Democrats are proposing billions more in new and increased taxes, including a B&O tax. The Senate has passed HB 1110 which Republican minority leader, Senator Mark Schoesler has said will cause the price of gas to skyrocket and the funds
will not be used to benefit roads. General Fund revenue estimates are already 18.1 percent higher than the 2015-17 budget period. The legislature is due to adjourn April 28
th and Republicans are bracing for the final experience of having a democrat house, senate and governor who is running for president on a platform based on climate change.
Our CDRW is hosting an evening with our auditors!
SAVE THE DATE!!!
When: Wednesday, May 15
What time: 6:00 p.m.
Where: The Masonic Lodge, 811 N Chelan Ave, Wenatchee
We are opening this event up to the community and the press is being invited. Its time to let new people see who we are and get to know us! It will give CDRW increased visibility AND…………….its going to be fun! We are serving refreshment and a $5.00 pizza meal will also be available. Save the date and bring a friend. We need support from every member to make this an event to remember!
We will be asking our auditors about Washington State’s new primary date! How will that affect the way we select delegates during the next presidential race? There have been 5 other changes to our states voter laws. Do you know what they are? Come and get your questions answered in a relaxed atmosphere while munching on pizza.
CDRW members pass a Resolution to:
“PROTECT OUR VOTING RIGHTS RESOLUTION”
At our April 1 meeting, members passed a resolution stating that they oppose non U.S. citizens voting in local, state and federal elections. It had unanimous support. It has been forwarded to our State organization (WFRW) to be voted on at their May meeting and from there we are asking that it be sent on to our national organization (NFRW) requesting that they also adopt. it.
This resolution came from our legislative committee in response to a major shift by democrats away from supporting federal law that specifically allows only U.S. Citizens to vote in national elections. San Francisco is now allowing noncitizens to vote in local school board elections. In March, during discussion of a federal bill (H.R.1), democrats voted to defend illegal immigrant voting in our elections. One democrat senator stated “We are prepared to open up the political process and let all of the people come in”. To read the entire resolution, go to our CDRW web page. cdrwclub.org/Legislation.