It happened this morning. Self-described “Sonics Guy” Kris Brannon of Tacoma filed an initiative to change the state song from "Washington My Home" to the former Seattle team's rally song, "Not in Our House." He's basically protesting the departure of the Seattle SuperSonics' professional basketball franchise to Oklahoma City a couple of years ago. Brannon's as-yet-unnumbered measure requires the song change until Seattle gets a new NBA franchise.
The Seattle P-I has links here to the existing state song and also to the proposed new song recorded by Seattle-based Sir Mix-a-Lot.
If you're nuts about the Sonics or just curious, go here to read Brannon's press release, which quotes him as saying:"The people of Washington State were robbed of our NBA franchise, and we must keep the pressure on the league management to return professional men’s basketball to Washington ... [T]his initiative allows Sonics fans remind the league that Washington wants and deserves a basketball team.”
A lot of goofy initiatives get filed every year (see this year's filings for yourself). Few get anywhere close to the 241,153 valid voter signatures that Brannon needs by July 8 to qualify his idea for the November ballot.
Time will tell on this one.