Missed this one.
On the subject of Seattle agenda and Seattle taxes, the Constitution of the State of Washington specifically bans income taxes, including those levied by municipalities.
They're going for it anyway.
They're mandating that landlords give tenants voter registration cards. No mention if ensuring that the tenants are eligible to vote.
Plus, RUMINT has it that the progressive super-rich are putting together a ballot initiative of "common sense gun laws" which will include a requirement to register all "assault weapons" including "high capacity" magazines, with a surtax on each item registered.
FROM: GOAL WA firstname.lastname@example.org (Joe Waldron)
TO: Undisclosed recipients
SENT: Fri 7/21/2017 2:04 PM
SUBJECT: GOAL Post2017-Special-Final?
Legislative Update from Olympia21 July 2017
· THIRD SPECIAL SESSION ENDS
· NO ACTION ON GUNS
· GRIDLOCK PREVAILS
· SPECIAL ELECTION UNDERWAY
· GOAL ENDORSEMENTS FOR SENATE
There was no action taken on gun issues throughout the three special sessions.
The third special session of the legislature came to a close last night without passing a capital construction budget. The governor says he will not call them back into session until they have resolution on a capital (state construction) budget.
What is at dispute is control of water in rural areas. A year-old state Supreme Court decision that allows counties to block well water drilling on private property, thus limiting development. Easy access to water is crucial for rural development. But the Seattle gang that controls Olympia wants rural to stay rural, so they can drive out on the weekend and see the pretty greenery.
Primary ballots have already been mailed for a handful of special elections to be held this fall. Control of the state Senate is at stake, and with it control of your wallets. If Democrats take just one (of
three) Republican senate seats up for grabs, Governor Inslee will have total Democrat control of the legislature next January, and this year’s failed tax proposals (state income tax, capital gains tax, etc.) will sail through next January.
Our focus in this special election is on the critical state senate seats, which will; determine who prevails in Olympia next legislative session. GOAL has endorsed the following candidates:
7th Legislative District Senator Shelly Short (R)
31st Legislative District Senator Phil Fortunato (R)
45th Legislative District Jinyoung Englund (R)
The 45th is probably the most competitive race and places both gun owners and taxpayers at greatest risk. If ever there was a time to get involved in politics, it is now. Make a donation (the cost of a box of bullets… or more; some of your time to volunteer – campaigns survive on volunteer support). Or you can sit back and kick taxes in to support whatever cockamamie programs Seattleites come up with next year to buy votes.
Hopefully this is the final GOAL Post for the year – for legislative matters, anyway.
BILL STATUS/GOAL POSITION: Nothing to report.
PUBLIC HEARINGS SCHEDULED: None
You may reach your Representatives and Senator by calling the Legislative Hotline at 1-800-562-6000.Toll free!!!The hearing impaired may obtain TDD access at 1-800-635-9993.Also toll free!!!
OTHER DATA: Copies of pending legislation (bills), legislative schedules and other information are available on the legislature's web site at "www.leg.wa.gov".Bills are available in Acrobat (.pdf) format. You may download a free version of Adobe Acrobat Reader from Adobe's web site (http://www.adobe.com).You may also obtain hard copy bills, initiatives, etc., in the mail from the Legislative Bill Room FREE OF CHARGE by calling 1-360-786-7573.Copies of bills may also be ordered toll free by calling the Legislative Hotline at (800) 562-6000.You may also hear floor and committee hearing action live at http://www.tvw.org/ (you need "RealAudio" to do this, available free at the TVW web site). Each bill’s web page contains a link to any public hearing at the bottom of the page.
By reading the House and Senate "bill reports" (hbr, sbr) for each bill, you can see how individual committee members voted. By reading the "roll call" for each bill, you can see how the entire House or Senate voted on any bill. The beauty of the web site is that ALL this information is available, on line, to any citizen.
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Upcoming WAC gun show(s):
· Puyallup 12-13 August
· Monroe 23-24 September
"The right of the individual citizen to bear arms in defense of himself, or the state, shall not be impaired, but nothing in this section shall be construed as authorizing individuals or corporations to organize, maintain or employ an armed body of men."
Article 1, Section 24
Constitution of the State of Washington
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