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Limited government would be very beneficial.
Excellent thought and also the fight against tyranny which seems to be enveloping the country quickly.
I do agree but the feds did and passed the law and State law does not supersede Federal laws. Or unless if that has been changed in the dark of night recently?
I have started reading some books written by Ian Rutherford Plimer, who is an Australian geologist. He is alwo a professor emeritus of earth sciences, professor of mining geology and director of miltiple mineral exploration and mining companies. He has published 130 scientific papers, 6 books and edited the Encyclopedia of Geology. Appearing to be a very good read for Global warming or Climate change advocates and put your mind at rest.
Very good letter and the only result from wind toweres are higher energy bills for all!
It is rather ironic how these gun control advocates rejoice but use select context from a report without actually comprehending what they've just read.
I hate to say this but as long as that railroad right of way is right next to the street those goatheads will be around a long time. Those rail cars carry a lot of stuff that just blows into the distance. Thats why I head for Myra and have a nice ride.
If the state of Washington had not gone out of bounds and authorized a vote on an illegal policy against federal laws we wouldn't be having this discussion. Same as the marijuana law.
Your letter Ms Schiller seems to have a lot more "me" than "we" in it and I drive Rose a lot and the amount of bicycle traffic is minimal compared to vehicle traffic. I applaud the Council for paying attention to the majority of the Rose Street business's and participants.
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