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Seeking Justice by Electing Justices Who Respect the Constitution and the Rule of Law

Many persons seek the protection of their property rights and relief from over-reaching or misapplied regulatory actions and want to have that relief from our Judicial system.  But what if the highest court in our State has strayed from the rule of law and constitutional decision making and into the arena of problem solving with decisions best left to another branch of government, the legislature? 

Putting Pot in Its Place

At 7:00 pm on the evening of August 24th well over 80 concerned citizens attended a meeting at the Wabash Church meeting room in Auburn, rural King County.  They came to meet and discuss their grievances with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (WSLCB). The list of objections from rural property owners are the core questions regarding property values, and neighborhood safety.

A Look at Trespass

An open letter to Washington Citizens, Washington Legislators, and those who are candidates. It is time to strengthen the protection of private property rights by preventing excessive rule-making and creating law to protect property owners from trespass.

Exciting New Opportunities!

CAPR is very active this spring and summer season. Good direction from our executive director, Glen Morgan along with a doubling down of effort, and dedication of our CAPR chapters is turning the tide back on the dubious over-reach of our agencies through our county and city governments. Please see the stories below for how this work has helped people and communities where we live! We promise you this...more to come! Join us in our efforts to achieve the best kind of justice, that which is derived from a free people who believe in the rule of law!

King County Dumps the “Turd Tax” after Overwhelming Rejection by Angry Citizens!

After experiencing standing room only crowds at every previous hearing on this subject, King County wisely changed venues to the Snoqualmie Valley Alliance Church just outside Fall City.  Despite being one of the largest venues in the area, overflow crowds packed the church with at least 500 people in the main room, a packed balcony, a filled hallway, and people crowding into every place they could fit.  Speakers were turned on in the lobby so that those unable to enter the main room could still listen.

Be There or Be Taxed! Come to Fall City to Speak Out on Septic System "Fees"

Make sure you attend this last meeting so King County officials can hear what you think about being blamed for pollution with your septic system.  We all know septic systems are far superior to the municipal combined sewer storm water overflows that so often pollute the Puget Sound.


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