FW: RE: Licensed Firearms Dealers Are Essential Businesses

RE: Licensed Firearms Dealers Are Essential Businesses Dear Governor Inslee: We, the undersigned, ask you to promptly amend your March 23, 2020 Executive Order so that licensed firearms dealers are designated as essential businesses. There are three primary reasons for you to take this step immediately. First, your order threatens the continued operations of county sheriffs’ departments as well as many other local law-enforcement departments … Continue reading FW: RE: Licensed Firearms Dealers Are Essential Businesses

Federal COVID-19 guidance

Please see the below guidance and resources from a variety of federal departments and agencies:   Federal Guidance (as of 3.20, 6pm ET): WH – President Donald J. Trump Is Taking Necessary Safety Measures at the Border to Prevent Further Spread of the Coronavirus (Click here) WH – President Trump Announces More Actions to Confront Global Pandemic (Click here) CDC – Caring for someone at … Continue reading Federal COVID-19 guidance

2020 Republican Caucuses in Klickitat County

The Klickitat County Republican Party will be holding their Republican Caucus on Saturday, February 29, 2020 at 10:00AM in White Salmon, Lyle, and Goldendale.   Caucus events will begin at 10:00AM, and it is suggested that attendees arrive at 9:00AM to ensure a smooth and accurate caucus.   To preregister for the caucuses and find your specific caucus location, please visit  the following website: Thank … Continue reading 2020 Republican Caucuses in Klickitat County

FWD: An Update from Rep. J.T. Wilcox: More taxes on employers, costs for consumers

From the Washington House Republicans Dear Friend: It’s day 26 of the 60-day session. As we head toward the midway point, the two signature pieces of legislation passed by House Democrats this year would increase the cost of living for Washingtonians and raise the cost of doing business for many employers. Both measures were opposed by House Republicans. I discuss these issues in my weekly … Continue reading FWD: An Update from Rep. J.T. Wilcox: More taxes on employers, costs for consumers