The City of Lacey, just north of Olympia, once seemed like an outpost of sanity. Now the City Council follows the dictates of the Thurston County Commissioners. Banning plastic bags is the priority of the day. Citizens are not allowed to vote.
Voters deserve to hear both sides before casting a ballot. This is both common sense and state law, and it's why Freedom Foundation has sued Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall over her February 2014 Voters' Pamphlet.
Last Wednesday, the Washington State Senate held hearings on two eminent domain reform bills. The Freedom Foundation testified on the merits of both bills. Interestingly, one of the groups opposing eminent domain reform was SEIU.
Later today, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Spokane) will deliver the official response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Perhaps it’s an encore from her video message to Freedom Foundation members on the occasion of our 20th Anniversary. Rep. McMorris Rodgers was there...Read more here
Our good friend and former colleague David Boze, the morning drive host on KTTH 770 AM, recorded two radio spots advertising Freedom Foundation's mission. Listen to them below, share them with your friends, and visit BozeForFreedom.com.
In an op-ed for the Everett Herald, Max Nelsen examines Gov. Inslee’s call to increase the state minimum wage and explains that the move would only create additional burdens on Washington’s job creators.