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Washington State Has Introduced Impeachment Resolution
Feb. 5, 2008: Take Action.
Jan. 30, 2008: Take Action.
Jan. 23, 2008: Take Action.
Jan. 21, 2008: Senate resolution wins committee vote.
Jan. 20, 2008: Take Action.
Jan. 17, 2008: Senate hearing.
January 2008: New Impeachment Resolution.
Links to Washington State News and Impeachment Resolutions:
December 27, 2007:
Washington State Democrats renew Bush impeachment effort.
*Wednesday, August 15th, 7:00 p.m.-- State Wide Impeachment Organization Meeting, The Bradford Center, 752 108th Avenue NE, Downtown Bellevue. Doors open 6 p.m. We will also be making freeway banners, organizing tabling and bannering; media and publicity; forming local action groups, and visits to offices of Congressional Representatives.
*Monday, August 20, 11:00 1:00p.m., join Washington For Impeachment, Veterans For Peace and Eastside FOR for bannering and leafletting at NE 8th and Bellevue Way. Bring your banners and signs. Get to know the lay of the land, and get ready for ........
*Monday, August 27th, 12:00 noon -- 4:00 p.m., PROTEST GEORGE BUSH.
Downtown Bellevue Hyatt. Corner of NE 8th and Bellevue Way. George Bush will be in town to attend a fundraiser for Rubber Stamp Riechert. The intersection of NE 8th and Bellevue Way is likely to be blocked. We can line the streets all along downtown Bellevue. Let's make it the mother of all Protest Bush events. Bring your outrage, signs, puppets, theatrics, noisemakers and friends. Declare yourself, wear Guantanamo Orange. Protesters will stage a die- in," document speeches on video, bang pots and pans, and let the world know we will not tolerate the war criminal in chief here in Washington State.
State Senator Eric Oemig, on February 14, 2007, introduced a resolution (PDF) calling on the Washington State Legislature to petition the U.S. House. Please thank him: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Senate Committee hearing has been scheduled for March 1st, 3:30 p.m., in hearing room 2 of the Cherberg Bldg. There will be a peaceful rally for impeachment and investigations on the Capitol steps at 1:00 p.m.
Please come to the rally and the hearing to support Senator Eric Oemig's resolution (SJM
8016). Please TAKE CHARGE and charter a bus to Olympia with your friends and classmates! Take the opportunity to visit with your representatives personally during the day.
THIS IS OUR CHANCE TO SCORE A SIGNIFICANT VICTORY FOR DEMOCRACY IN WASHINGTON STATE!
Please contact your WA State Senators to ask them to support SJM 8016. It is imperative that you continue to write to your Representatives to ask for a sponsor for a companion bill in the WA State House. Find contact information for Washington Legislators here: http://hdc.leg.wa.gov/rosters.asp
The following Senators have cosponsored: Harriet Spanel, Darlene Fairley, Jeanne Kohl-Welles, Margarita Prentice, Karen Fraser, Debbie Regala, Claudia Kauffman and Adam Kline.
If you live in Washington state, please contact your legislators right away and ask them to support the resolution, or thank them if they already are.
How a state legislature, along with one Congress Member, can compel the U.S. House to begin impeachment proceedings: Explanation.
Video: Washington State Senator Eric Oemig Feb. 10, 2007, on Why He Is Introducing Resolution to Petition the U.S. House for Impeachment
If you're from Washington, you can sign up to get involved by...
If you're from anywhere, you can sign up to stay informed, contact your U.S. representative and senators, and add your voice to a national call for impeachment by...
signing this petition for impeachment.
You can also get involved at:
Sponsored by Eastside Fellowship of Reconciliation, working with a coalition of peaceful patriots for impeachment.
Audio of WA State Senator Eric Oemig announcing introduction of impeachment resolution, February 14, 2007.
Report on forum in Olympia, WA, on Feb. 20, 2007, attended by 850.
And this from Dave Lindorff, who spoke at the forum.
2-26-07: Washington State State Senators resist anti-impeachment onslaught of Washington, D.C., Democratic "electeds," pledge to hold hearings Thursday on SJM 8016 calling for impeachment investigations of George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney; another route to bottom-up impeachment, from a grand jury, is suggested (Impeachment Channel #25)
AUDIO: 3-1-07: "It was a beautiful day for democracy," exclaims "Washington to Impeach" organizer Linda Boyd, as she reports on today's Washington State Senate Government Operations and Elections Committee hearing on SJM 8016, petitioning the U.S. Congress to begin an impeachment investigation (Impeachment Channel #27)