Senator Patty Murray will be holding a virtual Seattle Parents Town Hall on Wednesday at 5pm PT

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

U.S. Senator Patty Murray of Washington state will be holding a virtual Seattle Parents Town Hall this Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 5:00pm PT.

It will be broadcast live on Facebook, and you can tune in at this link. She’ll be joining with MomsRising, a mom-run grassroots organization working toward a more family friendly country.

I’ll give you a straight forward update on my work in the other Washington about everything that’s top of mind for parents right now: the cost and availability of child care, what’s being done to keep our kids in school safely, and other important priorities like the expanded Child Tax Credit.
And most importantly, I’ll be taking your questions on the issues that matter most to you and your family. I’ll be taking questions in advance and I'll also be taking questions live on Facebook. 

You can submit your questions in advance HERE.

As a mother and a grandmother, this is one of the toughest times to be a parent I can remember— child care is costly and tough to come by, the uncertainty of schooling during a pandemic can make you want to pull your hair out (not to mention how hard it's been on our kids), and so many families are struggling to just find their footing. 

I want you to know I am really focused on concrete steps I can take in Congress that will make life better and easier for you and your families.

I hope you’ll be able to join me for Wednesday’s town hall to hear more about that work, like my proposal to make child care affordable and available for every working family and to make free preschool available to every parent who wants it.

P.S. even if you can’t attend this week’s town hall, you can always write to my office or reach out to us for help, on everything from Social Security to Medicare, any time.


chapmaned24 January 25, 2022 at 8:52 AM  

When I was a little boy in the late 60's early 70's, neighborhoods were safe, parks were safe, going to the mall without parents were safe. I could care less about child care and other frivolous tax expenditures. The freedom I desire is for our children to be children again, without the dangers of a drug fueled population that doesn't care that parks were made for children to play, not for vagrants to homestead, not for a place of littering used needles, or to defecate at, calling it compassion for the homeless. Put those people in jail for breaking the law, where the judge decides the strict appropriate social remedy to avoid vagrants. Clean up our cities, when Seattle was the Emerald City. Clean, and Beautiful once again.

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