Spokeswoman Kathryn Stenger, from left, Northwest Grocery Association president Joe Gilliam, and Washington Restaurant Association government affairs head Bruce Beckett attend an election night news conference for Yes on 1183 in 2011 in Seattle.
Spokeswoman Kathryn Stenger, from left, Northwest Grocery Association president Joe Gilliam, and Washington Restaurant Association government affairs head Bruce Beckett attend an election night news conference for Yes on 1183 in 2011 in Seattle. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2011
Spokeswoman Kathryn Stenger, from left, Northwest Grocery Association president Joe Gilliam, and Washington Restaurant Association government affairs head Bruce Beckett attend an election night news conference for Yes on 1183 in 2011 in Seattle. Elaine Thompson AP file, 2011

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