Rep. Mike Volz's News & Media


Sixth Legislative District Reps. Jeff Holy, R-Cheney, and Mike Volz, R-Spokane, issued the following statement regarding today’s tragic shooting at Freeman High School. “We are heartbroken by the tragedy that unfolded...

Rep. Mike Volz, R-Spokane, discusses the two 2017-19 budget proposals and the prospects for an April 23 session adjournment. Additionally, Volz shares his thoughts on his first legislative session as a...

On Friday, March 31, House Democrats passed their 2015-17 spending plan on a party-line vote of 50-48. Despite seeing record revenues, House Democrats are calling for a 34 percent increase in...

In this legislative update, Rep. Mike Volz, R-Spokane, discusses one of the major legislative deadlines of 2017 – house of origin cutoff. He also explains his bill to help local governments...

A bill to help counties maintain open spaces, streams, habitats, and other lands received unanimous approval from the Washington State House of Representatives Friday. The legislation was sponsored by Rep. Mike Volz,...

Rep. Mike Volz, a newly-elected freshman Republican legislator from Spokane, talks with Mike Howe on the Michael Howe Show about why he voted against a measure that extends the property tax...

  The Washington State House of Representatives adopted rules for the 2017 legislative session today. House Republicans offered an amendment to the rules that would have been the cornerstone of their...

Rep. Volz discusses the upcoming “levy cliff” and his priorities for his first session as representative of Washington’s 6th Legislative District.

Rep. Mike Volz, R-Spokane, spoke today on the House floor against a bill that would extend the upcoming “levy cliff,” which refers to budget shortfalls school districts say they will face if current...

Lawmakers in Olympia voted Monday to cancel a cut in local property taxes that had been planned to take effect next January. Proponents argue the one-year extension is needed to allow...