Kay Kohler inherited her Snohomish County family farm property, which had been in her family since the 1930s. Snohomish County wanted to take much of her property to build a retaining pond and expand a road. Kay Kohler accepted the money they offered for her land, never expecting that, in the end,...Read more here
In an op-ed published by The Seattle Times, David Roland, Director of the Stiles Center for Liberty at the Freedom Foundation, explains what it will take to reverse the Washington Supreme Court's ruling to grant the governor's office executive privilege.
Half of all Washington school board positions are on the ballot this year. Why is this such good news for voters? With your vote, you can directly impact one of the most critical endeavors in our communities: our children's education. See the five questions you need to ask the candidates....Read more here
In a recent article, the President of the SEIU criticizes the Freedom Foundation for opposing Prop 1 in SeaTac and, in the process, confirms what we have been saying all along: Prop 1 is poor public policy.
On this year's ballots, citizens will be able to give feedback on five taxes the legislature approved in this past legislative session. Because tax advisory votes are not always well-known, we’ve provided answers to likely questions voters will have.
Seattle’s City Council voted unanimously Monday to use eminent domain to take private property. They say they must seize the private property, which is currently being used as a parking lot, in order to turn it into … a parking lot. The desire of the Central Planners for control is...Read more here