How Do We Get Universal Healthcare? Through “Marijuana for All”

Member Health, Law, Local Politics

In February, Rob Wyden, Sen. (D), and Earl Blumenauer, Rep. (D), introduced H.R. 420, “Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Act” and S. 420, “Marijuana Revenue and Regulation Act,” potentially legalizing marijuana at a federal level. Weed is already fully legal in Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon, Vermont, and Washington, and it’s also medically legal in dozens of other …

The Truth Shall Set You Free

Member Freedom of Religion, Local Politics, Seattle

“During eight years of relentless attacks, Freeman still managed to bring cohesion to wanting elements of society who needed a place to flourish. Against this backdrop came ‘The Monastery’s ‘come as you are and join us as we are’ message of enlightenment, which provided a ready stage for this city’s alternative community to come into its own.”

George Freeman

Seattle: If You Build It, They Will Come

Member Career, Local Politics, Seattle, Vision 2020

This is a great initiative, which many of the city’s well-wishers have lauded, including George Freeman during his run for city council. However, a little competition never hurts. And a need exists for greater commitment to making Seattle’s skyline compatible with the rest of the modern world. This will allow Seattle to compete with other cities on the national scale, like New York and San Francisco.

Seattle Homeless Stats

Seattle’s Homeless: Lest We Forget

Member Career, Discrimination, Freedom of Religion, Local Politics, Seattle, The Monastery

High levels of homelessness has been an historical problem for Seattle. In 2017, the homeless population of Seattle rose 44% in two years. These figures are reminiscent of a dark time for Seattle’s, where the homeless problem peaked in the 1970s and 1980s. A shift toward such high numbers are a fundamental interest to society, and a contemporary concern. In …