Hour 3: Democratic Rep. Noel Frame on the revenue forecast and Dems continuing to push for more taxes
The Dori Monson Show
2PM - The Big Lead // GUEST: Democratic Rep. Noel Frame on the revenue forecast and Dems continuing to push for more taxes // Seattle Times going "off the deep end" // Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer recap // Awesome Audio of the WeekSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fixing Washington's Regressive Tax System with Rep. Noel Frame (LD 36)
The Washington State Indivisible Podcast
Today's pod is all about how progressive taxation can fix the most upside-down tax structure in America. Washington State’s tax system is broken, and Rep. Noel Frame has devoted much of her time in the state legislature to fixing it. In her capacity as the newly appointed chair of the House Finance Committee, she joins us to talk about the history of our tax system, and about a number of legislative cures, including a brand new wealth tax, aimed at making our state’s 100 billionaires pay their fair share.Show notes:HB 1406 Wealth Tax: https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=1406&Initiative=false&Year=2021HB 1406 text: http://lawfilesext.leg.wa.gov/biennium/2021-22/Pdf/Bills/House%20Bills/1406.pdf?q=20210127165225HB 1297 Working Family Tax Credit: https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=1297&Initiative=false&Year=2021HB 1336 Broadband bill https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=1336&Year=2021&Initiative=falseRep. Frame’s Tax Structure Working Group: taxworkgroup.orgWatch all live testimony here: http://tvw.orgIf you’d like to participate in the hearing on Tuesday, February 2nd at 1:30pm: • Go to: https://app.leg.wa.gov/CSIRemote/House• Choose “Finance” as the committee• Choose Feb. 2 1:30pm as the meeting slot• Select which bill to support (Rep. Frame recommends selecting both the wealth tax, HB 1406, AND the Working Families Tax Credit, HB 1297)• Choose one of the following: - I would like to submit written testimony (deadline: 24 hours after start of hearing) - I would like to testify live during the hearing (deadline: 1 hour prior to start of hearing) - I would like my position noted for the legislative record (deadline: 1 hour prior to start of hearing) If you’d like to testify, please coordinate with Emily Parzybok with Balance Our Tax Code at firstname.lastname@example.org. Per Rep. Frame: “Live testimony is time limited and we need to ensure advocates are coordinated. Once they coordinate and decide they’ll indeed testify, they can sign up at that link up to 1 hour prior to the hearing.”
She calls herself a "tax policy nerd," but Washington State Representative Noel Frame can be summed up in another word: effective. In this podcast, Representative Frame talks about how growing up facing poverty affected her views on politics, the challenges of being a candidate, and why you should run for office too. She also highlights how to be an effective legislator by using the tax code to implement better policies. Listen and share and perhaps you'll be inspired to run for office and make a difference too. Follow Representative Noel Frame on Twitter @NoelFrame
#66: Representative Noel Frame (LD 36 pos. 1) on Reelection and 2018's Legislative Session
The Washington State Indivisible Podcast
Washington State Representative Noel Frame joins us to talk about the launch of her reelection campaign, and to give us a solid overview of what got accomplished in this year’s 60 day legislative session.http://www.noelframe.com
Episode #18 of Unfiltered Radio with special guest, 36th Legislative District Representative, Noel Frame. Our hosts, Mike Dalesandro and Jeff Angelo sit down with Rep. Frame to talk about her connections with Clark County, Chairing the 2016 Democratic State Convention, and her legislative plans for the future. On the second part of the show we'll have special election night coverage and talk with some of the winners as well as those who work behind the scenes.
Washington Representative Noel Frame from the 36th Legislative District may be new to the State Legislature, but she has years of political experience as a political organizer and activist. She is the Vice Chair of the House Finance Committee, so we get in the weeds on tax reform. We also talk through the McCleary decision and her role as a progressive leader in the Democratic Party.
Rep. Noel Frame: Making college a little more humane, a little less expensive
Capitol Ideas: The Washington State House Democratic Caucus Podcast
Today we look at a pair of bills sponsored by Rep. Noel Frame (D-Seattle). One would shortcut the currently cumbersome route college students with disabilities have to take when transferring between schools. The other looks at a high-tech alternative to college textbooks that can cost hundreds of dollars for a single course. Rep. Frame is joined by Washington Student Association members Anna Nepomuceno (UW-Tacoma) and Maresa Miranda (WSU-Vancouver).
Ep. 8 - Election Coverage W. Nicole Willis (Seattle Director Of Tribal Relations) & Rep. Noel Frame
Breakdances With Wolves
With America getting Trumped and Hillary getting washed, Gyasi and Wes welcome Seattle Director of Tribal Relations Nicole Willis and Rep. Noel Frame of Washington's 36th District to the show to talk about the outcome, the mechanics of elections and the implications for all of us over the next four years.