One of the problems citizens have is that no organization is providing information as to:
1) Which anti-bills have a strong chance of passing. and need a strong public response.
2) Which anti-bills have a weak chance of passing, and can be safely ignored.
3) Which pro-bills are feasible and which are not feasible.
Joe Waldron sends out GOAL alerts on a fairly regular basis, but he doesn't provide sufficient information that ranks bills as to which ones need public pressure, supporting or opposing. I asked him to do something to prioritize his requested actions, but he doesn't want to do this.
Right now pro-freedom citizens are essentially leaderless in WA (in comparison to other states such as Virginia) and we are passive observers, instead of acting as strongly focused action groups.