COLUMN: Legislation to Honor Fallen Richland Marine Moves Forward

For the men and women who have given their lives in service to our country and on behalf of our freedoms, we find ways – even small ways – to honor their sacrifice and their memory. Though the way we honor the person we lost may seem small, it is still meaningful for loved ones and the community.

COLUMN: Science Should Determine Federal Listing of Gray Wolf

The recovery of the gray wolf is a success story for the Endangered Species Act, and the best available science should determine whether species remain listed. I am proud that the House voted last week to approve of legislation I co-introduced with Rep. Sean Duffy: H.R. 6784, the Manage Our Wolves Act, which will return management of the gray wolf species to the states.

COLUMN: 100th Anniversary of Armistice Shows Importance of Honoring Fallen Heroes and Today’s Veterans

November 11th of this year marks the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended World War I. Over the course of that conflict, 116,516 American military personnel lost their lives. The deadliest battle in U.S. history was at Argonne Forest, from September 26, 1918 lasting more than a month, until the Armistice.

COLUMN: Honoring Central Washington Angels

Last week, I met a couple angels in the Tri-Cities.

No, really: I had the opportunity to sit down with James and Angie Sessions of Pasco.