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April 29, 2005

Alaska Tells U.N. to Bug Off - Resolution opposes United Nations 'Beringia' designation - LMNS

Judge hears salmon-recovery case - Who pays for harm from dams at issue - Seattle P-I

Pierce County reveals uncounted votes - 50 ballots add to the muddle in election challenge - Seattle P-I

Forest Service Accused of Chicanery - Lodge owner sues Forest Service - LMNS

April 27, 2005

Big ESA Decision ---- Ninth Circuit Requires Proof Of Harm - Ninth Circuit Says Environmental Activists Must Prove Harm To Species, Not Just Allege It, To Invoke Endangered Species Act

$1 million will spur cutting-edge research on Elwha River as two dams are removed - PDN

Door-to-door visits in some Dungeness Valley areas on septic systems this week - PDN

April 24, 2005

Valley man arrested after confrontation with county - problem started over a little 'moved dirt' -Snoqualmie Valley Record

Too many hours and money spent on tax preparation; it's time for tax reform - TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.

House passes gas tax hike in a revote -King 5 News

April 23, 2005

Gas tax fails in state House -King 5 News

Legislature OKs 'sin' and estate taxes - House, Senate negotiators agree on $26 billion budget - Seattle P-I

Planners make blueprint for green space -Seattle P-I

Weyerhaeuser to be picketed - Canadian Natives want more say over Queen Charlotte Islands timber -The News Tribune

State Senate OKs higher gas tax - 9.5-cent hike plus vehicle weight fees approved to help pay for $8.6 billion plan -News Tribune

April 18, 2005

April 14, 2005

Agenda 21: Communitarian Communities - Our New Government Housing by Nancy Levant for Advance Bulletin

April 12, 2005

Democrat budget flawed, unsustainable, says Buck

House Highlights from Olympia, WA - Legislative Update

Florida With Rain - More funny business in the Washington governor's race. Will there be a new election this year? -Wall Street Journal

Estate tax would be unfair to family-owned businesses- Opinion in The News Tribune

April 10, 2005

MORRISON: Water - The Essence of Life - Joyce Morrison for The Illinois Leader

Commentary: 'ESA has a zero percent rate of success' by Richard Pombo for CFBF

State Supreme Court Strikes Down Grandparent Visitation Law - KIRO TV

April 8, 2005

Bob Tuck among 4 removed from fish and wildlife panel - Yakima Herald-Republic

Yakima Valley district cuts off irrigation water due to drought -Seattle Times

Senate holds off from vote on gas tax to work on similar plan - The Olympian

State gas prices hit all-time high - As summer nears, 'it's probably going to keep increasing' - Seattle P-I

House budget divides parties - The Olympian

“Invasive Species” Quiz #2 - The next Endangered Species Act?

April 7, 2005

Peninsula tourism industry takes wait and see attitude toward 2008 passport requirement - PDN

“Emergency” amendment would overturn Supreme Court decision and create campaign finance loophole for business and labor -EFF

April 6, 2005

Feds will require passports on border crossing - PNN

GOP calls for federal investigation into county election practices - King 5 News  

April 4, 2005

Agenda 21: What is a Soviet? by Michael Shaw for Advance Bulletin

April 3, 2005

AWB Is Very Disappointed the House Passed Legislation Rolling Back of Unemployment Insurance Reforms from 2003 - Don Brunell, AWB

Cascade County Committee kicks off effort in North Bend to form new county - Snoqualmie Valley Record

April 2, 2005

87 absentee ballots found unopened in King County -King 5 News

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April 1, 2005

Judge Confirms $600,000 Libel Award and Finds Fault with Environmentalists -Alliance for America

House committee races to get Senate election reform package out over GOP objections - Seattle P-I

Four counties admit voting mix-ups Signatures on scores of provisional ballots weren't matched up - Seattle P-I

Bill would require state to go green - The law would enforce environmental standards on all future public buildings - Kitsap Sun

Property rights advocate elected to Conservation District Board - Sequim Gazette

March 28, 2005

March 27, 2005

Farmers protest limits on wells - Stillaguamish River basin plan draws an outcry at public meeting - The Herald

Letter to the Editor: SERIOUS REFLECTIONS from Dorothy Albright

March 24, 2005

Nasty worm gives state computers indigestion -News Tribune

The people vs. "their" legislature by Jason Mercier, Evergreen Freedom Foundation

March 21, 2005

Killing People - The banning of DDT and radical environmentalists -Commentary by Walter Williams

As real estate taxes rise, the only solution is to cut government spending TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.   

March 19, 2005

MORRISON: Your Rights Are At Stake While Your Representatives Deliberate - Opinion by Joyce Morrison for Illinois Leader

Pro-choice versus pro-abortion: Is there a difference? - Opinion - Illinois Leader

March 18, 2005

Double Standard: Eco groups silent on federal fish kill - The Monitor

First group of felon voters challenged -King 5 News

Congress announces deal in Schiavo case -King 5 News

March 15, 2005

Anti-Sprawl Laws, Property Rights Collide in Oregon -Washington Post

Kyoto Credits System Aids the Rich, Some Say - Washington Post

War, baseball & national ID - Bill contains much 'pork' in the name of a 'defense' bill - Liberty Committee

March 14, 2005

My Home, My Heritage has No Selling Price - Jesse Hardy, special to the Naples News

Western Lawmaker Wants to Sell-Off Federal Lands -LMNS

'Acting as if' environmental laws exist when they don't - black boxes in cars could create havoc for owners - TRACKSIDE © by John D’Aloia Jr.

Heritage Areas Legislation Under Consideration -LMNS

Bringing the Lawyers to the Landowners - LMNS

March 13, 2005

Did 'Smart Growth' make Portland unaffordable? by Randal O'Toole

Stop the separation of Scouts and school! - Worldnet Daily

March 12, 2005

Heritage Areas Senate Hearing Tuesday, March 15th from ALRA

Drought could force energy price hikes - King 5 News

March 10, 2005

Thousands of people gather at state capitol to rally for morality by Lois Krafsky-Perry, Citizen Review Online

Dungeness dikes and dredging - Sequim Gazette

Under Siege - As illegal immigrants surge across Southern Arizona, life for ranchers living near the border has become a living hell - Tucson Weekly

March 8, 2005

Opposing sides rally outside same-sex marriage hearings - The Olympian

March 7, 2005

Protesters plan a message for state's justices - The Olympian

March 6, 2005

Global Warming: 21st Century Eugenics - by Henry Lamb, NWV

Abuse Complaint Against Michael Schiavo Made Public - CNS

Washington Supreme Court to hear arguments on gay marriage - King 5 News

Codex Alimentaris ends U.S. Supplements in June 2005 - News with Views

Budget info per your request, Governor: Potential agencies and programs to eliminate -EFF

March 5, 2005

Transcript: Chat with new Attorney General Rob McKenna -The Olympian

March 3, 2005

MORRISON: Non-Profit or Big Business - The Nature Conservancy at work turning farms into wetlands in Illinois - by Joyce Morrison for the Illinois Leader

Popular farm in Washington state may be turned into wetland -King 5 News

Labor dispute disrupts train service - King 5 News


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