The full roll-call vote is here. And the 17 members of the Democratic caucus who voted with republicans on
what with wells fargo, equifax, payday loans … a whole lot is still wrong with our financial systems …wall street should never be given the power it once had ever after the crash of 2008
go to dailykos.com and find out how this vote will impact people of colour … and not in a good way
Wall Street reform rollback bill makes it even easier for banks to discriminate on mortgages
Tonight’s actions regarding I-940 are incredibly meaningful examples of what happens when people choose to open their mind, to listen and to compromise. De-Escalate Washington overcame the odds and brought this initiative to the legislature, and I want to thank them for bringing a voice that many felt had gone unheard for too long.
During this legislative session, De-Escalate Washington, many in the law enforcement community, and a bipartisan group of legislators came together to make tremendous progress on an issue that has divided so many communities across our country.
I met with many from these groups earlier tonight and thanked them for coming together and working hard to finding true compromise. Tonight’s passage avoids politicization of an emotional issue, and I hope will bring meaningful change, progress and healing.
My belief is, and I heard from many tonight, that this should be the beginning of ongoing meaningful dialogue to keep this conversation moving forward toward a safer Washington for all.
Thank you again to Reps. Goodman, Hayes, Sens. Frockt, Pedersen and all those involved in tonight’s passage.