The session yielded less than expected for the “Year of Housing 2.0.” Our March 26 event will conduct an autopsy.

The Washington State legislative session came to an end on March 7. What’s changing? What’s staying the same? Join our expert panel as we consider what happened this session from an urbanist lens.

Our panel features The Urbanist‘s contributing editor Ryan Packer and our elections committee Vice Chair Jazmine Smith, and it will be moderated by Crystal Fincher, who is a political consultant, host of the Hacks and Wonks podcast, and a board member at The Urbanist.

Crystal Fincher (left) will moderate a panel on the state legislature featuring reporter Ryan Packer (middle) and Jazmine Smith (right), who is political manager at the Washington Bus and co-chair of The Urbanist Elections Committee. (Courtesy headshots)

Join our virtual session Tuesday, March 26 at 5pm. Sign up for the Zoom link and to reserve your spot or join here.

The panel will speak for an hour and then leave time for a Q&A at the end, so bring your questions. Can’t make it? We’ll share the video on this page (see above) after the event.

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Jesse Swingle

Jesse Swingle is a board member at The Urbanist. By day, he is a marketing leader at a cannabis fintech and has worked extensively with nonprofits. He is past board member for FIUTS, focused on promoting international understanding and community, and at Seattle Opera. A long-time reader of The Urbanist, he grew up on the Olympic Peninsula and attended the University of British Columbia and Seattle University.