July 24, 2015
Last week in a 6-3 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court accepted the federal government’s argument in the case of King v. Burwell, and in the process effectively rewrote legislative text.
There’s a Martian working for Yakima County, and what he does is really useful.
The lawyering and the judging is over, and the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that subsidies and mandates that the Obamacare law limited to “an exchange established by the state” also apply to Healthcare-dot-gov.
I am writing in response to the article printed in the Daily Sun News on Friday, June 26, titled “Granger’s top cop gets his firearms returned.”
Mrs. Doc watched the dancers swirl around the cleared hardwood floor of the Legion hall, and smiled to see her husband, Doc, waltzing with Ardis Fisher.
I am writing this letter to protest the closing of two Bank of America branches located in the Yakima Valley, state of Washington.
A look back in time from the files of the Sunnyside Daily Sun News and Sunnyside Sun
We were at the coast last week and I returned to work a couple of days ago to find an e-mail from acting state auditor Jan Jutte.
In the annals of political flip flops - or “evolutions,” if you prefer - none have arguably rivaled the breathtaking triple back flip executed last Monday by the governor of South Carolina.
The role of any public figure, whether politician, government employee or the face of the local media, is important because all of these roles require the trust of the public.
There is much misinformation being distributed by state employees and the education unions regarding the Senate budget. The following information is based on the second Senate budget that was passed out of the Ways and Means Committee recently…
“You’re awfully quiet this morning, Steve,” Dud said to his buddy, the cowboy with the haystack mustache.
I grew up across the street from a horse pasture.
Poor Jeb. He’s Donald Trump’s first Republican victim, but he won’t be his last.