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The first time I placed my hand on the Bible and took the oath of office as a member of the state House of Representatives was in 1995. The atmosphere was charged with the spirit of reform.
President Donald Trump has actually done some good things in office.
Things have changed a lot when it comes to wrestling in our state. Unfortunately, those changes don’t appear to be for the better.
When a country fails to defend it’s borders, it ceases to become a sovereign nation.
In 2017, you should never be subjected to the use of the word, “gnarly,” unless you’re describing your latest faux Chippendale woodworking project.
Major new regulations affecting most of Washington’s dairy farms were announced by the state Department of Ecology in January.
Residents in the Zillah School District are deciding on a $14.9 million bond issue for the Feb. 14 ballot.
Being an elected official in the Legislature means spending much of your time dealing with the law of unintended consequences. That is, dealing with outcomes unforeseen or intended by a purposeful action.
Congressman Dan Newhouse has an interesting dilemma on his hands in the wake of President Donald Trump’s executive order on illegal immigration and stepped up deportations.
We presently have an almost uninformed, or misinformed America. This includes our government leaders, news people, educators and the rest of us.
Planned Parenthood is behind the lawsuit of the young man who exposed them for selling baby parts.
Throughout his campaign and during his first days in the White House, President Donald Trump has insisted most of the media is dishonest.
The law states all students should attend school for 180 days a year.
Washington State University shares the deep concerns expressed nationwide about the executive order that restricts the ability of individuals from certain countries from being able to enter or return to the United States.