Month: February 2018

Anti-fascist group creates parody Joey Gibson candidate site

In case you missed it, Joey Gibson is running for U.S. Senate. Yes, I do mean the same Joey Gibson who founded the conservative group Patriot Prayer and is often […]

No, the NRA hasn’t given $95,000 to Jaime Herrera Beutler (directly anyway)

There’s a rumor going around that Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has received a total of $95,000 in contributions from the National Rifle Association. The figure appears to be first […]

Rep. Herrera Beutler: Cities shouldn’t count on marijuana revenue

The future of marijuana is filled with uncertainty. Since U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rolled back Obama-era policies, municipalities with legalized marijuana are on edge. Sessions could bring back a more heavy-handed […]

Gillespie gets a significant endorsement

Kathy Gillespie just a got a significant endorsement in her bid to replace outgoing state Rep. Liz Pike, R- Camas. The Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO announced that it will back […]

Vancouver teacher asks Herrera Beutler 51 times to change gun laws

When news broke that 17 were killed Wednesday at Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Paul Hamann picked up the phone and called Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, as he’s done […]

Oregon still wants to replace the I-5 bridge, but not for a while

It looks like Oregon hasn’t completely forgotten about replacing the Interstate 5 bridge after all, but isn’t in a rush to do anything about it. As first reported by Willamette Week, […]

Cantwell to Senate Committee: respect local marijuana rules

Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., joined the bipartisan likes of Senators Rand Paul, R-Ky. and Cory Gardner, R-Colo., and fellow Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon to urge the Senate Committee […]

Why Eileen Quiring doesn’t want me interviewing her on CVTV

If you’re a fan of CVTV (basically the C-SPAN of Clark County) there’s a good chance you’ve seen glimpses of me at county council meetings slouching in my chair and […]

Western Values calls out Herrera Beutler once again

Western Values Project Action is at it again. In December, the Whitefish, Mont.-based group spent $1 million to push ads calling on Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, to protect […]

Silliman won’t run for county council after all

For months, rumors have been circulating that Peter Silliman, a former county policy analyst, was planning to challenge Julie Olson for her seat on the Clark County Council. But Silliman […]

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