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Proposed Initiatives to the Legislature - 2003

The following is a list of proposed initiatives to the Legislature filed to date with the Office of the Secretary of State. To be certified, a petition must contain the signatures of at least 197,734 registered voters. The deadline for filing petition signatures for the following initiatives is 5:00 p.m. January 2, 2004. Questions regarding the content of initiatives should be directed to the sponsor(s).

NOTE: Initiative numbers are not assigned until the proposal has been reviewed by the state Code Reviser and the sponsor has submitted the final language of the proposed initiative. The content of initiatives is described as general "subject matter" pending the issuance of an official ballot title and summary by the state Attorney General.


Assigned Number: 285
Filed: 03/13/2003

Sponsors
James Rigby
Mr. Ray D. Benham
Mr. Thomas C. Larsen

Public Contact Information:
600 Stewart St, #224
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 441-0826
rmonteb@aol.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 285 concerns teaching the Declaration of Independence, the constitutions, and related documents.

This measure would require all schools to include specified teaching in their social studies curriculum concerning the Declaration of Independence, the constitutions of the United States and of the State, and related documents.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require all schools to teach the relationship of the Declaration of Independence to the United States and Washington State Constitutions, and related documents, as a prerequisite to graduation from public and private high schools. School boards would include specified materials as part of their social studies curriculum and as a subject of standardized testing. Copies of these documents would be displayed in each school. The measure would also define the "teaching" required.


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Assigned Number: 286
Filed: 03/12/2003

Sponsors
Mr. George C. Deane

Public Contact Information:
525 Hawthorne
Everett, WA 98201
Phone: (425) 252-7352


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 286 concerns replacing the name "Washington" with "Cascadia".

This measure would require future publications of the Revised Code of Washington to replace any references to the state of "Washington" with references to the state of "Cascadia", with appropriate changes in abbreviations.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require future publications of the Revised Code of Washington to replace any reference to the state of "Washington" with a reference to the state of "Cascadia." Abbreviations for "Washington" would be replaced with abbreviations for "Cascadia" such as "C" or "CASC" or "CS." In all aspects of state law any reference to the state of "Cascadia" would be read as "Washington" in order to "facilitate seamless transition and avoid ambiguity."


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Assigned Number: 287
Filed: 03/12/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Paul Richards

Public Contact Information:
6012 Palatine Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone:
paulewog3@msn.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 287 concerns valuing real property for tax purposes.

This measure would define real property value as the “fair market value of the last purchase price paid,” and would require property tax assessment on this basis beginning with taxes collected in 2005.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would define “true and fair value” of real property to be the “fair market value of the last purchase price paid.” Assessors would revalue all property to this value before levying taxes to be collected in 2005. The measure would eliminate requirements that property be revalued between sales. The legislature would be directed to propose appropriate changes in the state constitution to assure stability of the property valuation system established in this measure.

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Assigned Number: 288
Filed: 03/12/2003

Sponsors
Suzanne D. Karr

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1942
Everett, WA 98206
Phone: (425) 772-9611
suzannekarr@yahoo.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 288 concerns performance audits of state agencies and institutions.

This measure would direct the state auditor to conduct performance audits of state government programs, with the assistance of a citizens’ oversight committee. Five million dollars would be appropriated for fiscal year 2005.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the state auditor to conduct performance audits on state government agencies and programs. The audits would include recommendations for potential cost savings, elimination or reduction of programs, correcting gaps and overlaps in functions, and verification of performance measurement systems. A citizens’ oversight committee of seven members would make recommendations to the auditor about the initiation and scope of performance audits. Five million dollars would be appropriated for the 2005 fiscal year.

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Assigned Number: 289
Filed: 03/14/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Kenneth W. Sletten

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 707
Keyport, WA 98345
Phone: (360) 620-5008


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 289 concerns investigating changes in state boundary lines.

This measure would direct the Spokane County boundary review board to conduct an investigation into the feasibility and the mechanics of defining new boundary lines for the states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the Spokane County boundary review board to conduct a study of the feasibility of changing the boundaries of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, such as by making the crest of the Cascade mountains the boundary between two states. An initial report would be due by January 14, 2005. State executive agencies would be directed to assist in carrying out the intent of the measure, possibly leading to state legislative and congressional action.


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Assigned Number: 290
Filed: 03/17/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mulkileto, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 290 concerns property tax levies.

This measure would reduce the state portion of the property tax levy by 25%, effective in 2004, and would require local governments to seek voter approval for all regular property tax levy increases.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce by 25% the state property tax levy for the common schools, for taxes collected in 2004 and later years, compared to the amount that would otherwise have been allowed. Local governments would be limited to regular property tax levies of not more than 100% of the highest of the three previous annual levies, unless they obtain annual voter approval for a higher levy. School district levies would not be affected.

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Assigned Number: 291
Filed: 04/11/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Michael J. Thompson

Public Contact Information:
9710 5th Ave NE, #403
Seattle, WA 98511
Phone: (206) 522-8184


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 291 concerns credit card interest.

This measure would provide that the amount of interest charged for unsecured credit card balances could not exceed twelve percent per year.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide that the amount of interest charged for unsecured credit card balances could not exceed twelve percent per year.


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Assigned Number: 292
Filed: 04/04/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Bruce Agnew
Mr. David A. Russell
Mr. Michael K. Vaska

Public Contact Information:
18925 SE 63rd Pl
Issaquah, WA 98027
Phone: (425) 746-7691


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 292 concerns regional transportation.

This measure would provide for elected regional transportation accountability boards (required in Central Puget Sound, optional elsewhere). Each board would consolidate and govern existing regional transportation agencies and coordinate planning, funding, and services.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide for regional transportation accountability boards, which would be required in the region composed of King, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties, and optional in other counties. Each board would consist of seven members elected by the people, would serve as the consolidated governing body for each regional transit authority, transportation planning authority, and transportation investment district in its region. The boards would provide coordinated planning and funding for regional transportation projects and services.


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Assigned Number: 293
Filed: 04/23/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
*Relating to property tax levies

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Assigned Number: 294
Filed: 05/05/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
*Relating to property tax levies

Withdrawn

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Assigned Number: 295
Filed: 05/30/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
* Relating to property tax levies

Withdrawn

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Assigned Number: 296
Filed: 06/09/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
* Relating to Property Taxes

Withdrawn

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Assigned Number: 297
Filed: 06/09/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Gerald M. Pollet

Public Contact Information:
1305 4th Ave #208
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 382-1014
Fax: (206) 382-1148
office@heartofamericanorthwest.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 297 concerns "mixed" radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous waste.

This measure would add new provisions concerning “mixed” radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous waste, requiring cleanup of contamination before additional waste is added, prioritizing cleanup, providing for public participation and enforcement through citizen lawsuits.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would establish additional requirements for regulating “mixed waste” (radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous substances) sites, such as the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. The measure would set standards for cleanup and granting permits, would prohibit waste disposal in unlined soil trenches, and require cleanup of tank leaks. Permits would not allow adding more wastes to facilities until existing contamination was cleaned up. Additional public participation would be provided and enforcement through citizen lawsuits would be authorized.


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Assigned Number: 298
Filed: 06/18/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
* Relating to property taxes

Withdrawan

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Assigned Number: 299
Filed: 07/01/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Initiative Subject
* Relating to property taxes

Withdrawan

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Assigned Number: 300
Filed: 06/18/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Bruce Agnew
Mr. David A. Russell
Mr. Michael K. Vaska

Public Contact Information:
1617 Boylston, #200
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (425) 822-5744


Ballot Title
Initiative No. 300 concerns regional transportation planning, funding, and audits.

This measure would authorize regional transportation accountability boards (required for certain high population and adjoining counties) to govern consolidated transportation agencies and submit regional plans to voters. Certain transportation powers would be revised.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require establishment of regional transportation accountability boards for certain counties, including counties that meet population criteria (currently King, Pierce and Snohomish Counties), with boards optional elsewhere. Each board, with seven voting members elected by the people, would consolidate and govern existing regional transportation agencies; coordinate planning, services and funding; and submit regional investment plans for voter approval. Functions and duties of regional transportation investment districts and local governments would be revised.

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Assigned Number: 301
Filed: 07/15/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 301 concerns property tax levies of local governments, including local taxing districts.

This measure would reduce regular property tax levies for counties, cities, towns, and other local taxing districts by 25%, and require 60% voter approval to increase these levies above the 1% annual limit.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce by 25% regular property tax levies for counties, cities, towns, and other local taxing districts such as road districts, port districts, public utility districts, park districts, library districts, and others. Sixty-percent voter approval would be required to exceed the 1% annual levy increase allowed by existing law. Levy capacity could not be “banked” by deferring the 1% increase and combining it with future increases. Voter-approved special levies would not be affected.

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Assigned Number: 302
Filed: 07/07/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Richard J. Spady

Public Contact Information:
148 W Lake Sammamish Pkwy SE
Bellevue, WA 98008
Phone: (425) 747-8373


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 302 concerns a process to provide citizens’ opinions to state government.

This measure would establish a program, funded by fees and donations, whereby citizens can volunteer to meet in small groups and give their opinions on topics selected by the governor, auditor, and legislators.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would authorize individuals to volunteer to serve as citizen councilors, who would meet in small groups and give their opinions on topics selected by the governor, auditor, and legislators. The auditor would develop objective information about each topic to be presented at the meetings. The auditor would appoint a volunteer councilor coordinator to facilitate gathering opinions from the groups. The program would be financed by small fees paid by participants and by donations.

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Assigned Number: 303
Filed: 07/25/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 303 concerns local government regular property tax levies.

This measure would reduce regular property tax levies for counties, cities, and other local taxing districts by 25%, and require 60% voter approval for multi-year levy increases exceeding the current 1% levy limit.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce by 25% the regular property tax levies of local governments authorized to impose regular property taxes, not including voter-approved special levies such as local school levies. Sixty-percent voter approval would be required for regular local property tax levies exceeding the one percent levy increase limit and lasting longer than one year. Local taxing districts would have to obtain voter approval to use “banked” levy capacity to exceed the one percent limit.

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Assigned Number: 304
Filed: 07/30/2003

Sponsors
Mr. William Barnet

Public Contact Information:
801 Stitch Road
Lake Stevens, WA 98258
Phone: (425) 334-2925


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 304 concerns sales and use tax exemptions.

This measure would exempt from sales and use tax the purchase or use of tangible personal property by school districts, and exempt from sales tax charges for constructing or maintaining school facilities.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide certain sales and use tax exemptions to school districts. The sales tax exemption would apply to: sales of tangible personal property to a school district; and charges made for labor and services performed in constructing and maintaining school facilities or school district property. The use tax exemption would apply to the use of tangible personal property by a school district. School districts would be required to provide exemption certificates to sellers.

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Assigned Number: 305
Filed: 08/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 305 concerns local government regular property tax levies.

This measure would reduce regular property tax levies for counties, cities, and other local taxing districts by 25%, and require 60% voter approval for multi-year levy increases exceeding the current 1% levy limit.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce by 25% the regular property tax levies of local governments authorized to impose regular property taxes, not including voter-approved special levies such as local school levies. Sixty-percent voter approval would be required for regular local property tax levies exceeding the one percent levy increase limit and lasting longer than one year. Local taxing districts would have to obtain voter approval to use “banked” levy capacity to exceed the one percent limit.

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Assigned Number: 306
Filed: 07/25/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Ameliya Abero

Public Contact Information:
Hansee Hall, Austin Box 44103
Seattle , WA 98195
Phone: (206) 934-8458


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 306 concerns additional cigarette taxation to pay for nursing programs.

This measure would impose an additional tax of 15% on the sale, use, consumption, handling, possession, or distribution of cigarettes. The revenue would be allocated to state colleges and universities for nursing programs. Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would impose a tax in the amount of 15 percent on the sale, use, consumption, handling, possession, or distribution of cigarettes, in addition to all existing taxes. The revenue from this additional tax would be placed in the general fund and allocated to universities and colleges in the state of Washington for use in their nursing programs.

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Assigned Number: 307
Filed: 08/25/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 307 concerns local government regular property tax levies.

This measure would reduce regular property tax levies for counties, cities, and other local taxing districts by 25%, and require 60% voter approval for multi-year levy increases exceeding the current 1% levy limit.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce by 25% the regular property tax levies of local governments authorized to impose regular property taxes, not including voter-approved special levies such as local school levies. Sixty-percent voter approval would be required for regular local property tax levies exceeding the one percent levy increase limit and lasting longer than one year. Local taxing districts would have to obtain voter approval to use “banked” levy capacity to exceed the one percent limit.

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Assigned Number: 308
Filed: 08/20/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Yoram K Bauman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 868
Seattle, WA 98111-0868
Phone: (206) 351-5719
info@reducepesticides.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 308 concerns regulation of pesticides and fertilizers in agriculture.

This measure would regulate pesticide and fertilizer use in agriculture through new reporting requirements, earmarking certain funds for pesticide and fertilizer reduction, limiting tax exemptions for pesticides and fertilizers, and establishing a commission.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the department of ecology to establish a pesticide use reporting system. A nine-member commission would be established to oversee efforts to reduce pesticide and fertilizer use. All retail sales and use taxes on pesticides and fertilizers used in agriculture, together with certain other funds, would be placed in a new account in the state treasury, earmarked for this program. Certain tax exemptions for pesticides and fertilizers would be narrowed or eliminated.

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Assigned Number: 309
Filed: 09/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1300
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-9127
Fax: (425) 493-1027
insignia@greekwatch.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 309 concerns property tax levies.

This measure would reduce regular property tax levies by counties, cities, and other local taxing districts by 25% beginning in 2005. The measure would not affect voter-approved special levies, including local school levies.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce the property tax levy for each local taxing district (county, city, town, or any special purpose district with the authority to impose a property tax) by 25.0% of the levy amount that would otherwise be allowed under existing law. The reduction would be effective with taxes levied for collection in 2005 and every year from then on. This reduction would not affect voter-approved special levies, such as local school district levies.

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Assigned Number: 310
Filed: 09/09/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Yoram K Bauman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 868
Seattle, WA 98111-0868
Phone: (206) 351-5719
info@reducepesticides.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 310 concerns pesticide and fertilizer use.

This measure would require new reporting of pesticide use, limit certain pesticide and fertilizer tax exemptions, earmark revenues to protect health and the environment from pesticide and fertilizer use, and establish a commission.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the department of ecology to adopt rules requiring a new pesticide use reporting system. Existing retail sales and use tax exemptions for pesticides and fertilizers would be limited. Tax revenues generated by limiting these exemptions, together with certain other revenues, would be earmarked for programs to protect health and the environment from pesticide and fertilizer use, including alternatives to their use. An appointed nine-member commission would oversee implementation of the measure.

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Assigned Number: 311
Filed: 09/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Lee Moore

Public Contact Information:
91 Packard Street
Underwood, WA 98651
Phone: (509) 493-2098


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 311 concerns calling for a constitutional convention.

This measure would direct the legislature to call for a constitutional convention to amend the United States Constitution by establishing a national initiative and referendum, eliminating the electoral college, and modifying treaty-making power. Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the state legislature to call for a United States constitutional convention. The convention would be convened to consider the following proposed amendments: establishing a national initiative and referendum process administered by a board with members elected by the states; eliminating the electoral college and replacing it with election by popular vote with a runoff if no candidate gains a majority; and requiring a two-thirds vote of the people to ratify treaties.

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Assigned Number: 312
Filed: 10/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Donald D. Hansler

Public Contact Information:
22711 66th Ave CT E
Spanaway, WA 98387
Phone: (253) 846-3354


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 312 concerns providing bonus compensation to teachers based on parent ratings.

This measure would provide yearly bonus payments for public school teachers based on parent/guardian ratings, calculated as a percentage of average teacher salary, and funded by a sales tax increase of 0.15 percent.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide yearly bonus compensation to public school teachers, based on questionnaires mailed to parents and guardians of students. Each parent or guardian could rate the teacher according to a scale set forth in the measure. Teachers with high average scores would qualify for bonus payments as described in the measure. The state sales tax would be increased by fifteen one-hundredths of one percent (0.15%), with revenues used only for additional teacher compensation.

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Assigned Number: 313
Filed: 10/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Laren McLaren

Public Contact Information:
400 NE 48th St #1776
Seattle, WA 98105
Phone: (800) 353-1776
Fax: (253) 284-0803
chair@LPWS.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 313 concerns definitions of major and minor political parties.

This measure would define “minor party” to include any political party filing a written declaration of minor party status, permitting that party to nominate its candidates by convention rather than through the primary.

Should this measure be enacted into law? Yes[ ] No[ ]

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would define “minor party” as a political party of which no nominee for president, vice president, United States senator, or a statewide office has received at least five percent of the total vote cast at the last preceding state general election in an even-numbered year. The measure would allow any political party to declare itself to be a “minor party,” permitting the party to nominate candidates by convention rather than through the primary.

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Assigned Number: 314
Filed: 12/15/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Stephen M. Zemke

Public Contact Information:
2131 N 132nd St
Seattle, WA 98133
Phone: (206) 999-6095
stevezemke@msn.com

Initiative Subject
*Relating to the initiative process

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Assigned Number: 315
Filed: 12/10/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Javier O. Lopez

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 5068
Lacey, WA 98509
Phone: (360) 438-2609


Initiative Subject
* Relating to Elections

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Assigned Number: 316
Filed: 12/10/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Javier O. Lopez

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 5068
Lacey, WA 98509
Phone: (360) 438-2609


Initiative Subject
*Relating to taxes

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Assigned Number: 317
Filed: 12/10/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Javier O. Lopez

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 5068
Lacey, WA 98509
Phone: (360) 438-2609


Initiative Subject
*Relating to Government

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Assigned Number: Not Assigned
Filed: 03/13/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Robert A Ficalora

Public Contact Information:
6753 Belle Vista Pl NW
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 866-2278


Initiative Subject
*Relating to Joint Memorials

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Assigned Number: Not Assigned
Filed: 08/08/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Lee Moore

Public Contact Information:
91 Packard St
Underwood, WA 98651
Phone: (509) 493-2098


Initiative Subject
*Relating to calling for a constitutional convention

Innactive

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Assigned Number: Not Assigned
Filed: 09/09/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Yorham K. Bauman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 868
Seattle, WA 98111-0868
Phone: (206) 351-5719


Initiative Subject
*Relating to reducing the use of pesticides and fertilizers

Innactive

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Assigned Number: Not Assigned
Filed: 12/17/2003

Sponsors
Mr. Richard E. Patten

Public Contact Information:
218 Main St, #479
Kirkland, WA 98003
Phone: (425) 822-4770
info@letsgetwashington.com

Initiative Subject
*Relating to reducing traffic congestion

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