Politics & Government

December 26, 2012 5:43 PM

Eyman readies I-517, adding six months to get signatures

Initiative promoter Tim Eyman says he will turn in signatures next week for Initiative 517, proposing to add six months to the time that initiative backers in Washington have to collect signatures and get on the ballot.

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