Whether as an elected official, community leader, or neighbor, I remain committed to a sustainable local economy and opportunities for families, seniors, and youth.Together we can build a safe, family-friendly and inclusive community. Read Jesse’s Story
In the wake of 2020's protests against police violence, Washington state passed a series of new police reform laws. They restrict how and when police can use force, and expand the penalties they can face for misconduct.Read More
Last session was a watershed moment for the police reform movement in Washington State. Two key pieces of legislation passed: HB 1310 created new use of force regulations and standards, and HB 1054 limited certain police tactics.Read More
Gov. Jay Inslee signed 12 bills into law that include bans on chokeholds and no-knock warrants, making Washington the latest state to pass sweeping police reforms.Read More
Since being sworn-in less than six weeks ago, Rep. Jesse Johnson, D-Federal Way, has prioritized legislation to address issues that are impacted by homelessness, the foster care system, addressing youth violence and early intervention, and expanding dental care for babies and children.
Johnson was appointed to the Housing, Community Development Veterans Committee as well as the vice chair of the Consumer Protection Business Committee.Read More
Newly appointed Rep. Jesse Johnson (D-Federal Way) has a lot on his plate for a first-year legislator, but he’s ready to take on the tough issues facing the 30th District and the rest of Washington state.
Today we meet, twenty-eight year-old Jesse Johnson, the youngest, and the only African American male member of the Federal Way City Council.Read More