November 27, 2018
Measure I-1000 would allow the state to remedy discrimination for certain groups and to implement affirmative action, without the use of quotas or preferential treatment (as defined), in public education, employment, and contracting.
The target for signatures is 360,000, due by the end of the year. I-1000 is supported by former Governors Gregoire, Evans and Locke, Faith Action Network, Church Council of Greater Seattle and Washington State Labor Council. Go to YesOn1000.com to read more information, contribute or volunteer for this campaign. The I-1000 petition will be available to sign at Plymouth Sundays during November. –Michael Gordon and Adele Reynolds
Plymouth Church UCC stands with you in responding to the coronavirus. Our BUILDING IS CLOSED in keeping with the "STAY AT HOME" order of the Governor and Health Dept. recommendations, until further notice.
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