February 17th, 2021 the 18th LD Democrats adopted a resolution to "strongly urge the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, Clark County Council, Vancouver City Council, Vancouver Police, and all other law enforcement agencies within Clark County commit to Police Body Worn Cameras and create the necessary policies for their use without delay."
At the December 16th, 2020 Reorganization meeting of the 18th Legislative District Democrats a resolution was adopted that "proudly acknowledges, recognizes, and thanks Drew Griffin for his remarkable contributions to our community and setting an example for the next generation of activists as our fight continues to promote democratic core values, racial, economic and LGBTQ equality & justice."
On 9/16/2020 the 18th LD Democrats adopted a resolution endorsing creation of a publicly owned depository State Bank.
November 20, 2019 the 18th LD Democrats adopted a resolution stating that we "call upon the Washington State Legislature to amend RCW 82.04 so that businesses in which the owners are self-employed active participants, whether established as sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs, or corporations, shall be exempt from the B&O tax on total annual revenue up to $500,000, and the B&O tax shall only apply on the portion of their total annual revenue in excess of $500,000."
On March 1st, 2017, the 18th LD Democrats passed a resolution in support of an I-5 Bridge Replacement Project.Read more
Resolution supporting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Opposition to the Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline
On November 2nd, 2016, the 18th Legislative District Democrats passed a resolution in support of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Opposition to the Construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
To read more about the Dakota Access Pipeline and the continuing fight for the tribe's rights, check out Stand with Standing Rock.Read more