Wyman calls Trump’s vote fraud claim ‘ludicrous,’ refers him to website
Washington’s secretary of state said Monday her office referred President Donald Trump’s commission investigating alleged 2016 election voter fraud to a publicly available link of voter data, but it reiterated no private information will be shared with the panel.
Washington becomes 5th state with paid family and medical leave law » Publications » Washington Policy Center
Dr. Roger Stark: Whatever happened to the promise of “affordable” health care? | Tri-City Herald
The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, became law in 2010. The ACA imposed a number of mandates affecting individuals, employers, and health insurance companies. For example, under Obamacare individuals and families must buy approved health insurance or pay a penalty.
Lawmaker raises bill to defund The Evergreen State College | The Spokesman-Review
Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, is fed up with what is going on at The Evergreen State College in Olympia and recently introduced a bill to pull state funding from the school.
Evergreen mob shows even minor dissent will get you ostracized
by: Rob McKenna
It’s tempting to dismiss some of the more outlandish movements that take hold on college campuses. Most, after all, have no staying power and soon peter out. They deserve our attention all the same. Ideas can outlast the moment, take root, and gain acceptance over time.
Why rural Washington is fed-up with Olympia and Seattle » Publications » Washington Policy Center
Urban enviro-imperialism is a phrase I learned last Tuesday, May 16th from Myron Ebell at our Washington Policy Center Solutions Summit. Though the term is new to me, its meaning has been a constant companion of mine growing up in rural America.