14th District State Representative Gina Mosbrucker is one Washington State lawmaker who seems to have found a way to sidestep a lot of the partisan fighting that goes on in Olympia.  She is a  Republican who understands the stakes and the reasons why fights over taxes, regulations and freedom must occur and ultimately be won but at the same time she always a number of bills with which both side can agree.

Money for Covid relief is the top objective. Saving businesses money is also a priority.  She is working on legislation that calls for inspectors to offer education instead of penalty or fines for first time businesses found in violation of the state's Covid guidelines.

In addition to getting businesses opened up, Mosbrucker is working to get kids back in school and Mosbrucker has a bill that addresses some of the mental health issues that kids face in the no-school world of the pandemic.

She is also looking to finish work on a bill that would help raise awareness of the terrible problem of domestic violence.  She wants information and important phone numbers posted in work places around the the state.  The Representative says in many instances, the work place is the only safe place for many victims of domestic violence.

Mosbrucker appeared on the KIT Morning News to talk about all the projects that have her hands on attention including a position o the public safety committee as the the ranking member which is a new committee for her.