Month: April 2023

Candidates throw their hats in to lead 3rd Congressional District

In 2024, Washington’s 3rd Congressional District will either reelect Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, or vote her out of office after one term. It’s looking like the race will be a […]

County council debates attending extra meetings

Should county councilors attend meetings outside of their assigned districts? What about boards they’re not assigned to? The Clark County Council spent more than 20 minutes debating those questions during […]

Washington congressional delegation weighs in on Supreme Court abortion ruling

On Friday, the Supreme Court ruled to restore federal approval of mifepristone, an abortion pill that more than 5 million women have used to terminate their pregnancies. The Food and Drug […]

Bill to boost Vancouver businesses signed by Inslee

A bill aimed at supporting local businesses in Vancouver was signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday. The bill was passed unanimously by both the Senate and House. Senate […]

2024 3rd Congressional District campaigns warming up

Though Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, has only been in Congress for a few months, the 2024 United States election is nearly a year and a half away, and for […]

Cleveland health care bills passed by House, head to governor

With just over two weeks now remaining in the 2023 session, lawmakers are scrambling to get their bills passed before the April 23 cutoff. State Sen. Annette Cleveland, D-Vancouver, from […]

Bridge toll opposers critique Perez

Drivers crossing the Interstate bridge between Portland and Vancouver will be required to pay tolls in the next few years to help fund the multi-billion dollar bridge replacement — but […]

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