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‘What I do as an elected official needs to take a back seat to my role as a father and husband,’ says Parker Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, announced today he will not...

Lawmakers returned to Olympia this week, approved supplemental operating and capital budgets, took the historic action of overriding all 27 of Gov. Inslee's vetoes, and then adjourned the special session. John...

Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, talks about why the supplemental operating budget is good for the state. This is Rep. Parker's floor speech in its entirety.

Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, talked with KOMO radio news about his legislation that would help kids anonymously report potential violence at schools. Find more audio content on our Web site. #...

Cade Percival-Delford, a student at Mt. Spokane High School, traveled to Olympia Jan. 21 and served as a page in the state House of Representatives. He was sponsored by his 6th district Rep. Kevin...

Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, has introduced legislation that would give kids who are aware of danger to report it anonymously, before it happens.

Legislation passed the House Education Committee today that would create a program for students and members of the community to anonymously report concerns about unsafe or violent activities, or the threat...

House committee passes Parker bill creating charitable pharmacy for low-income cancer patients

Rep. Kevin Parker, R-Spokane, talked with Rick Rydell at KXLY.  Parker, who can be at turns intense and focused as well as congenial and witty, earned a tinny rim shot from Rydell after...

AUDIO REPORT: As lawmakers in Olympia wait for a budget agreement, the House of Representatives took time Thursday to honor the life and contributions of the late Washington State University President...