Month: November 2021

Washington senator emphasizes advocating for Indigenous rights

On Nov. 26, or Native American Heritage Day, Washington Sen. Patty Murray emphasized the importance of continuing to advocate for the state’s tribal communities past the commemorative holiday. The holiday follows […]

State considers payment program for car fees

For car buyers, state and county sales taxes often add thousands of dollars to the price tag for a new or used vehicle. Along with registration, title and tag fees, […]

“The Lars Larson Show” debate contains predictable responses on policy from candidates

Lars Larson hosted a debate on his conservative talk show between two candidates running for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District. Joe Kent, R-Yacolt, and Brent Hennrich, D-Vancouver, discussed their visions for Southwest […]

JHB opposes foreign contributions in state and local elections after FEC news

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, introduced bipartisan legislation Wednesday to prohibit foreign contributions in elections. The bill would amend the Federal Election Campaign Act to ban contributions from foreign nationals […]

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