It’s easy to understand people’s concerns over the transgender bathroom issue. All of us want to keep our families and friends safe from predators. And there’s the problem — equating “transgender” with “predator,” or with “pedophile.”
As a resident of the state of Washington, I'd like to say to my friends and family that do not reside here, that I am not one of the residents of this beautiful state who, overwhelmingly, voted in the Republican Party primary for Ted Cruz, who stands no chance.
David McDevitt is a smart, hard-working guy who can get things done. McDevitt is a high-level computer programmer, which requires him to be someone who pays attention to detail. His first paying job was as a delivery route boy for a newspaper. He was a problem-solver from the beginning, which he showed when he got the people on his route to pre-pay three months in advance. Now most newspapers do that.
As executive director of International Climate Science Coalition, I find it is a mistake for Don and Alona Steinke, in a May 15 letter "Oppose coal terminal," to make a link between extreme weather and global warming.
It's amazing to me that because gas and oil was so cheap later in the year of 2015, seniors didn't get a cost-of-living raise. My rent went up $25, medical up $80, and gas 40 cents or more a gallon. What's wrong with this picture?
The petition signed to retract the recent pay hike for the Vancouver City Council and mayor is a plus for us trying to make a living while these clowns look for ways to spend it on those that don't pay a cent, make a mess of our town, and steal from the residents.
I think that the City of Camas is missing out on some important chances to bring more jobs and income into the area. You always hear that the city council wants more jobs, but when it comes down to putting jobs first, they ban the production, processing, and sale of marijuana. How can city officials be for jobs when they don't allow new businesses to set up?
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