STEVE ON SOCIAL
A day for the Left and Right to avoid politics and pray for the victims shattered families, and to celebrate the acts of bravery and humanity that unite us and make us proud to be Americans.
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Joe LombardoYes. Now let's get rid of the left and right and just concentrate on what is best for all.2 weeks ago · 1
Ardie HerbelWell, the Yahoos in DC didn't have any problem using politics in letting CHIP expire. Do you call that avoiding politics Sen. O'Ban?? Taking health care away from millions of children. Imagine you're proud of your fellow Republicans.2 weeks ago
Janice BrooksHonor these people by coming together now, to enact gun control. Do it while it is fresh in your minds. Otherwise, it will again fall by the wayside. We will then wring our hands over the next mass shooting.2 weeks ago
Jo TollefsonThis is a time for politics to make a positive difference in the lives of so many Americans.2 weeks ago
Barbara WaersI have so little faith in republicans (Yes, I blame them - Democrats run nothing these days) that I fully believe that Ryan will bring up the silencer legislation again - before we can react. Tag it on to something else probably. And the resurrection on weapons of war ban is not even on their radar. Wholly owned subsidiary of the NRA - along with some Democrats.2 weeks ago
Dana CorbyBullshit, O'Ban! The way to honor the memories of the dead is to make sure this can't happen again.2 weeks ago
Steve O’Ban grew up delivering newspapers on his bike in University Place and Fircrest and was raised by a single mom, who still teaches kindergarten.
After graduating from UW and law school, Steve made it his life’s work to help people solve their legal problems. He has helped individuals and small business owners protect all that they have sacrificed and worked so hard for.
Steve helped local teachers in the courtroom as well. He defended 8,000 Washington state educators when money was taken without permission from their paychecks and used for politics, and helped them regain their lost wages. The U.S. Supreme Court heard the case, and ruled in their favor in a 9-0 decision.READ MORE