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Daily Archives: December 16th, 2012

Rodney Tom to constituents: “I believe my credentials as a Democrat are rock solid”

Excerpt: Since announc­ing on Mon­day that he has decid­ed to join with Tim Shel­don in engi­neer­ing a new Repub­li­can major­i­ty in the Wash­ing­ton State Sen­ate, Med­i­na’s Rod­ney Tom has been field­ing phone calls and emails from unhap­py Demo­c­ra­t­ic con­stituents in the 48th Dis­trict who have told him in no uncer­tain terms that they regard his actions […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Economic Security, Legislative Advocacy, Open Government, Party Politics, Policy Topics
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A modest proposal

Excerpt: In the wake of the Sandy Hook Ele­men­tary school shoot­ings of Decem­ber 14th, many are call­ing for reform of gun con­trol laws, stronger gun con­trol laws, a re-intro­duc­tion of the assault weapons ban, and so forth. These are wor­thy con­ver­sa­tions that should be had. To them I would add anoth­er idea. On Sat­ur­day, author Mau­reen John­son tweet­ed: @maureenjohnson: […]
Written by:Jason Black
Categories:Civil Liberties, Policy Topics, Public Planning
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