 including three legislators and leaders from Washington business, education and health care visited Cuba on a mission focused on health care between Sept. 4 and Sept. 9. In this photo the delegation is standing with Cuban officials after a meeting in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building in Havana.
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. Gov. Brad Owen has appointed nine Washington youth to the Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC). The council of 14 to 18-year-olds was established in 2005 to give the Legislature advice on critical
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