Town hall meeting set for Saturday in Nooksack

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On the Senate floor.

Town hall meeting set for Saturday, March 16

Public meeting to be held at Nooksack Middle School

On Saturday, I will be joining with Rep. Luanne Van Werven, R-Lynden, for a town hall meeting at Nooksack Valley Middle School.

At this town hall meeting, we’ll be talking about issues being considered by the state Legislature in its current session. Attendees are encouraged to ask questions. The meeting is open to the public.

Here are the details:

Nooksack Valley Middle School

School gymnasium

1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

404 W. Columbia St.

Nooksack, WA 98276

We hope to see you Saturday!


Podcast: The urban agenda in this year’s legislative session

In this podcast, I talk about some of the top issues before this year’s Legislature – agriculture, energy and immigration – as the Legislature’s urban majority attempts to impose Seattle values on the state. To hear this podcast, click here.

What’s going on with illegal immigration?

The Washington Legislature this year is eroding distinctions between those who are in the country legally and those who choose to violate the law. Washington already issues drivers’ licenses to illegal aliens, restricts state agencies from cooperating with federal agents attempting to enforce the law, and has relaxed penalties for non-citizen voter registration. But this year we are seeing a number of proposals that would extend rights and benefits for illegal aliens, and make this state a ‘sanctuary’ for those who ignore federal law.

We need an immigration system that works for America and does not encourage illegal aliens to come to the state. You can read more about this year’s proposals here.

Recommended reading

Columbia Basin Herald: Former Rep. Chandler: Inslee threat to prosperity

James Conca in Tri-City Herald: Nuclear power always ready for extreme weather

Jami Lund in Spokesman-Review: Schools don’t need another property tax hike

Tri-City Herald (editorial): Washington alone can’t fix climate changes; national approach is needed

Tim Eyman in Tri-City Herald: State tax grab ‘insane’

KPQ radio: State Senate passes bill requiring notification of schools in case of threats

Dori Monson on KIRO radio: Legislature punishing your lifestyle in name of clean energy


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