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Proposed Initiatives to the People - 2011

The following is a list of proposed initiatives to the People filed to date with the Office of the Secretary of State. To be certified, a petition must contain the signatures of at least 241,153 registered voters. The deadline for filing petition signatures for the following initiatives is 5:00 p.m. July 8, 2011. 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: 1111
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-8707
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1111 concerns tax and fee increases imposed by state government.

This measure would restate existing requirements that legislation raising taxes must be approved by two-thirds legislative majorities or receive voter approval, and that new or increased fees must be set by the legislature.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would restate the existing requirement that any action or combination of actions by the legislature that raises taxes must be approved by a two-thirds vote in both houses of the legislature or approved in a referendum by the people, and it would restate the existing statutory definition of “raises taxes.” It would also restate that new or increased fees must be established in legislation approved by majorities in both houses of the legislature.

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Assigned Number: 1112
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-8707
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1112 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles

This measure would set $30 vehicle license fees, subtract nonvoter-approved license fees from the $30 fee, calculate vehicle excise taxes using a revised depreciation schedule, and require voter approval of “automatic ticketing cameras.”

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would set $30 annual motor vehicle license fees, and direct that certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees be subtracted from the $30 fee. The measure would revise the depreciation schedule used to calculate all existing motor vehicle excise taxes. The measure would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” unless authorized by a voter-approved local ordinance presented to voters using language specified in the measure and require removal of such cameras not voter-approved before June 30, 2011.

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Assigned Number: 1113
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-8707
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1113 concerns initiatives and referenda

This measure would define and penalize interference with and retaliation against signature gatherers and petition signers; limit public access to signed petitions after submittal to the state; and extend time for initiative signature-gathering.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would make conduct defined as interfering with or retaliating against signature gatherers and petition signers a criminal misdemeanor and subject to anti-harassment laws. Public access to signed petitions submitted to the secretary of state would be limited to persons observing the signature verification process, or legally challenging the determination of whether the requisite number of signatures are on the petition. The time for filing initiatives would be extended from ten to sixteen months.

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Assigned Number: 1114
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Ms Linda C. Morales
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-8707
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1114 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits

This measure would auction off all state liquor stores; license certain private parties to sell liquor at retail for off-premises consumption; and instruct the legislature to implement policies previously proposed in Initiative 1100.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would direct the state to auction off all state liquor stores and locations, and to dedicate proceeds to costs associated with ending state liquor sales. Upon meeting certain qualifications, operators of certain-sized retail stores or of stores auctioned off under this measure would be eligible to sell liquor at retail for off-premises consumption. Except as this measure specifies, it would instruct the legislature to implement policies previously proposed in 2010 in Initiative 1100.

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Assigned Number: 1115
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-8707
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1115 concerns state expenditures on transportation

This measure would prohibit the use of motor vehicle fund revenue and other vehicle-related revenues for non-transportation purposes, and require that road and bridge tolls be set by the legislature and be project-specific.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit motor vehicle fund revenue and other vehicle-related revenue from being used for non-transportation purposes. It would prohibit non-highway use of state highway lanes funded by gas taxes or other vehicle-related fund. It would require the legislature to set tolls, applying the I-1053 supermajority requirement; a toll on a road or bridge, including the Interstate 90 floating bridge, could be used only for construction, operation, or maintenance of that road or bridge.

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Assigned Number: 1116
Filed: 01/19/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher M. Ward

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 7481
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (253) 235-2453
movewashingtonforward@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1116 concerns mortgage foreclosures

This measure would require that prior to foreclosure, financial institutions must offer mortgage obligors a reduced loan balance or a reduced interest rate, if it would enable the obligor to make timely payments.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require that prior to foreclosure, financial institutions must offer to reduce the mortgage balance to the current market price, or reduce the interest rate up to 2%, if a reduction would enable the obligor to make timely payments. Obligors would have 90 days to exercise the option. Both options would be required if the property were the obligor’s primary or second home, primarily used for agriculture, or were housing for low-income families.

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Assigned Number: 1117
Filed: 01/19/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher M. Ward

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 7481
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (253) 235-2453
movewashingtonforward@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1117 concerns health insurance

This measure would declare that state residents may opt out of certain federal health insurance requirements without incurring federal tax penalties, and permit businesses and individuals to purchase health insurance across state lines.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would declare that state residents could opt out of health insurance requirements in the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act without any federal tax liability. The measure would direct the insurance commissioner to create forms that residents could file to opt out. Small and medium businesses would be authorized to form purchasing pools. Businesses and individuals would be authorized to purchase insurance across state lines to obtain better coverage or lower rates.

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Assigned Number: 1118
Filed: 01/19/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher M. Ward

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 7481
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (253) 235-2453
movewashingtonforward@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1118 concerns business and occupation taxes

This measure would exempt income received by small businesses, as defined, from state and city business and occupation tax, and raise state business and occupation tax rates by 0.2% on all other businesses.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would make state business and occupation tax inapplicable to income received by an in-state “small business” having fifty or fewer employees or less than $7,000,000 gross annual revenue. State business and occupation tax rates for businesses other than a “small business” would be raised by 0.2% over the rate existing on December 31, 2010. A city would be prohibited from imposing a business and occupation tax on income received by a “small business”.

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Assigned Number: 1119
Filed: 01/19/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher M. Ward

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 7481
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (253) 235-2453
movewashingtonforward@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1119 concerns public assistance for non-United States citizens.

This measure would prohibit Washington from providing public assistance, as defined, to all non-United States citizens, including persons legally residing in the United States, and authorize fraud prosecution for falsifying public assistance applications.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit the state from providing public assistance to non-United States citizens, including persons legally residing in the United States. The prohibited assistance includes, but is not limited to, food assistance, medical care, work relief, and disability lifeline benefits. It would only allow state provision of refugee cash assistance, and alcoholism and drug addiction treatment. Falsifying applications could be prosecuted, and using false social security numbers could be reported to the federal government.

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Assigned Number: 1120
Filed: 01/19/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: (425) 493-8707
Fax: (425) 493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Filed 01/20/2011 by Mr. Tim Eyman. *Withdrawn by sponsor on 01/27/2011





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Assigned Number: 1121
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Mark L Ryan

Public Contact Information:
508 Yelm Ave W
Yelm, WA 98597
Phone: (360) 400-4338
Yelmsmokeplus@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1121 concerns medical marijuana

This measure would state that nothing in the Washington medical marijuana act shall preclude a municipality, through ordinance, from requiring designated providers of medical marijuana from occupying municipal-controlled properties, for rent.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would add language to an existing provision of state law relating to medical uses of marijuana, stating that nothing in chapter 69.51A RCW shall “preclude a municipality, in the interest of public safety and security through ordinance, from requiring designated providers from occupying municipal-controlled properties, for rent.”

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Assigned Number: 1122
Filed: 01/20/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Colleen Smith

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 3786
Federal Way, WA 98063
Phone: (206) 935-3505
info@RespectWashington.us

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1122 concerns public and private enforcement of immigration laws.

This measure would require state and local agencies to enforce federal immigration laws and verify immigration status to issue driver’s licenses and public benefits. All employers would have to “E-Verify” employees’ immigration status.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require state and local agencies to enforce federal immigration laws, and to verify immigration status before issuing driver’s licenses and many public benefits. All public and private employers would have to use “E-Verify” programs to check immigration status of employees. Non-complying private employers could be penalized and lose licenses. Nonprofit organizations offering employment services would be required to verify eligibility for employment. Voter registration of jurors who claim non-citizenship would be cancelled.

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Assigned Number: 1123
Filed: 01/20/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Filed 01/20/2011 by Mr. Tim Eyman. *Withdrawn by sponsor on 01/27/2011*



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Assigned Number: 1124
Filed: 01/20/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1124 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles

This measure would set $30 vehicle license fees, subtract nonvoter-approved license fees from the $30 fee, calculate vehicle excise taxes using a revised depreciation schedule, and require voter approval of “automatic ticketing cameras.”

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would set $30 annual motor vehicle license fees, and direct that certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees be subtracted from the $30 fee. It would revise the depreciation schedule used to calculate all existing motor vehicle excise taxes. It would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” unless authorized by voter-approved local ordinance presented to voters using specified language and require removal of existing cameras not voter-approved. Ticketing camera fines could not exceed the least expensive parking infraction.

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Assigned Number: 1125
Filed: 01/20/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1125 concerns state expenditures on transportation

This measure would prohibit the use of motor vehicle fund revenue and vehicle toll revenue for non-transportation purposes, and require that road and bridge tolls be set by the legislature and be project-specific.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit motor vehicle fund revenue and vehicle toll revenue from being used for non-transportation purposes. It would prohibit non-highway use of state highway lanes funded by gas taxes or vehicle tolls. It would require the legislature to set tolls, and would provide that a toll on a particular road or bridge, including the Interstate 90 floating bridge, could be used only for construction, operation, or maintenance of that particular road or bridge.

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Assigned Number: 1126
Filed: 01/24/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Clifford M. Greene

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 612
Bellevue, WA 98009
Phone:
Mark@partyofcommons.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1126 concerns election candidate filing fees

This measure would reduce the number of voter signatures required on petitions from candidates who lack sufficient assets or income to pay the filing fee, and allow candidates’ economic eligibility to be challenged.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reduce the number of signatures required on petitions that candidates file if they lack sufficient assets to pay the filing fee. Statewide offices would require 500 Washington voters, the federal House of Representatives would require 200 voters in the district to be represented, and all other offices would require 50 voters in the district to be represented. Voters could challenge candidates’ economic standing to file petitions in lieu of the filing fee.

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Assigned Number: 1127
Filed: 01/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher M. Ward

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 7481
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: (253) 235-2453
movewashingtonforward@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1127 concerns state and local sales taxes

This measure would declare an exemption from state and local retail sales taxes for products made in Washington and products made in multiple locations, if two-thirds of the product is made in Washington.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure declares that the retail sales tax imposed by RCW 82.08.020 does not apply to products made in Washington or products made in multiple locations, if two-thirds of the product is made in Washington. The exemption from state sales tax also applies to local sales taxes imposed under RCW 82.14.

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Assigned Number: 1128
Filed: 01/18/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Tamar K. Puckett

Public Contact Information:
1037 NE 65th Street #186
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206.547.1535
info@yeson1130.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1128 concerns confinement of egg-laying hens

This measure would prohibit, with certain exceptions, confining hens in stacked cages or cages that limit the hens’ movement, and would prohibit the sale of eggs in the shell from hens so confined.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit confining egg-laying hens, as defined, in stacked cages or cages that prevent hens from turning around freely, lying down, standing up, or fully extending their wings. It would also prohibit selling eggs produced by hens thus confined. Violations would be a gross misdemeanor. The measure would not apply to medical research, veterinary treatment, transporta-tion, certain temporary confinements, exhibitions, or during humane slaughter. The measure would take effect on January 1, 2018.

Washingtonians for Humane Farms/Yes on 1130

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Assigned Number: 1129
Filed: 01/18/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Tamar K. Puckett

Public Contact Information:
1037 NE 65th Street #186
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206.547.1535
info@yeson1130.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1129 concerns confinement of egg-laying hens

This measure would prohibit, with certain exceptions, confining hens in stacked cages or cages that limit the hens’ movement, and would prohibit the sale of eggs in the shell from hens so confined.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit confining egg-laying hens, as defined, in stacked cages or cages that prevent hens from turning around freely, lying down, standing up, or fully extending their wings. It would also prohibit selling eggs produced by hens thus confined. Violations would be a gross misdemeanor. The measure would not apply to medical research, veterinary treatment, transporta-tion, certain temporary confinements, exhibitions, or during humane slaughter. The measure would take effect on January 1, 2018.

Washingtonians for Humane Farms/Yes on 1130

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Assigned Number: 1130
Filed: 01/18/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Tamar K. Puckett

Public Contact Information:
1037 NE 65th Street #186
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206.547.1535
info@yeson1130.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1130 concerns confinement of egg-laying hens

This measure would prohibit, with certain exceptions, confining hens in stacked cages or cages that limit the hens’ movement, and would prohibit the sale of eggs in the shell from hens so confined.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit confining egg-laying hens, as defined, in stacked cages or cages that prevent hens from turning around freely, lying down, standing up, or fully extending their wings. It would also prohibit selling eggs produced by hens thus confined. Violations would be a gross misdemeanor. The measure would not apply to medical research, veterinary treatment, transporta-tion, certain temporary confinements, exhibitions, or during humane slaughter. The measure would take effect on January 1, 2018.

Washingtonians for Humane Farms/Yes on 1130

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Assigned Number: 1131
Filed: 01/31/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 509 991-4765
Fax: 509 4674323
1dilligas@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1131 concerns tax and fee increases

This measure would require two-thirds legislative approval to delegate authority to agencies or local governments to raise taxes or fees unless voter-approved, and require the legislature to set fees it imposes or increases.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require a two-thirds vote in both houses of the legislature to authorize government agencies or local governments to increase a tax or fee without voter approval, and would require that fees imposed or increased by the legislature be set in a specific amount by legislation receiving majority approval. The measure also restates requirements that tax increases must be approved by a two-thirds vote in the legislature.

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Assigned Number: 1132
Filed: 01/31/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1132 concerns state expenditures on transportation

This measure would prohibit using motor vehicle fund revenue and vehicle toll revenue for non-transportation purposes, prohibit using gas-tax-funded or toll-revenue-funded highway lanes for non-highway purposes, and require the legislature to set tolls.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit motor vehicle fund revenue and vehicle toll revenue from being used for non-transportation purposes. It would prohibit non-highway use of state highway lanes funded by gas taxes or vehicle tolls. It would require the legislature to set tolls, and would provide that a toll on a particular road or bridge, including the Interstate 90 floating bridge, could be used only to construct, improve, operate, or maintain that particular road or bridge.

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Assigned Number: 1133
Filed: 02/08/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1133 concerns tax and fee increases

This measure would require sixty-five percent legislative approval to raise taxes, require that fee amounts be specified in bills, and require the legislature to include a voter approval requirement when delegating revenue-raising authority.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require sixty-five percent approval of both houses of the legislature to raise taxes. It would restate the requirement that fees may be imposed or increased only by majority vote in both houses of the legislature, and would require each fee or fee increase to be introduced as a bill that specifies the fee amount. The measure would require the legislature to include a voter approval requirement in any delegation of revenue-raising authority.

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Assigned Number: 1134
Filed: 02/08/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Initiative Subject
transportation

Withdrawn by sponsor on 2/15/2011

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Assigned Number: 1135
Filed: 02/11/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Philip Waine Dawdy
Mr. Douglas Hiatt
Mr. Jeffrey Steinborn
Mr. Richard A. Smith
Mr. Wm. L. McPeak Jr.

Public Contact Information:
3161 Elliott Ave. #340
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 622-5117
Fax: (206) 622-3848
philip.dawdy@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Filed 01/26/2011 by Mr. Hiatt. Withdrawn by sponsor on 02/24/2011.



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Assigned Number: 1136
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. Michael J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1136 concerns tax and fee increases.

This measure would require that any state tax increase receive either sixty-five percent legislative approval or voter approval, and require that the legislature include a voter approval requirement when it delegates revenue-raising authority.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require that any state tax increase receive either the approval of the voters or the approval of at least sixty-five percent of both houses of the legislature. It would restate the requirement that fees may be imposed or increased only by majority vote in both houses of the legislature. The measure would require that if the legislature delegates any revenue-raising authority, any increase would require voter approval before it could take effect.

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Assigned Number: 1137
Filed: 02/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1137 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles.

This measure would set $30 annual vehicle-license fees, minus certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees; require voter approval for certain vehicle fees and for use of “automatic ticketing cameras;” and limit fines imposed using cameras.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would set $30 annual vehicle license fees, and direct that certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees be subtracted from the $30 fee. It would direct that certain nonvoter-approved fees be discontinued, and require voter approval for certain vehicle fees. It would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” unless voter-approved by local ordinance presented to voters using specified language, and require removal of existing cameras not voter-approved. Ticketing camera fines could not exceed the least expensive parking infraction.

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Assigned Number: 1138
Filed: 02/28/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
Fax: 206.860.4187
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Lowney on 2/28/2011. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/23/2011



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Assigned Number: 1139
Filed: 02/28/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
Fax: 206.860.4187
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Lowney on 2/28/2011. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/23/2011



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Assigned Number: 1140
Filed: 02/28/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
Fax: 206.860.4187
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Lowney on 2/28/2011. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/23/2011



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Assigned Number: 1141
Filed: 02/28/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
Fax: 206.860.4187
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Lowney on 2/28/2011. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/23/2011



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Assigned Number: 1142
Filed: 02/28/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
Fax: 206.860.4187
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Lowney on 2/28/2011. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/23/2011



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Assigned Number: 1143
Filed: 03/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. James E. Vaughn

Public Contact Information:
14416 168th Street
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: 253.241.9634
Fax: 253.444.3820
timetocleanhouse@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1143 concerns sex offenders

This measure would require sex offenders in Washington, at their expense, to wear nondetachable transmitters that would signal private individuals wearing receiving devices when offenders approached. Certain offenders could alternatively choose chemical castration.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require all sex offenders in Washington, at their own expense, to wear nondetachable transmitting devices. Receiving devices, available to the public as wristbands, watches, necklaces, etc., would vibrate with increasing intensity as a sex offender approached. Devices would be approved and sold through the department of corrections. Certain sex offenders could choose chemical castration, at their own expense, in lieu of wearing a transmitting device, subject to the department of corrections’ approval.

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Assigned Number: 1144
Filed: 03/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. James E. Vaughn

Public Contact Information:
14416 168th Street
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: 253.241.9634
Fax: 253.444.3820
timetocleanhouse@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1144 concerns recall of elected officials

This measure would repeal laws providing for superior court hearings to determine the sufficiency of charges for recall of an elected official and the adequacy of the ballot synopsis describing such recall charges.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would repeal the requirement that superior courts conduct hearings within fifteen days of filing proposed recall ballot where the court determines if the acts charged satisfy criteria for which a recall may be filed, and if the prepared ballot synopsis is adequate. It would also repeal the rights of persons subject to or demanding recall to be heard regarding the sufficiency of recall charges and the adequacy of the ballot synopsis.

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Assigned Number: 1145
Filed: 03/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. James E. Vaughn

Public Contact Information:
14416 168th Street
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: 253.241.9634
Fax: 253.444.3820
timetocleanhouse@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1145 concerns online gathering of signatures for certain petitions.

This measure would allow voters to sign certain petitions online via the secretary of state’s election website, or via alternate websites that collect and provide required information about online signers to the secretary.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require the secretary of state to provide voters with the ability to sign certain petitions online via the secretary’s elections website, commencing within seven calendar days after filing of an initiative’s serial number. Security measures for signature verification could not exceed those used for electronically-submitted voter registration applications. Individuals and organizations could gather signatures online using alternate websites, provided they presented certain information about signers to the secretary of state’s election division.

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Assigned Number: 1146
Filed: 03/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. James E. Vaughn

Public Contact Information:
14416 168th Street
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: 253.241.9634
Fax: 253.444.3820
timetocleanhouse@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1146 concerns higher education

This measure would require The Evergreen State College to cease operating at the end of the 2011-2012 academic year, and repeal the requirement that each board of state college trustees appoint a treasurer.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require The Evergreen State College to cease to operate as a state college at the end of the 2011-2012 academic year. State funding would cease at the end of the 2012 academic year and Evergreen assets would be sold. It would repeal the statute requiring each board of state college trustees to appoint a treasurer. It would repeal certain statutes referencing Evergreen, including statutes relating to the trustees and award of degrees

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Assigned Number: 1147
Filed: 03/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. James E. Vaughn

Public Contact Information:
14416 168th Street
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: 253.241.9634
Fax: 253.444.3820
timetocleanhouse@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1147 concerns foreign students.

This measure would prohibit educating foreign students at certain state schools of higher education funded by taxes collected from Washington residents, except students from certain states, athletes, or in Washington’s exchange scholarship program.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would prohibit regional universities, state universities, community colleges and vocational schools funded or subsidized by taxes collected from Washington state residents to educate foreign students at the expense of Washington residents. An education could be provided at state expense to foreign students in the Washington international exchange scholarship program, students from a neighboring state that offers reciprocal education benefits to Washington residents, and students that have been recruited for various student athlete programs.

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Assigned Number: 1148
Filed: 03/02/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Douglas Hiatt
Mr. Philip Waine Dawdy
Ms. Cydney Marie Justice Moore
Mr. Jeffrey Steinborn
Mr. Joseph L. Broadbent
Mr. Richard A. Smith
Mr. William L. McPeak Jr.

Public Contact Information:
3161 Elliott Ave. #340
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206.622.5117
sensiblewashington@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Dawdy on 3/2/2011"withdrawn" by sponsor on 3/14/2011



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Assigned Number: 1149
Filed: 03/02/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Douglas Hiatt
Mr. Philip Waine Dawdy
Ms. Cydney Marie Justice Moore
Mr. Jeffrey Steinborn
Mr. Joseph L. Broadbent
Mr. Richard A. Smith
Mr. William L. McPeak Jr.

Public Contact Information:
3161 Elliott Ave. #340
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: 206.622.5117
Fax: 206.622.3848
sensiblewashington@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1149 concerns marijuana.

This measure would remove existing state civil and criminal penalties regarding marijuana. It would create new criminal penalties regarding marijuana for persons under eighteen years and for adults who distribute marijuana to them.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would remove state civil and criminal penalties for the cultivation, possession, transportation, sale, or use of marijuana. It would create new criminal penalties for manufacture, delivery, sale or possession of marijuana by persons younger than eighteen years old, and for adults who distribute marijuana to them. Persons under eighteen would be permitted to possess marijuana obtained pursuant to a valid prescription. Certain penalties relating to drug paraphernalia would not apply to marijuana-related offenses.

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Assigned Number: 1150
Filed: 03/07/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1150 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles.

This measure would set $30 annual vehicle-license fees minus certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees, require voter approval to use “automatic ticketing cameras,” and limit fines issued with such cameras to the lowest parking fine.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would set $30 annual vehicle-license fees and direct that certain nonvoter-approved vehicle fees be subtracted to keep the fee at $30 annually. The measure would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” unless the local ordinance authorizing the cameras has been approved by voters, and specify the ballot title language for such elections. It would require removal of existing cameras not approved by voters. Fines from such cameras could not exceed the least expensive parking infraction.

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Assigned Number: 1151
Filed: 03/07/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1151 concerns tax and fee increases.

This measure would require sixty-seven percent legislative approval to raise taxes, fifty-one percent legislative approval to impose or increase fees, and the legislature to include a voter approval requirement when delegating revenue-raising authority.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require that any action by the legislature that raises taxes, as defined, be approved by either at least sixty-seven percent of both houses of the legislature or by the voters. It would require at least fifty-one percent approval of both houses of the legislature to impose or increase fees. It would provide that the legislature could only delegate revenue-raising authority if any increase would require voter approval before it could take effect.

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Assigned Number: 1152
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1152 concerns taxes.

This measure would end certain “tax subsidies,” as defined; require additional collected revenues be used solely to fund health care, as defined; and implement certain audit, tax subsidy evaluation, and fraud detection requirements.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would end certain “tax subsidies,” as defined, for payers of certain taxes including business and occupation taxes, retail sales taxes, and use taxes. Additional collected revenues would be transferred to a dedicated account and used solely to fund health care, as defined, with at least ninety percent used for direct care. The measure would require annual auditing of the dedicated account, biennial evaluation of tax subsidies, and hiring of five additional fraud investigators.

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Assigned Number: 1153
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1153 concerns taxes to fund health care and child care services.

This measure would fund certain health and child care services with revenues collected through additional taxes on the sale of cigarettes and liquor and through elimination of a sales tax exemption for nonresidents.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would establish a state health care and child care trust account funded by an additional tax of one dollar per pack on cigarette sales, an additional tax of one dollar per liter on the sale of spirits (hard liquor), and elimination of a sales tax exemption for nonresidents. It would require at least 90% of account funds to be spent on direct care, and require annual independent audits and hiring additional fraud investigators.

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Assigned Number: 1154
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1154 concerns taxes to fund health care and child care services.

This measure would fund restoring certain health and child care services to their 2009 levels with revenue collected through additional taxes on the sale of cigarettes and on the sale of hard liquor.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would establish a state health care and child care trust account funded by an additional tax of one dollar per pack on the sale of cigarettes and an additional tax of one dollar per liter on the sale of spirits (hard liquor), to restore funding to 2009 levels. It would require at least 90% of account funds to be spent on direct care, and require annual independent auditors and hiring additional fraud investigators.

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Assigned Number: 1155
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1155 concerns taxes to fund health care and child care services.

This measure would fund certain health and child care services with additional use tax on private jets, sales tax on specific listed services, and repealing sales tax exemptions for certain purchases by nonresidents.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would fund certain health and child care services with revenues from additional use tax on private jets and retail sales tax on elective cosmetic medical services and certain consumer services, as defined, and from repealing sales tax exemptions for certain purchases made by nonresidents. The measure would require at least 90% of trust account funds to be spent on direct care, require annual independent audits, and require the hiring of additional fraud investigators.

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Assigned Number: 1156
Filed: 03/01/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Knoll Lowney

Public Contact Information:
2317 E John St
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: 206.860.2976
knoll@igc.org

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1156 concerns taxes to fund health care and child care services.

This measure would fund certain health and child care services with revenues collected through use or sales taxes on certain goods and services and by capping tax deductions available to certain financial institutions.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would fund certain health and child care services with revenues collected from excise tax on private jets, retail sales tax on elective cosmetic medical services, repeal of sales tax exemptions for certain purchases by nonresidents, and a limit on maximum tax deductions available to banks and certain financial institutions. It would require at least 90% of funds to be spent on direct care, and require annual independent audits and hiring additional fraud investigators.

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Assigned Number: 1157
Filed: 03/17/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Stefan Sharkansky

Public Contact Information:
4509 Interlake Ave. N #293
Seattle, WA 98103
Phone: 206.451.7046
waliquorreform@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Filed 3/27/2011 by Mr. Sharkansky. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 5/24/2011



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Assigned Number: 1158
Filed: 03/23/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Kristopher Brannon

Public Contact Information:
P.O Box 6821
Tacoma, WA 98417
Phone: 253.988.2822
krisbrannon@sonicguy.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1158 concerns the official Washington State song.

This measure would change the official Washington state song from “Washington My Home” to “Not In Our House.” It would revert to “Washington My Home” after the state receives an NBA basketball franchise.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would change the official Washington state song from “Washington My Home” to “Not In Our House” by Sir-Mix-A-Lot. The official Washington state song would remain “Not In Our House” until a city in the state of Washington receives an NBA franchise basketball team. The state song would change back to “Washington My Home” upon the time of the franchise’s first home game in Washington.

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Assigned Number: 1159
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1159 concerns funding basic health, mental health, and long-term care services.

This measure would restore certain cuts to health care services by taxing private jets, extending the sales tax to nonresidents and certain services, and adding a 35¢ per-pack cigarette tax; adopts accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would restore certain cuts to the following health care services: long-term in-home care services for elderly and disabled persons, the basic health program, and community mental health direct care and services. Dedicated funding would be derived from taxing private jets, extending sales tax to nonresidents and certain services, and imposing an additional 35¢ per pack tax on cigarettes. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require performance audits of certain programs.

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Assigned Number: 1160
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1160 concerns funding basic health, mental health, and long-term care services.

This measure would restore certain cuts to health care services by extending the sales tax to nonresidents and certain services, and adding a 35¢ per-pack cigarette tax; adopts financial accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would restore certain cuts to the following health care services: long-term in-home care services for elderly and disabled persons, the basic health program, and community mental health direct care and services. Dedicated funding would be derived from extending the sales tax to nonresidents and certain services, and from imposing an additional 35¢ per pack tax on cigarettes. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require performance audits of certain programs.

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Assigned Number: 1161
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1161 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would reverse amendments to certain laws governing long-term care workers and providers, if any amendments are enacted in 2011; restore service hours cut from long-term in-home care; and adopt accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
If the legislature amends certain statutes governing long-term care for elderly and people with disabilities in 2011, this measure would reverse such amendments and reinstate prior law. It would restore the base hours of in-home care used to calculate service hours for recipients to 2010 levels, and prohibit reducing service hours except when based on individualized assessments. For the long-term in-home care program, it would provide independent audits, increase fraud investigation, and cap administrative expenses.

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Assigned Number: 1162
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1162 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would reverse amendments to certain laws governing long-term care workers and providers, if any amendments are enacted in 2011; and address financial accountability and expenses of the long-term in-home care program.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
If the legislature amends certain statutes governing long-term care for eligible elderly and people with disabilities in 2011, this measure would reverse such amendments and reinstate the prior law. For the long-term in-home care program, it would provide independent audits, increase fraud investigation, and cap administrative expenses.

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Assigned Number: 1163
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1163 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would reinstate background checks, training, and other requirements for long-term care workers and providers, if amended in 2011; and address financial accountability and administrative expenses of the long-term in-home care program.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
If the legislature amends certain statutes governing long-term care for eligible elderly and people with disabilities in 2011, this measure would reverse such amendments and reinstate the prior law. For the long-term in-home care program, it would provide independent audits, increase fraud investigation, and cap administrative expenses. It would also clarify that long-term care workers are covered by applicable law.

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Assigned Number: 1164
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1164 concerns funding long-term in-home care for eligible elderly and disabled persons.

This measure would partially reverse 2010 cuts to long-term in-home care services for elderly and disabled persons, provide funding by repealing the sales tax exemption for purchases by nonresidents, and adopt accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require the state to restore 70% of the amount cut from long-term in-home care service for elderly and disabled persons in December 2010, and provide that future reductions in care service hours reflect individualized assessments of a recipient’s needs. It would repeal the nonresident sales tax exemption and direct resulting revenue to the program providing such care. The measure would cap administrative expenses incurred by the program and require state performance audits.

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Assigned Number: 1165
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1165 concerns funding services for eligible senior citizens and persons with disabilities.

This measure would partially reverse 2010 cuts to senior citizen services and long-term in-home care services for elderly and disabled persons, and provide funding by repealing the sales tax exemption for nonresident purchases.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would add $1 million to the senior citizens services act budget and reverse 70% of certain December 2010 cuts to long-term in-home care for elderly and disabled. It would repeal the nonresident sales tax exemption and direct resulting revenue to fund those services. In-home care hours could not be reduced in the future without an individualized assessment of medical condition and need. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require state performance audits

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Assigned Number: 1166
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1166 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would reverse any 2011 amendments to certain laws governing long-term care workers and partially restore cuts to long-term in-home care services by extending sales taxes to nonresidents and debt collection services.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reverse any legislation enacted in 2011 that amends or repeals certain statutes governing criminal background checks, training, and certification requirements for long-term care workers serving elderly or disabled persons. It would direct that 60% of the December 2010 cuts to long-term in-home care hours be restored using revenue collected through extending sales taxes to nonresidents and debt collection services. It would prohibit class-wide reductions in hours, require audits, and cap administrative expenses.

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Assigned Number: 1167
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1167 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would partially restore cuts to long-term in-home care services by extending sales taxes to nonresidents and debt collection services; and reinstate background checks, training, and other requirements, if amended in 2011.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reverse any legislation enacted in 2011 that amends or repeals certain statutes governing criminal background checks, training, and certification requirements for long-term care workers serving elderly or disabled persons. It would direct that 65% of the December 2010 cuts to long-term in-home care hours be restored using revenue collected through extending sales taxes to nonresidents and debt collection services. It would prohibit class-wide reductions in hours, require audits, and cap administrative expenses.

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Assigned Number: 1168
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1168 concerns funding long-term in-home care for eligible elderly and disabled persons.

This measure would partially reverse 2010 cuts to long-term in-home care for elderly and disabled persons, fund such care by extending the sales tax to nonresidents and debt-collection services, and adopt accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reverse at least 85% of December 2010 cuts to state-funded hours of long-term in-home care for eligible elderly and disabled persons, and provide that future reductions in care hours reflect individualized assessments of a recipient’s needs. The measure would repeal the nonresident sales tax exemption and impose sales tax on debt collection services and direct resulting revenue to such care. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require state performance audits.

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Assigned Number: 1169
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1169 concerns funding services for eligible senior citizens and persons with disabilities.

This measure would partially reverse 2010 cuts to senior citizen services and long-term in-home care for elderly and disabled persons, and extend the sales tax to nonresidents and debt-collection services to provide funding.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would reverse at least 85% of December 2010 cuts to state-funded hours of long-term in-home care for elderly and disabled persons and restore $1 million to the senior citizen services act. Future reductions to in-home care would require individualized assessments. The measure would repeal the nonresident sales tax exemption and impose sales tax on debt-collection services and direct resulting revenue to provide funding. It would cap administrative expenses and require state performance audits

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Assigned Number: 1170
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1170 concerns funding mental health and long-term care services.

This measure would restore certain cuts to mental health and long-term care services, using revenue derived from extending the state sales tax to nonresidents, debt collection and advertising services; adopts financial accountability measures.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would restore certain cuts to the following health care services: long-term in-home care services for the elderly and disabled, and community mental health care services. The measure would generate revenue by repealing a sales tax exemption for nonresidents and extending the sales tax to debt collection and advertising services, and would place the revenue in a dedicated fund. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require performance audits of the programs.

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Assigned Number: 1171
Filed: 04/21/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1171 concerns funding health care services.

This measure would fund provision of certain health care services at their 2009 levels, using revenue derived from extending the state sales tax to nonresidents, to debt collection services, and to advertising services.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would fund provision of certain health care services at their 2009 levels: long-term in-home care services for the elderly and disabled, and the basic health program. The measure would generate revenue by repealing a sales tax exemption for nonresidents and extending the sales tax to debt collection services and advertising services, and would place the revenue in a dedicated fund. The measure would cap administrative expenses and require performance audits of certain programs.

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Assigned Number: 1172
Filed: 04/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1172 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits).

This measure would close state liquor stores; allow state licensing of private parties to sell spirits at retail in certain stores and to distribute spirits to retailers; and eliminate uniform wholesale wine pricing.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require closure of state liquor stores and sale of state liquor store and state distribution center assets. The state would issue licenses to private parties, including prior contract liquor stores, to sell spirits (hard liquor) at retail in stores meeting certain criteria, and to distribute spirits to retailers. Uniform wholesale wine pricing would be eliminated. The measure would establish spirits licensing fees and licensing fee distributions, and change taxes on spirit sales.

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Assigned Number: 1173
Filed: 04/12/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Arthur Lynch

Public Contact Information:
5827 Packard Ln Ne
Bainbridge, WA 98110
Phone: 206-842-1448


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1173 concerns presidential electors

This measure would allow an elector pledged to a presidential candidate to vote for other candidates, if the candidate to whom the elector is pledged lacks enough votes nationwide to win the election.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would allow a presidential elector who is pledged to a particular presidential candidate to vote for other candidates when states’ electors cast their ballots, if the candidate to whom the elector is pledged fails to gain the necessary overall nationwide vote total to win the election outright.

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Assigned Number: 1174
Filed: 04/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1174 concerns motor vehicles.

This measure would provide that “mandatory license tab fees” as defined may not exceed $30 per year, require voter approval for “automatic ticketing cameras,” and require removal of cameras not approved by voters.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide that “mandatory license tab fees” may not exceed $30 per year and specify that such fees do not include voter-approved taxes or voluntary state and local fees. The measure would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” for traffic violations, unless the local ordinance authorizing the cameras has been approved by voters. It would specify the ballot title language for elections regarding ticketing cameras and require removal of existing cameras not approved by voters.

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Assigned Number: 1175
Filed: 05/02/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1175 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would reinstate background checks, training, and other requirements for long-term care workers and providers, if amended in 2011; and address financial accountability and administrative expenses of the long-term in-home care program.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
If the legislature amends certain statutes governing long-term care for eligible elderly and people with disabilities in 2011, this measure would reverse such amendments and reinstate the prior law. For the long-term in-home care program, it would provide independent audits, increase fraud investigation, and cap administrative expenses. It would also clarify that long-term care workers are covered by applicable law.

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Assigned Number: 1176
Filed: 04/12/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1176 concerns long-term care workers and services for elderly and disabled people.

This measure would repeal and reenact background checks, training, and certain other requirements for long-term care workers and providers; and address financial accountability and administrative expenses of the long-term in-home care services program.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would repeal and reenact certain statutes governing long-term care for eligible elderly and people with disabilities, including criminal background checks and training requirements for long-term care workers. For the long-term in-home care program, it would provide independent audits, increase fraud investigation, and cap administrative expenses. It would also clarify that long-term care workers are covered by applicable law.



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Assigned Number: 1177
Filed: 05/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1177 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits).

This measure would close state liquor stores; allow state licensing of private parties to sell spirits at retail in certain stores and to distribute spirits to retailers; and eliminate uniform wholesale wine pricing.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would close state liquor stores and require sale of state liquor stores and its distribution center. The state would issue licenses to eligible private parties, including prior contract liquor stores, to sell spirits (hard liquor) at retail in stores meeting certain criteria, and to distribute spirits to retailers. Uniform wholesale wine pricing would be eliminated. The measure would establish spirits licensing fees and distribution of such fees, and change taxes on spirit sales.

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Assigned Number: 1178
Filed: 05/03/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1178 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits).

This measure would close state liquor stores; allow state licensing of private parties to sell spirits in certain stores and to distribute spirits to retailers; and eliminate uniform wholesale beer and wine pricing.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would close state liquor stores and require sale of state liquor stores and its distribution center. The state would license eligible private parties, including prior contract liquor stores, to sell spirits (hard liquor) at retail in stores meeting certain criteria, and to distribute spirits to retailers. Uniform wholesale beer and wine pricing would be eliminated. The measure would establish spirits licensing fees and distribution of such fees, and change taxes on spirit sales.

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Assigned Number: 1179
Filed: 05/06/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.8707
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1179 concerns motor vehicles.

This measure would provide that “mandatory vehicle license tab fees” as defined may not exceed $30 annually, require voter approval for “automatic ticketing cameras,” and require removal of cameras not approved by voters.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide that “mandatory vehicle license tab fees” may not exceed $30 per year and specify that such fees do not include voter-approved taxes or voluntary state and local fees. The measure would prohibit “automatic ticketing cameras” for traffic violations, unless the local ordinance authorizing the cameras was approved by voters. It would specify the ballot title language for elections regarding ticketing cameras and require removal of existing cameras not approved by voters.

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Assigned Number: 1180
Filed: 05/24/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA
Phone: 425.493.9127
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Eyman 5/24/2011. Withdrawn by sponsor 6/13/2011



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Assigned Number: 1181
Filed: 05/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-9127
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1181 concerns state taxes, fees, and other revenue.

This measure would require the legislature to specify fee increase amounts, limit use of revenue in dedicated accounts to the accounts’ statutory purposes, and restate certain laws governing tax increases and expenditure limits.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require fee increases to be set by the legislature as specific amounts, with certain exceptions. It would limit use of revenue deposited in dedicated accounts or funds to the statutory purpose for which the account or fund was created. It would restate requirements that tax increases receive either two-thirds legislative approval or voter approval and that fee increases receive majority legislative approval, and would restate certain requirements regarding the state expenditure limit.

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Assigned Number: 1182
Filed: 05/25/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425-493-9127
Fax: 425-493-1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Filed by Mr. Eyman 5/25/2011. Withdrawn by sponsor 6/13/2011



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Assigned Number: 1183
Filed: 05/20/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Bruce Beckett
Mr. John McKay

Public Contact Information:
6525 18th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 206.755.2122
Fax: 360.357.9232
privatizeliquor@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 1183 concerns liquor: beer, wine, and spirits (hard liquor).

This measure would close state liquor stores and sell their assets; license private parties to sell and distribute spirits; set license fees based on sales; regulate licensees; and change regulation of wine distribution.

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

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would close state liquor stores and sell their assets including the liquor distribution center. The state would license private parties to distribute spirits and to sell spirits in retail stores meeting certain criteria, subject to specified training and compliance requirements. The measure establishes licensing fees for sale and distribution of spirits based on the licensee’s sales revenues. It would change some wine distribution laws and allow non-uniform wholesale pricing for wine and spirits.

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Assigned Number: 1184
Filed: 06/02/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.9127
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Ballot Title
Filed on June 1, 2011 by Mr. Eyman. Withdrawn by sponsor on June 9, 2011



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Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 01/10/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Andrew Villeneuve

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 264
Redmond, WA 98073
Phone: (425) 310-2785
commonwealth@nwprogressive.org

Initiative Subject
tax preferences

Expired


Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 04/11/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Rhonda J Paul

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Expired




Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 04/11/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S, Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:


Ballot Title
Expired




Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 04/11/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Expired




Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 04/11/2011

Sponsors
Ms. Sharon Kitchel-Perdue

Public Contact Information:
33615 First Way S Ste A
Federal Way, WA 98003
Phone:
seattleknoll@gmail.com

Ballot Title
Expired




Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 06/02/2011

Sponsors
Mr. Tim Eyman
Mr. Leo J. Fagan
Mr. M.J. Fagan

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 18250
Spokane, WA 99228
Phone: 425.493.9127
Fax: 425.493.1027
jakatak@comcast.net

Initiative Subject
son of 1100a


Assigned Number: (not yet assigned)
Filed: 06/24/2011

Sponsors

Public Contact Information:
1115 South 39th St.
Tacoma, WA 98418
Phone: 253.473.1261
kpaulson2011@hotmail.com

Initiative Subject
protection orders