Stop the Death of Dignity and Vote No on HB 1141
By Cindy Alia 3/12/21
Your legislators are adjourned until Monday morning, thank you for your calls and emails to your represntatives and senators, you are causing changes to bad bills, and keeping bad bills at bay! Bills of Concern for the coming week are listed here. The legislative cutoff date for bills from the house of origin has passed on last Tuesday, March 9. This helps to narrow our focus on bills we have objected to in the house of origin but still must fight to prevent passage in the opposite house. Bills that have passed the house will now go to the senate and you need to call your senator! Bills that have passed the senate will now be in the control of the house, and you need to call your representatives!
February 26 2021 By Cindy Alia
Today we are in the midst of the legislative session with 38 days left for bills to become law. There have been 2 cutoff dates met and we are nearing the point where bills heard in the house of origin must pass a floor vote in order to be heard in the opposite house. There is still time to fight bad bills that may have passed the house of origin but have not yet made the transition to the floor of the opposite house.
Warning. Washington customer's electric, natural gas in jeopardy! We the People Must Act to prevent California and Texas style disasters in Washington State!
On the Importance of Leaving the Constitution Alone and Rejecting the Common Use of Legislation to Amend the Constitution.
Call and email your legislator, and call the legislative hotline 800 562 6000 and tell them you oppose HJR 4205
There are many bad bills this session, but HJR 4205 is potentially the most damaging to our life, liberty, and property!
HB 1152 and its companion bill SB 5173 seek to take your county level health departments ( Local Health Jurisdictions ) and create in their place regionalized "comprehensive public health districts"! The problem with comprehensive health districts are that they are regionalized, and not specifically accountable to the county governments of just one county. This makes your county health district less accountable to you as a citizen of a specific county.
It is past time to create a state electoral system to vote for governor!
Elections in Washington State have become one-sided because population distribution has long since silenced the voices of those living outside the boundaries of our major cities.
This diminishment of the voices and votes of rural and suburban voters has caused important issues, lifestyles, and livlihoods to suffer because of ignorance or mis-understanding of the voting majority about what problems are faced by those who are not their neighbors, but perform many of the activities they unwittingly dismiss but depend upon.
HB 1068 is moving through the legislative process and has been sent to the House Rules Committee. This does not mean the fight to stop the bill from passage is over, you can still make your opinion known to legislators.
Recent legislative sessions have shown a trend of state legislators believing they must become co-managers of rental properties through passing legislation that directs how rental property owners and tenants must interact under specific conditions. This year especially so as a result of COVID related eviction moratoria.
This listing of legislation belabors the point, read the proposed bills and comment to legislators.