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My ears hurt listing to Lorna. Interviews start about  54 min mark With Lorna Smith first and Barbra Baker at 1:19


https://leg.wa.gov/Senate/Committees/AWNP/Pages/default.aspx?eventID=2023031421
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Re: Commissioners Smith and Baker Nat resource conformation hearings
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2023, 03:48:47 PM »
I got a reply after asking legistlator not to confirm the current commission appointees.

 Hi Keith,

 

Thanks for your message.  I am well aware there is a problem.  Thatís why I introduced SB 5675 this session.

 

Unfortunately, the bill was not given a hearing, so it will not advance this year.  I will try again next year and I will certainly keep my eye out for all appointments or reappointments to the F&W Commission to ensure they comply with the requirements of the law, and if they donít, I will not vote to confirm them.

 

Yours in service,

 

LYNDASIGNATURE

Senator Lynda Wilson

17th Legislative District

 
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Re: Commissioners Smith and Baker Nat resource conformation hearings
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2023, 03:59:43 PM »
I got a reply after asking legistlator not to confirm the current commission appointees.

 Hi Keith,

 

Thanks for your message.  I am well aware there is a problem.  Thatís why I introduced SB 5675 this session.

 

Unfortunately, the bill was not given a hearing, so it will not advance this year.  I will try again next year and I will certainly keep my eye out for all appointments or reappointments to the F&W Commission to ensure they comply with the requirements of the law, and if they donít, I will not vote to confirm them.

 

Yours in service,

 

LYNDASIGNATURE

Senator Lynda Wilson

17th Legislative District

 

That's awesome, wish more were that way.

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Re: Commissioners Smith and Baker Nat resource conformation hearings
« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2023, 04:58:42 PM »
Re: SB 5675
Senators L. Wilson, Boehnke, Dozier, King, MacEwen, Schoesler,
Short, and Wagoner are signed onto this bill, they should all be encouraged to push it next year!!

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Re: Commissioners Smith and Baker Nat resource conformation hearings
« Reply #4 on: March 24, 2023, 07:20:37 PM »
Re: SB 5675
Senators L. Wilson, Boehnke, Dozier, King, MacEwen, Schoesler,
Short, and Wagoner are signed onto this bill, they should all be encouraged to push it next year!!

This bill is well meaning but is NOT a good bill. It is actually a poison pill that would create a buffer between the governor, and the Nat resources committee. Both of which are run by anti hunters. It is foolish to think that these same 2 parties would vote for  something that diminished their power. Im actually kind of surprised this didnt move farther forward, but Im glad it didnt.
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