As promised, every Monday of the session we’re sending you our “Top 5” bills that have hearings or some kind of action happening in the legislature this week. There are certainly a lot more than 5, but we’ll try to pick the ones we feel are most important so you can direct your efforts to those. You can go to our Legislative Action Center at any time to see our full list of bills and calls to action if you want to dig in even deeper.
Crime is rampant. Drug use is raging. I can’t take my kids to the grocery store without watching someone get high in the parking lot. Homelessness is prevalent. The Next Door app is flooded with reports of neighborhood theft. And this weekend, over the course of 3 days, 3 people were shot and all 3 of those people are dead.
I’ve never been involved in politics or government and to be honest, most of my life I felt like these issues were really boring and was content to leave them to others to deal with. Well that turned out to be a completely irresponsible and costly idea. Maybe you feel the same: as you’ve been living your life, raising your family, running your business, leaving the lawmaking stuff to “others” now you see how disastrous that has turned out for Washington and America.
The role of the church and godly people in government is critical to the success and survival of our nation. Meeting Registration – Zoom Join CLW’s church liaison, Mary Salamon,…
Walsh filed HB-1807, to protect “civic education and academic discourse” in Kindergarten through 8th grade classrooms. (There is already existing law for civics education in high school). This bill is getting a hearing in the House Committee on Education on January 25th at 8AM.
TAKE ACTION If you’re a parent or a grandparent or someone who has been around students over the past 2 years, you would probably agree that “asynchronous” learning (remote learning,…
People have become consumed by fear and our government, community leaders and even corporations and government schools have used this to their advantage.
Here in the Washington State Republican party we don’t dare call people out in our own party for under or non-performance. Doing so is not acting in “unity.”
This week in the nation the Mama Bear Movement shook the political world. Many of their opponents are calling the Mama Bears racists for coming out against CRT and perverted sex education policies that are harming their children.
Anyone who believes that “just going along” with these mandates will make get us closer to getting back to normal or putting an “end” to Covid-19 is sadly mistaken. Normal is not returning…especially as the masses comply so they can continue with their comfortable lives.