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It’s time to put people before dollars.
Fortunately for all, the people have once again made the right decision.
It is the most comprehensive plan for supporting veterans and military families that I have heard in a very long time.
Making it better for our youth to participate in this great sport is very valuable and doesn’t require a large commitment on the community’s part.
Federal Way still remains a desert for LGBTQ+ support services.
As a lead attorney, Taylor is uniquely qualified to see all sides when it comes to the city’s police and courts.
Linda has enriched the city of Federal Way with accomplishments and dedication to community that nobody could equal.
Is there any amount of tax revenue that makes up for that? Vote no on Prop 1.
Having a cannabis dispensary here in my city would make it so much easier for me to access my medication.
Cannabis is regulated by the Liquor and Cannabis Board, and is helping many people with chronic diseases.
We are losing our republic through our own fault.
The educators proudly serving our community endorse Luckisha Phillips, Jennifer Jones for FWPS school board.
Tenya Magruder knows these numbers and others that show our schools are in crisis mode.
The lie that residents are not actively, indeed intimately, involved in supporting Prop 1 is just another con job by the con committee.
Jamila chose to serve on the city Human Services Commission and make a difference within the community where she chose to live: our community.
It’s disheartening to see someone so big on rhetoric so lacking on engagement with real solutions.
It’s a spooky whodunit tale about everyone’s favorite detective, Sherlock Holmes.
Linda Kochmar has worked with multi-million dollar developers and budgets and has achieved cost savings for the taxpayers over the years.
Old ideas have given us pointless action and shoulda-seen-that-coming reactions. We need new approaches.
Sending the message that “Weed is OK” for our kids is just a slippery slope fallacy.