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CAPR Pandemic, Property Rights, and Freedom Webinar Series, Part 3

If you missed this Webinar, Representative Jesse Young will provided frank discussion on the topics of the day!

You can view the webinar here: https://zoom.us/rec/play/uJwpfuihrjk3T9yd4QSDVPAvW9XpLf-s1CZL-KJcn0qzV3IEN1auNbIQZOEf1Jg473eUgfBCWQ9yVrwv?continueMode=true&_x_zm_rtaid=Gwz7GmIQRlq1PK6Q7q47Pw.1590855351221.b471f1a3acc1013f19e80eb016c550e0&_x_zm_rhtaid=559

 

 

 

 

Pandemic, Property Rights and Freedom Webinar Series Part II

Thank you for joining CAPR on Zoom for the second in this informative series!
If you missed the webinar, you can view it at this link:
https://zoom.us/rec/share/_NIyD6DJxGRLXIng9m35VfYlO475X6a82yVI-_IJy0zhLxWb7YDcYyDI8oqeIT-6

Duane Davidson was elected as Washington’s 23rd State Treasurer in 2016. Prior to that, Duane was elected to four terms as Benton County Treasurer, serving from 2003 – 2014.  He is an actively licensed certified public accountant (CPA).

 

CAPR Pandemic, Property Rights, and Freedom Webinar Series Part 1

 

CAPR, Glen Morgan, and Cindy Alia thank Representative Jim Walsh for providing informative and  interesting conversation on our CAPR Pandemic, Property Rights, and Freedom Webinar Series in the first of the series on May 14th!  Discussion centered around the coming budget crisis caused by the State shut down, and conservative and best practices to remedy the extreme shortfall the state will face.  Representative Walsh also providing insight into the emergency process, what to do to change the imbalance of authority in future, and how the resultant over-reach is providing opportunity for innovative approaches to reel in our present circumstance of living under a monocracy. 

Proclamation Watch

Proclamation Watch By Cindy Alia, April 15, 2020

Update

June 11th, 2020. This will be the last update to this article.  The point originally to write, research, and post this blog was to help inform and track what the governor was doing under the guise of an "emergency" proclamation, evaluate if his actions were within or above and outside of the law. 

10 Years of Economic Threat is Abated

We all can recall the startling injustice the Sackett family endured, fighting to build on a development lot and being denied due to the presence of "wetlands".

https://pacificlegal.org/case/sackett-v-environmental-protection-agency/

From the Pacific Legal Foundation: Washington, D.C.; March 30, 2020: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has formally withdrawn an administrative compliance order it issued in 2007 against Michael and Chantell Sackett, removing the threat of crushing fines that the couple has lived under for more than a decade.

https://pacificlegal.org/press-release/epa-withdraws-compliance-order-against-sacketts/

 

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