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Americans suffer from a federal government that has shut down much of our fossil fuel industry. Elite climate hypocrites travel the world in private jets pushing their hysteria for more money while … more
Clark County residents shouldn’t pay for Oregon’s transportation projects. Yet, that is exactly what Oregon is demanding. They want expensive tolls to drive on Oregon freeways and new … more
The no-new-taxes operating budget proposal introduced in the Senate this session is a welcome turnaround. To be clear, there is no more need for new taxes this year than there was in either 2019 … more
The Reflector recently covered the closure of Grace Lodge, a women’s recovery home in Battle Ground, that is due to close on April 30. I am a small business owner, and an active community … more
I would like to respond to Carley Meuchel’s letter to the editor in the Feb. 22 edition of The Reflector. In that letter, Meuchel stated the COVID pandemic was all about control and taking … more
After trying for more than a dozen years to impose a carbon tax in our state, legislative Democrats succeeded in 2021. That’s the now-infamous session which also gave our state a new income … more
Washington’s housing affordability crisis hurts every corner of the state. We’ve all heard stories. Nurses and grocery store employees can’t afford to live where they work. Young … more
For senior Cambrie Opdahl, it was “Family Matters.” For freshman Titan Kala, it was “A Christmas Carol.” For Stephan “Cash” Henry, the director of Battle … more
There are two back-to-back letters on Feb. 22 that created such a “miasma of misinformation,” specifically about COVID vaccines, that I felt the need to respond. I will limit myself and … more
Under the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution we have “the right to bear arms.” This means we, as Americans, don’t have to explain why we use or own guns. Some people find … more
The Third Congressional District is fortunate to have Marie Gluesenkamp Perez as our representative in Washington, D.C. Living in rural Skamania County, Rep. Gluesenkamp Perez understands full well … more
Students in our K-12 public schools are clearly struggling with the “three Rs” — reading, (w)riting and (a)rithmetic. Only 32.6% of the fourth graders and eighth graders tested … more
One year from now, in February 2024, we will mark the 50th anniversary of federal Judge George Boldt’s ruling in United States vs. Washington, which affirmed tribes’ treaty-reserved … more
For many Washingtonians, the 2023 property tax statements that came in the mail this month produced the same “sticker shock” they’ve felt when buying things like groceries and fuel. … more
At the recent State of the Union address, President Joe Biden stated, “Today COVID no longer controls our lives” and “we opened our country back up.” Those statements are … more
Back when the pandemic first began, as Americans, we were willing to give everyone in D.C. the benefit of the doubt because the whole world didn’t know what we were dealing with yet. As … more
Six weeks into the 2023 legislative session, the state Senate reached the end of its first round of work.  The calendar we adopted on the session’s opening day set Feb. 17 as the … more
Republicans miss the mark by dismissing repeated police brutality against African Americans as evidence of a few bad apples. Only a wholesale transformation of policing in America will stem the tide … more
Voters have the right to pick whatever candidate they darn well please and for whatever reason. That being said, after watching developments in our local area, state and nation, an obvious … more
I was astounded to discover that the new congresswoman for district 3, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, voted against HR 23, the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act on her first day in the new … more
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