Federal regulations aimed at improving food safety and protecting public health could affect Kitsap’s small farmers who sell produce from their farms and at area farmers markets.
Property Rights Issues
As it turns out we could have one of the richest mineral deposits ever discovered in Washington State, right in our backyard here in Southwest Washington. Mount Margaret is located in the Saint Helens Mining District of Skamania County, about 22 miles southwest of Randle. The Mount Margaret deposit holds the potential for tremendous economic opportunity for Southwest Washington and our nation.
The process of exploring and developing a mineral deposit in an environmentally respectful manner demands a careful and deliberate process. The mining firm of Ascot Resources, Ltd is conducting tests to know if and how to move forward with a mine plan. The Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service has been working closely with Ascot. There has been no imprint on the environment with this careful testing.
SEAVIEW, WA Americans for Prosperity-Washington issued the following statement in response to the Public Disclosure Commissions unanimous decision to dismiss two baseless complaints against Americans for Prosperity-Washington:
Americans for Prosperity-Washington always contended that these were baseless, frivolous complaints, and we thank the PDC for rightly dismissing them. The dismissal should have come last month based on staff recommendations, but special interests tried to politicize the process and chill speech. Americans for Prosperitys 1.9 million activists will not be silenced. Going forward, Americans for Prosperity will continue exercising its rights under the First Amendment while at the same time being compliant under the law, said AFP-Washington State Director Nansen Malin.
Due to continued emergency weather and power outages- we have canceled the Tuesday, Jan 24th 6pm Simulcast Town Hall event.
Details for a future event will be announced shortly.
Last week, Washington State junior U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell joined in the Obama administrations curious war on American jobs. The newest target in Cantwells sights is a large proposed project in a sparsely populated corner of Southwest Alaska called the Pebble Mine, an undertaking to unearth rare natural resources that could provide thousands of well-paid jobs and millions in tax revenue to an area that is currently impoverished.