Eyman says that he's filing the paperwork just in case legislators overturn Initiative 1053 during this session. I-1053 was approved by nearly 64 percent of the voters in November.  (Olympian File Photo)
Eyman says that he's filing the paperwork just in case legislators overturn Initiative 1053 during this session. I-1053 was approved by nearly 64 percent of the voters in November. (Olympian File Photo) The Olympian
Eyman says that he's filing the paperwork just in case legislators overturn Initiative 1053 during this session. I-1053 was approved by nearly 64 percent of the voters in November. (Olympian File Photo) The Olympian

Tim Eyman files tax initiative, just in case

January 10, 2011 12:19 PM

UPDATED January 10, 2011 12:26 PM

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