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SeattlePI.com: Judge - 'Substantial possibility' Tim Eyman initiative is invalid, but people should still vote

SeattlePI.com: Judge - 'Substantial possibility' Tim Eyman initiative is invalid, but people should still vote

"Here, although the ultimate decision is obviously the Supreme Court's, there is a substantial possibility that I-1366 will be found to be invalid for exceeding the scope of the initiative process, and that voters will be voting on a measure that will never go into effect."
Seattle Times: Judge faults Eyman initiative but doesn't rule out vote

Seattle Times: Judge faults Eyman initiative but doesn't rule out vote

In a written decision Friday afternoon, King County Superior Court Judge Dean Lum said Initiative 1366 "appears to violate" the state constitution's process for passing constitutional amendments.
Q13: Coalition Honors 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Act

Q13: Coalition Honors 50th Anniversary of Voting Rights Act

Religious, Community and Legislative Leaders Celebrated the Anniversary and Urged Passage of the Washington Voting Rights Act, Which Has Been Stalled in the state Senate.
NPR: Lawsuit Challenges Eyman Anti-Tax Measure

NPR: Lawsuit Challenges Eyman Anti-Tax Measure

Opponents of an anti-tax initiative to amend Washington state's constitution are filing a lawsuit to prevent the measure from appearing on the November ballot. They say the initiative is "blackmail," and the ballot process was never intended as way to change the state's constitution.
Seattle Times: Suit filed over Eyman tax measure, just a day after it makes the ballot

Seattle Times: Suit filed over Eyman tax measure, just a day after it makes the ballot

Opponents of Tim Eyman's latest anti-tax initiative are trying to block a public vote on it. They filed a lawsuit arguing I-1366 is unconstitutional.
Planned Parenthood supporters speak out against critics

Planned Parenthood supporters speak out against critics

Seattle area Planned Parenthood supporters are defending the organization from critics who claim it sells tissue from aborted fetuses for profit, a practice banned under federal law.
KOMO 4: Activists Deliver Pink Slips to Sen. Andy Hill

KOMO 4: Activists Deliver Pink Slips to Sen. Andy Hill

Fuse partnered with state employees to delivery 26,000 pink slips to Senator Andy Hill, the same number of layoff notices that were sent about a possible government shutdown. We called on Andy Hill to join Democrats in compromising on a budget to avoid a shutdown.
Q13 Fox: A

Q13 Fox: A "Half-Baked" Sale for Education

Activists from Fuse, a progressive group, erected a tent outside the Capitol Wednesday. They are calling it a half-baked sale. The snack sale is aimed at Senate Republicans who want to use tax revenue from legal marijuana to help fund education. "They want to rely on risky, untested revenue to fund our schools," said CollinJergens of Fuse.

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