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    Deposit fee on beverage containers is needed

    I am with you R.W. Hanson about beverage containers needing a deposit fee. I have seen so much litter along the roadways and parks. Washington used to be a beautiful state. Now I see nothing but trash. I have seen too many people throw their trash on the ground. So go ahead and put a fee on beverage...

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    Police cam sheds light on bad Seattle arrest

    The Seattle Police Department can ill afford any more bad publicity. The elderly black gentleman, William Wingate, a 70-year-old retired Metro driver, who was using his golf club as an assistive device (defined as a cane or walker used to assist ambulation) was doing nothing wrong. He claimed he...

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    Taxed enough already on gas for transportation

    Gas tax to fix JBLM: Instead of hiking the gas tax, why don’t you tap the general fund? That’s where all the gas tax money goes to fix the roads and then you want to tax us again. You’re as bad as the telephone solicitors. Don’t you think we’re taxed enough?

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    Liberalism is a sickness cultivated by Democrats

    Boy, you have to love those Democrats. The labor unions are whining because the military was razing a building and taking food from their members’ mouths. Yet, they vote in the likes of Murray, Cantwell and Heck to represent them. Every one of those politicians support unfettered immigration...

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    Decision closing Shelton pool must be reversed

    What is the life of a child worth? According to the Shelton School Board in a 4-1 vote in favor of closing the Shelton High School pool, a child’s life is worth zero!

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    Lacey signs rule won’t help small businesses

    I am responding to the decision by the Lacey City Council to allow more advertising signboards. I think this is based solely on tax revenues for Lacey and nothing more. The last thing any city or community needs is for corporations littering our roadways. How are small businesses going to compete?

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    Give us black history for Black History Month

    This is Black History Month and every year I watch the history channels anxiously waiting to see history of African Americans. All year on the history channel I’m constantly viewing D-Day, Nazis, KKK, and Hitler reruns and the one month I expect something different I’m disappointed...

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    New Yorker had details about the Koch brothers

    It was really good to see two letters (Jim Keogh, Feb. 9, and Delwin D. Fandich, Feb. 10) and the “Boo”in Our View about the Koch brothers. I was alerted to the actions of the Kochs back in 2010, thanks to an article by Jane Mayer in The New Yorker. A few quotes reveal what we are ...

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    Car tab fees provided good source of revenue

    As I recall, the state had sufficient income to keep our infrastructure in good repair when we paid our car tabs according to the “blue book” value of the automobile we owned. That was until we were duped by the crazy Mr. Bill who said we could save our hard earned money. We saved ...

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    Take it from the police: early learning pays off

    I recently had the opportunity to join Gov. Inslee at Fort Stevens Elementary in Yelm to visit the school’s youngest students and discuss the importance of early learning with the governor and school and community members. There are many good reasons to invest in early learning for children...

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