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During the Tumwater Fourth of July parade, I overheard a Prop 1 signature gatherer convincing a young couple to sign the petition saying it would “cut your electric bill in half.”
Washington voters rejected two liquor privatization measures last year, but undeterred, wholesale giant Costco is back with yet another initiative to create more liquor outlets across the state.
Senate Joint Resolution 8205
Initiative 1163 This measure would reinstate background checks, training, and other requirements for long-term care workers and providers, if amended in 2011; and address financial accountability and administrative expenses of the long-term in-home program. Should this measure be enacted into law?q Yes q No