It is disturbing that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is being singled out for speaking up as part of its democratic right in a free election.
Members of the Church in California and millions of others from every faith, ethnicity and political affiliation who voted for Proposition 8 exercised the most sacrosanct and individual rights in the United States — that of free expression and voting.
While those who disagree with our position on Proposition 8 have the right to make their feelings known, it is wrong to target the Church and its sacred places of worship for being part of the democratic process.
Once again, we call on those involved in the debate over same-sex marriage to act in a spirit of mutual respect and civility towards each other. No one on either side of the question should be vilified, harassed or subject to erroneous information.
jp_larocque has created a Spokane County trip planner integrating walking and busing. He posted it in spokanism.
This is beautiful--and, oddly, it feels human. My second to last instruction was a stress-relieving:
10:57am Wait for a minute; you have spare time 3min
What a joy to know that by following this schedule, I will arrive with a few minutes to spare, even counting walking time from bus exit to my destination.
Student Government...Open Government
An educational forum—Public invited
How Washington’s Open Government Laws affect
Student Governments at our public colleges and universities
Speakers: Timothy D. Ford, Assistant Attorney General and Open Government Ombudsman for the State of Washington.
Donna McKereghan, Member of Washington Legislative Ethics Board and Author of Spokane’s Ethics Ordinance.
Steven J. Dixson, Media attorney with Witherspoon, Kelley, Davenport & Toole PS and volunteer attorney for the Student Press Law Center
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Building 14, Lecture Hall Room 116
Spokane Falls Community College
3410 Fort George Wright Drive
For more information, contact: Joe Reilly, Lecture Programmer
SFCC Associated Student Government, 509-533-4193 email@example.com