The 17th District legislator seeks public input; pre-registration is required
Rep. Vicki Kraft is inviting 17th District citizens to join her Thursday (Feb. 24) for a virtual “Zoom” town hall meeting to discuss issues and answer questions about the 2022 legislative session.
“I’m interested in hearing from people across the district as we get into the final weeks of the 60-day session, which ends March 10. Citizen input is very important as we take final votes on issues that affect the 17th District and the entire state of Washington,” said Kraft (Republican, 17th District). “I’m also looking forward to discussing issues of school choice, election integrity, freedom from vaccination mandates, tax relief, increasing public safety, and efforts to reform the governor’s emergency powers.”
Kraft will provide an update of the legislative session before taking questions from participants. Citizens are invited to join her for the online webinar from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday (Feb. 24). Pre-registration is required by going to: https://tinyurl.com/17thDistrictTownHall.
Information provided by Washington State House Republicans, houserepublicans.wa.gov
Hi Vicki: just want your support on “NO MANDATES” for school children being required to get Covid VAX—there isn’t enough data on adverse effects for children. There is data that young males have got Myocarditis HEART DAMAGE. THAT alone should stop this experiment on children– they aren’t LAB RATS. THE BOARD OF HEALTH MEETS 2 -24 – 22. They need to know THERE NEEDS TO BE MORE DATA REGARDING THE covid VA XX FOR children.
NO MANDATES FOR CHILDREN BEING VA XX.
CORRECTION BOARD OF HEALTH MEETING IS 2-25-22 THANKS