As many parents have learned over the course of the last two years, the government schools in Washington state are less concerned with educating our students and preparing them for success after high school as they are indoctrinating them with leftist ideology, including gender diversity, critical race theory and comprehensive sex ed (CSE).
Month: February 2022
This week, the Senate Ways & Means Committee held public hearings on HB-1590 and HB-1664 that were both on our CALLS TO ACTION list. These bills are both about funding public education.
Washington state democrats share Beto’s sentiment, and they are coming for your guns. Below are action items for 2 different anti-2A bills currently active in our state legislature.
Is being non partisan possible? What about being independent when it comes to politics and government? What is non-partisan, anyway? What does an independent stand for? What do the non-partisans stand for?
HB-1876: Concerning public investment impact disclosures for certain ballot measures that repeal, levy, or modify any tax or fee and have a fiscal impact statement that shows that adoption of the measure would cause a net change in state revenue. *Please note: MUST...
Last week the Senate passed SB-5883 and this week on Wednesday, February 16th, the House Children, Youth and Families Committee will have a public hearing on SB-5883 (originally scheduled for Friday, 2/18 in a different committee....hmmm). This bill is a direct...
On Saturday, the Washington State House of Representatives convened for floor debates. Representative Joel McEntire from the 19th legislative district posted on Facebook that the Republicans, who always open in prayer, had been told that they may not use the name of Jesus when they pray.
Take a few minutes today to click through the “TAKE ACTION NOW” buttons in this post to make your voice heard on a few important bills that have hearings this week
We cannot allow the Democrats to continue to infringe upon our 2nd Amendment rights. Please take a quick moment to note your CON position on this bill.
. Thursday, February 10th, the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) will meet to continue this conversation. We encourage you to attend the meeting via Zoom (it’s a long meeting – grab a device you can run it on and go about your day while keeping an ear on things) and send an email to the board with your thoughts and concerns.