Initiatives to the Legislature

The following is a list of Initiatives to the Legislature filed with the Office of the Secretary of State.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.1A

(Brewers' Hotel Bill) Filed December 14, 1914. The 1915 Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 7, 1916 general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 48,354 Against - 263,390.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 1

District Power Measure) Filed on October 25, 1928. The 1929 Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 4, 1930 state general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 152,487 Against - 130,901. The act is now identified as Chapter 1, Laws of 1931.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 2

(Blanket Primary Ballot) Filed August 21, 1934. Passed by the legislature February 21, 1935. Now identified as Chapter 26, Laws of 1935.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 3

(Tax Free Homes) Filed August 25, 1934. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 4

(Unemployment Insurance) Filed September 5, 1934. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 5

(Prohibiting Fishing with Purse Seines) Filed November 20, 1934. Signatures were submitted and found insufficient to qualify the measure to be sent to the Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 6

(Legal Holiday on Saturday) Filed August 17, 1938. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 7

(Pension for the Blind) Filed October 7, 1938. Refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 8.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 8

Pension for the Blind) Filed October 10, 1938. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 9

(Relating to Intoxicating Liquor) Filed December 8, 1938. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 10

(Unicameral Legislature) Filed May 23, 1940. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 11

(Reapportionment of State Legislative Districts) Filed July 8, 1942. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 12

(Public Power Resources) Filed August 29, 1942. Passed by the Legislature February 17, 1943. Now identified as Chapter 15, Laws of 1943. Act invalidated through Referendum Measure No. 25.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 13

(Restricting Sales of Beer and Wine to State Liquor Stores) Filed August 23, 1946. Signatures were filed on January 3, 1947 and found sufficient. The 1947 Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 2, 1948 state general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 208,337 Against - 602,141.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 14

(Reapportionment of State Legislative Districts) Filed September 19, 1946 No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 15

(Establishing a Civil Service System for the Employees of the State of Washington) Filed October 16, 1946. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 16

(Providing for the Election of State Game Commissioners) Filed September 8, 1948. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 17

(Regulating Legislative Committee Hearings) Filed October 16, 1948. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 18

(Petitioning Congress to declare that it is the policy of the United States to live in peaceful coexistence with other nations) Filed September 3, 1952. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 19

Repealing the Subversive Activities Act) Filed September 19, 1952. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 20

(Legislative and Congressional Districting) Filed April 16, 1954. Refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 22.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 21

(Professional Practice Boards) Filed April 20, 1954. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 22

Legislative and Congressional Districting) Filed May 17, 1954. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 23

(Civil Service for Sheriff's Employees) Filed August 7, 1956. Signature petitions filed December 5, 1956 and found sufficient. The 1957 Legislature failed to take action and, as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 4, 1958 state general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 539,640 Against - 289,575.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 24

(An act relating to the protection of anadromous fishlife in the Columbia River) Filed on September 18, 1956. Signature petitions were filed on January 4, 1957. The requirement that the signatures must be equal to 8% of the vote for Governor had been approved by the voters in 1956. This computation set the necessary number at 90,319 valid signatures. Sponsors appealed to the State Supreme Court, however, the Secretary of State did not check signature petitions and the initiative was not certified to the 1957 Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 25

Dam Construction and Water Diversion) Filed April 3, 1958. Signature petitions were filed on January 2, 1959 and found sufficient. The 1959 Legislature failed to take action and, as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 8, 1960 state general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 526,130 Against - 483,449. Act is now identified as Chapter 4, Laws of 1961.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 26

Abolishing Capital Punishment) Filed March 10, 1960. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 27

(Restricting Federal Taxation and activities) Filed on June 27, 1960. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 28

(Civil Service for County Employees) Filed July 1, 1960. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 29

(Repealing Certain 1961 Tax Laws) Filed March 27, 1962 by the Citizens' Tax Revolt Group. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 30

(Reorganization of State Fisheries Department) Filed May 28, 1962 by the Washington State Sportsmen's Council. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 31

(Laws Regulating Courts, Judges, and Attorneys) Filed May 17, 1966 by Walter H. Philipp of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 32

(Local Processing of State Timber) Filed May 31, 1966 by the Committee for Full Employment in Washington. 136,181 signatures were filed on December 30, 1966 and found sufficient. The 1967 Legislature failed to take action and, as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 5, 1968 state general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 450,559 Against - 716,291.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 33

Filed July 1, 1966 by George A. Guilmet of Edmonds. This was a proposed memorial to Congress concerning "the ending of the war now being waged by the United States Government and its armed forces in Vietnam and Southeast Asia. " The Attorney General declined to write a ballot title.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 34

("Personal Effects" Tax Exemption) Filed March 20, 1968 by the Committee Against Unfair Personal Property Tax. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 35

(State Citizens--War and Taxes) Filed April 28, 1970 by the Seattle Liberation Front, William Edward Kononen, Initiative Circulation Chairman. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 36


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 37


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 38

(Certain Cities--Greyhound Racing Franchises) Filed July 31, 1970 by Herbert B. Shannon of Medina. 121,077 signatures were filed on December 31, 1970 and found insufficient to qualify the measure to be sent to the 1971 Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 39

(Licensing Dog Racing--Parimutuel Betting) Filed August 18, 1970 by Donald Nicholson and Dr. Lawrence Pirkle, Co-sponsors. 124,394 signatures were filed on December 31, 1970 and found insufficient to qualify the measure to be sent to the 1971 Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 40

(Litter Control Act) Filed August 20, 1970 by the Washington Committee to Stop Litter, Irving B. Stimpson, Secretary. 141,228 signatures were filed on December 30, 1970 and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 29, 1971. The Legislature passed an alternative measure, No. 40B, now identified as Chapter 307, Laws of 1971, 1st Ex. Session, which contained an emergency clause and became effective law upon approval of the Governor on May 21, 1971. However, as required by the state constitution, both measures were submitted to the voters at the November 7, 1972 state general election. The votes cast on the original measure and alternative proposal were as follows: For Either: 788,151 Against Both: 418,764 Prefer No. 40: 194,128 Prefer No. 40B: 798,931 As a consequence, Alternative Measure No. 40B prevailed which sustained Chapter 307, Laws of 1971, 1st Ex. Session, as law.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 41

(Public Schools--Certain Courses Curtailed) Filed September 4, 1970 by the Schools Belong To You Committee of the State of Washington, Dale R. Dorman, Chairman. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 42

(Regulating Shoreline Use and Development) Filed September 21, 1970 by the Washington Environmental Council. Refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 43.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 43

(Regulating Shoreline Use and Development) Filed September 25, 1970 by the Washington Environmental Council. 160,421 signatures were filed on December 31, 1970 and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 29, 1971. The Legislature passed an alternative measure No. 43B, now identified as Chapter 286, Laws of 1971, 1st Ex. Session, which became effective as of June 1, 1971. However, as required by the state constitution, both measures were submitted to the November 7, 1972 state general election. The votes cast on the original measure and the alternative proposal were as follows: For Either: 603,167 Against Both: 551,132 Prefer No. 43: 285,721 Prefer No. 43B: 611,748 As a consequence, Alternative Measure No. 43B prevailed which sustained Chapter 286, Laws of 1971, 1st Ex. Session, as law.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 44

(Statutory Tax Limitation--20 Mills) Filed October 15, 1970 by the 40-Mill Tax Limit Committee, Lester P. Jenkins, Secretary. 229,785 signatures were filed December 30, 1970 and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 29, 1971. The Legislature failed to take action and, as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 7, 1972 state general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 930,275 Against - 301,238. Act is now identified as Chapter 2, Laws of 1973.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 45

(Restoration of Law Prohibiting Hitchhiking) Filed July 10, 1972 by Mildred C. Trantow, President, Washington State Chapter of Pro America. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 46

(Restricting School District Excess Levies) Filed July 25, 1972 by Representative Paul Barden and Representative Vaughn Hubbard, Co-sponsors. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 47

(Shall public schools be prohibited from teaching either the theory of evolution or that of creation unless both are taught?) Filed April 3, 1974 by Ward E. Ellsworth. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 48

(Shall state financial support for public schools be greatly increased for 1975-77 and school district excess levies restricted after 1975?) Filed April 9, 1974 by the Committee for State School Support. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 49

(Shall an initiative be adopted declaring persons ineligible for election to given state offices for more than 12 consecutive years?) Filed July 5, 1974 by Senator Peter von Reichbauer. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 50

(Shall greyhound dog racing, with parimutuel betting, be permitted when licensed by a state commission and subject to its control?) Filed July 16, 1974 by Donald Nicholson. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 51

(Constitutional amendment-qualifications of legislators) Filed March 11, 1976 by Harley H. Hoppe of Mercer Island. Attorney General declined to prepare a ballot title.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 52

(Shall commercial fishing for or taking of food fish, crab or shrimp in Hood Canal be prohibited?) Filed April 15, 1976 by J. L. Parsons of Union. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 53

(Shall special levies be limited, and additional state support provided to most districts which approve such limited levies?) Filed April 21, 1976 by Representative Phyllis K. Erickson of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 54

(Shall an initiative be adopted prohibiting holding most state offices longer than twelve years and judicial offices past age 70?) Filed April 28, 1976 by Jack Metcalf of Langley. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 55

(Shall persons convicted of certain felonies be imprisoned for mandatory period of years?) Filed May 7, 1976 by Senator Kent Pullen of Kent. Refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 56.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 56

(Shall persons convicted of most felonies be imprisoned for a mandatory period of years?) Filed June 1, 1976 by Kent Pullen of Kent. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 57

(Shall an initiative be adopted providing that special legislative sessions, however convened, be limited to thirty days and specific subjects?) Filed July 14, 1976 by Harry Lewis of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 58

(Shall an initiative be adopted memorializing the legislature to impeach and remove King County Superior Court Judge Solie M. Ringold?) Filed July 14, 1976 by Paul O. Snyder of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 59

(Shall new appropriations of public water for non-public agricultural irrigation be limited to farms of 2,000 acres or less?) Filed August 16, 1976 by Ray Hill of Seattle. 191,012 signatures were filed and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 14, 1977. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 8, 1977 state general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 457,054 Against - 437,682.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 60

(Shall an initiative be adopted authorizing a legislator to convene a grand jury to consider allegations of improper judicial conduct?) Filed March 28, 1978 by Gerald P. Hanson of Maple Valley. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 61

(Shall a system requiring a minimum five cent refund on sales of beer, malt and carbonated beverage containers be established?) Filed May 1, 1978 by Steve Zemke of Seattle. 164,325 signatures were filed and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature in January, 1979. The 1979 Legislature failed to take action and, as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 4, 1979 state general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 380,247 Against - 517,177.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 62

(Shall state tax revenues be limited so that increases do not exceed the growth rate of total state personal income?) Filed June 1, 1978 by Ron Dunlap and Ellen Craswell of the Washington Tax Limitation Committee. 169,456 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 18, 1979. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the 1979 general election. It was approved by the following vote: For - 588,724 Against - 272,761.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 63

(Shall participation in the state militia and law enforcement units not be denied to persons by reason of physical handicaps?) Filed June 28, 1978 by Daniel M. Jones of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 64

(Relating to censuring, and calling a special election for the recall of United States Senators Henry M. Jackson and Warren G. Magnuson) Filed in June, 1978 by Victor Bonagofski of Centralia. The Attorney General declined to write a ballot title.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 65

(Shall state school levies be subject to the same six percent annual increase limit as other regular property tax levies?) Filed July 12, 1978 by Ron Dunlap and Ellen Craswell. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 66

(Shall the Consumer Protection Act be amended to provide trebled action damages in private actions and define specific unlawful acts?) Filed July 14, 1978 by Norman L. Bachert of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 67

(Shall an initiative be adopted providing for the recall of United States senators and representatives during legislatively called special elections?) Filed July 27, 1978 by Victor J. Bonagofski of Centralia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 68

(Shall property tax assessments be based on 1976 values, with certain exceptions and assessment increases limited to 2% per year.) Filed July 21, 1978 by Bruce Gould of Vancouver. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 69

(Shall single family dwellings and farm buildings be tax exempt, and state and local taxing and borrowing powers be restricted?) Filed July 26, 1978 by Gerald P. Hanson of Maple Valley. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 70

(Shall the rates of state sales and business taxes temporarily be reduced 22.2% and 25% respectively during the year 1980?) Filed August 11, 1978 by Paul Sanders of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 71

(Shall property taxes be based on 1976 values limited to 2% annual increases, and other property tax changes be enacted?) Filed August 16, 1978 by J. Van Self of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 72

(Shall state school levies be limited by 6% annual increases and disabled retirees or elderly property tax exemptions be increased?) Filed November 20, 1978 by Claude Oliver of Kennewick. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 73

(Shall government agencies, employees, and private individuals be prohibited from promoting certain sexual practices, and the age of consent raised?) Filed May 13, 1980 by David Estes of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 74

(Shall there be mandatory minimum prison sentences for certain felonies, expanded concealed weapons' permits and state preemption of firearms' regulation?) Filed July 31, 1980 by Kent Pullen of Kent. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 75

(Shall the Crime Victims Compensation Act be extended to crimes committed after July 1, 1981, and its coverage be broadened?) Filed September 4, 1981 by Manuel E. Costa of Marysville. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 76

(Shall the legislature petition Congress to amend the Constitution, or call a constitutional convention, to require a balanced federal budget?) Filed March 12, 1982 by Harry Erwin Truitt of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 77

(Shall public employee compensation be reduced or frozen if state expenditures exceed revenues or new taxes are imposed or authorized?) Filed March 22, 1982 by Glenn Blubaugh of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 78

(Shall the present state owned and operated liquor distribution system be abolished and replaced with licensed privately owned liquor dealers?) Filed May 27, 1982 by Robert J. Corcoran of Puyallup. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 79

(Shall employers have the option, effective July 1, 1984, of securing private insurance to meet the state requirements for workmen's compensation?) Filed September 29, 1982 by Richard M. Farrow of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 80

(Unemployment Insurance) Filed September 29, 1982 by Richard C. King of Seattle. Initiative withdrawn by the sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 81

(Political Contributions) Filed September 29 by R. M. (Dick) Bond of Spokane. Initiative withdrawn by the sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 82

(Public Purchasing) Filed September 29, 1982 by Priscilla K. Stockner of Puyallup. Initiative withdrawn by the sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 83

(Shall the 1983-85 state general operating budget be limited by statute to a maximum of 109% of the 1981-83 budget?) Filed September 29, 1982 by Charles I. McClure of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 84

(Shall state policies regarding natural resource management, Indian rights, federal court decisions, and the expenditure of state funds be enacted?) Filed April 29, 1983 by John B. Mitchum of Mount Vernon. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 85

(Shall the legislature be directed to petition Congress to call a convention to propose a balanced federal budget constitutional amendment?) Filed June 1, 1983 by James R. Medley of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 86

(Shall the legislature submit a state constitutional amendment requiring taxes be approved by voters and full funding of retirement systems?) Filed on August 17, 1984 by James L. King, Jr. of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 87

(Shall juvenile diversion agreements require home or nonsecurity residency or placement in secure facilities if a juvenile thereafter runs away?) Filed on October 19, 1984 by Theresa J. Green of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 88

(Shall candidates for legislative and state executive offices be prohibited from receiving more than specified maximum campaign contributions and loans?) Filed on March 25, 1985 by Roger J. Douglas of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 89

(Shall candidates for legislative and state executive offices be prohibited from receiving more than specified maximum campaign contributions and loans?) Filed on June 20, 1985 by James L. King, Jr. of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 90

(Shall sales and use taxes be increased, 1/8th of 1%, to fund comprehensive fish and wildlife conservation and recreation programs?) Filed on July 22, 1985 by John C. McGlenn of Seattle. 211,299 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 24, 1986. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 4, 1986 general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 493,794 Against - 784,382.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 91

(Shall the state administered workers industrial insurance compensation system be modified and employers be granted the option of privately insuring?) Filed on August 9, 1985 by Donald D. Eldridge of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 92

(Shall it be a consumer protection violation for doctors treating Medicare eligible patients to charge more than Medicare's reasonable charges?) Filed on March 31, 1986 by Lars Hennum of Seattle. 219,716 signatures were submitted and were found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 15, 1987. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 3, 1987 state general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 315,792 Against - 572,813.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 93

(Shall courts be authorized to require that convicted felons after release from prison be subject to restrictions and state supervision.) Filed on May 5, 1986 by Stuart A. Halsan of Centralia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 94

(Shall conviction for possessing more than five ounces of, or selling, "dangerous drugs" result in at least five years imprisonment?) Filed on August 22, 1986 by Clyde Ballard of East Wenatchee. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 95

(Shall denturists be licensed, dental hygenists' activities be expanded, and both be permitted to function without supervision of a dentist?) Filed on April 17, 1987 by Kenneth S. MacPherson of Redmond. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 96

(Cleanup of Toxic Waste) Filed on July 16, 1987 by David A. Bricklin of Seattle. Initiative refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 97.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 97

(Shall a hazardous waste cleanup program, partially funded by a 7/10 of 1% tax on hazardous substances, be enacted?) Filed on August 13, 1987 by Christine Platt of Olympia. 215,505 signatures were submitted and were found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 8, 1988. The Legislature passed Alternative Measure No. 97B. As required by the state constitution both measures were submitted to the voters at the November 8, 1988 general election. The votes cast on the original measure and the alternative proposal were as follows: For Either: 1,307,638 Against Both: 224,286 Prefer No. 97: 860,835 Prefer No. 97B: 676,469 The act is now identified as Chapter 2, Laws of 1989.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 98

(Shall conversations concerning controlled drugs be recordable with one party's consent and limited court use of unauthorized recordings be permitted?) Filed on April 1, 1988 by Frank Kanekoa of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 99

(Shall a state presidential preference primary election determine each presidential candidate's percentage of delegates to major party national conventions?) Filed on April 24, 1988 by Ross E. Davis of Seattle and Joe E. Murphy of Seattle. 202,872 signatures were submitted and were found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 6, 1989 and it was passed by the Legislature on March 31, 1989. The act is now identified as Chapter 4, Laws of 1989.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 100

(Shall private property rights be a compelling state interest restricting eminent domain, state agreements with governments, and some agency rules?) Filed on April 11, 1988 by Neil Amondson of Centralia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 101

(Shall mandatory minimum jail sentences be required for some drug offenses including possessing materials or equipment to illegally manufacture drugs?) Filed on May 5, 1988 by James K. Linderman of Yacolt. No signature petitions were submitted for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 102

(Shall the state support of children and family services, including some education programs, be increased by $360,000,000 in new taxes?) Filed on June 24, 1988 by Jon LeVeque of Seattle. 217,143 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 20, 1989. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 7, 1989 general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 349,357 Against - 688,782.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 103

(Shall rent increases in mobile home parks be prohibited until June 30, 1990 and thereafter increases would require a state board's approval?) Filed on July 8, 1988 by Shirley J. Johnson of Everett. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 104

(Shall proposed thermal power plants be required to demonstrate that their operation will not increase carbon dioxide in the atmosphere?) Filed on August 22, 1988 by Allen W. Hayward of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 105

(Regarding attorneys as members of the Legislature) Filed on July 20, 1988 by Eugene Goosman of Seattle. Attorney General declined to write a ballot title on the grounds that the initiative proposed to amend the constitution


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 106

(Shall the state issue tax obligation bonds and use the proceeds for consumer grants, state projects, reinvestment and bond expenses?) Filed on August 23, 1988 by Steven A. Tracy of Longview. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 107

(Shall new limitations be imposed upon the adoption of state and local rules and ordinances restricting property rights of landowners?) Filed on September 12, 1988 by Ellen Pickell of Hoquiam and Neil Amondson of Centralia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 108

(Shall a toll bridge connecting Bainbridge Island to land east of Bremerton be financed by $22,000,000 and general obligation bonds?) Filed on September 29, 1988 by T. H. Tees of Bremerton. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 109

(Shall women considering abortion be advised by the physician of their opportunity to receive certain information about abortion and alternatives?) Filed on April 19, 1989 by Mike Padden of Spokane. The sponsor submitted 153,619 signatures for checking and they were found insufficient to qualify the measure to be certified to the Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 110

(Regarding a mandatory sentence for the manufacture or sale of narcotics.) Filed on April 3, 1989 by James Linderman, Sr. of Yacolt. This initiative was withdrawn and refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 111.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 111

(Shall mandatory minimum jail sentences and fines be required for certain drug offenses and other drug maximum sentences be increased?) Filed on May 10, 1989 by James K. Linderman, Sr. of Yacolt. No signature petitions were submitted for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 112

(Shall the State regulate oil refiners' prices, rates, services and practices dealing with, or charged to, retail motor fuel outlets?) Filed on May 25, 1989 by Timothy Hamilton of McCleary. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 113

(Shall certain drug offenses have mandatory jail sentences, other drug sentences increased, and penalties paid to local jurisdiction drug funds?) Filed on June 23, 1989 by James K. Linderman, Sr. of Yacolt. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 114

(Regarding the burning or defacing of the American flag.) Filed on June 30, 1989 by Carl R. Barbee of Seattle. The Attorney General declined to write a ballot title.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 115

(Shall the state and local tax rates on commercial and residential buildings and new construction be reduced at least 50%?) Filed on July 11, 1989 by Charles Caussey of Spokane. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 116

(Shall child support laws be revised, including a disregarding of parents' income in fixing a schedule for child support payments?) Filed on August 21, 1989 by William Harrington of Lynnwood. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 117

(Shall political contributions be limited regarding amount, timing and residency of contributors, and elected officials restricted on mailings and honoraria?) Filed on September 12, 1989 by Robert E. Adams of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 118

(Shall state and local tax rates, fees and charges be reduced to January 1, 1990 rates, and increases require 60% voter approval?) Filed on March 14, 1990 by Judith Anderson of Bush Prairie. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 119

(Shall adult patients who are in a medically terminal condition be permitted to request and receive from a physician aid-in-dying?) Filed on March 14, 1990 by Bradley K. Robinson of Seattle. 218,327 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 8, 1991. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 5, 1991 general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 701,808 Against - 810,623.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 120

(Shall state abortion laws be revised, including declaring a woman's right to choose physician performed abortion prior to fetus viability?) Filed on April 2, 1990 by Lee Minto of Seattle. 242,004 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 8, 1991. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 5, 1991 general election. The measure was approved by the following vote: For - 756,812 Against - 752,590.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 121

(Shall mandatory minimum jail sentences and fines be required for certain drug offenses and other drug maximum sentences be increased?) Filed on April 17, 1990 by James K. Linderman of Yacolt. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 122

(Shall jurors be advised they could consider the merits of laws and the wisdom of applying laws to a defendant?) Filed on April 19, 1990 by Richard Shepard of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 123

(Shall constitutional impact statements be required before adopting or implementing governmental policies which effect a taking or deprivation of property?) Filed on May 11, 1990 by Merrill H. English of Dayton. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 124

(Shall changes be made relating to real property taxes, including valuing property at its purchase price and any improvement costs?) Filed on May 30, 1990 by Karl Thun of Graham. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 125

(Shall private vehicles be required to purchase automobile insurance from a newly created state administrated program, and $200,000,000 be appropriated?) Filed on August 1, 1990 by Edward G. Patton of Yakima. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 126

(Shall political contributions be limited regarding amount, timing, and contributor's voting residence and elected officials mailings and honoraria be restricted?) Filed on August 9, 1990 by Robert E. Adams of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 127

(Shall property value for tax purposes be, the January 1, 1985 value or subsequent sales price, with future cost of living adjustments?) Filed on August 14, 1990 by Marijcke V. Clapp of Seattle. The initiative was refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 129.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 128

(Shall mandatory minimum jail sentences and fines be required for certain drug offenses and other drug maximum sentences be increased?) Filed on August 21, 1990 by James K. Linderman of Yacolt. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 129

(Shall property value for tax purposes be the January 1, 1985 value or subsequent sales price, adjusted for cost of living changes?) Filed on September 12, 1990 by Marijcke V. Clapp of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 130

(Shall real property be assessed at 70% of true and fair value and increases in property tax rates be limited?) Filed on August 29, 1990 by Pam Roach of Auburn. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 131

(Shall mandatory minimum prison sentences and fines be required for certain drug offenses and some maximum drug sentences be increased?) Filed on March 18, 1991 by James K. Linderman, Sr. of Yacolt. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 132

(Shall no strike pledges be required in all teaching contracts at state-supported institutions of learning and violations cause employment terminations?) Filed on April 16, 1991 by Glenn L. Blubaugh of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 133

(Shall there be restrictions on contributions to legislators, state officials and candidates, and on other campaign related activities and financing?) Filed on April 29, 1991 by Arthur Wuerth of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 134

(Shall campaign contributions be limited; public funding of state and local campaigns be prohibited; and campaign related activities be restricted?) Filed on June 7, 1991 by Carl R. Erickson of Olympia. 227,060 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 29, 1992. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 3, 1992 general election. The measure was approved by the following vote: For - 1,539,297 Against - 576,161.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 135

(Shall a transaction tax, not exceeding 1%, levied on the transfers of money and property replace present state authorized taxes?) Filed on June 24, 1991 by Clarence P. Keating of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 136

(Shall cannabis (marijuana) be legalized for adults and taxed; amnesty provided for prior cannabis convictions, and cannabis testing be prohibited?) Filed on June 24, 1991 by Kevin Clark Keyes of Bellingham. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 137

(Shall inmates with indeterminative sentences change to determinative sentences, and sentences which are outside the standard sentencing range be reviewed?) Filed on August 7, 1991 by Carrie D. Roth of Kent. This measure was refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 139.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 138

(Shall private vehicles be required to have automobile insurance purchased from a new state administrated program, and $200,000,000 be appropriated?) Filed on August 12, 1991 by Ed G. Patton of Yakima. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 139

(Shall the criminal sentences for offenses committed prior to July 1, 1984 be changed; and the Indeterminate Sentencing Review Board be abolished?) Filed on October 29, 1991 by Carrie D. Roth of Kent. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 140

(Shall the Legislature be directed to vote on whether Washington should request Congress to propose a balanced budget constitutional amendment?) Filed on April 29, 1992 by Dianne E. Campbell of Woodinville. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 141

(Shall a cost controlled health benefits system, publicly and privately financed, as designed by the Governor, cover all state residents?) Filed on June 11, 1992 by Dennis Braddock of Bellingham. The sponsor submitted 159,308 signatures for checking and they were found insufficient to qualify the measure to be submitted to the 1993 Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 142

(Shall circumcision of a minor without the minor's consent be a crime and a civil action for damages be provided?) Filed on June 17, 1992 by Theodore Pong of Kirkland. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 143

(Shall a transaction tax, not exceeding 1% be charged for receiving property or money, and state authorized taxes be repealed?) Filed on June 23, 1992 by Clarence P. Keating of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 144

(Shall state and local tax levy rates on commercial and residential buildings, including new construction, be reduced by 50 percent?) Filed on July 20, 1992 by Charles Caussey of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 145

(Shall the sale of cigarettes and other tobacco products be restricted to only state liquor stores and licensed tobacco shops?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 146

(Shall state law declare tobacco to be an addictive drug with adverse health consequences and should tobacco use be discouraged?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 147

(Shall it be criminal to sell or supply cigarettes or tobacco to persons under 21, whose possession would be unlawful?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 148

(Shall a 100% tax be imposed on the price of cigarettes and tobacco products for health care and tobacco education?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 149

(Shall retail stores selling food, gasoline or medications be prohibited from selling cigarettes and tobacco products and penalties be provided?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 150

(Shall cigarette and tobacco advertising be prohibited in or on any building or vehicle supported by state or local taxes?) Filed on October 9, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 151

(Shall cigarette wholesalers and retailers be prohibited from selling unpackaged cigarettes either singly or in groups of less than twenty?) Filed on October 27, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 152

(Shall retail sales of cigarettes and tobacco products be made only by state liquor stores and licensed specialty tobacco shops?) Filed on October 29, 1992 by Susan Lee Mercer of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 153

(Shall state agencies relating to natural resources and outdoor recreation be merged under the responsibility of the public lands commissioner?) Filed on March 12, 1993 by John L. Frost of Tumwater. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 154

(Relating to the support of children) Filed on May 27, 1993 by Michael A. Frederick of Seattle. No ballot title was written


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 155

(Shall prosecutors be required to strictly adhere to the statutory prosecuting standards, and shall their duties regarding arrests be modified?) Filed on July 27, 1993 by Donald E. Jewett of Langley. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 156

(Shall public schools be required to provide instruction from the Bible as a basis for values, morals and character development?) Filed on March 9, 1994 by Edward "Randy " McLeary of Kent. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 157

(Shall the State assume control of the sale, and impose new regulations on possession of all ammunition in the State?) Filed on March 9, 1994 by David L. Ross of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 158

(Shall the code reviser be directed to provide copies of uncodified portions of this and other acts to individual legislators?) Filed on March 25, 1994 by Lawrence Allred of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 159

(Shall penalties and sentencing standards be increased for crimes involving a firearm, and sentences and plea agreements be public records?) Filed on April 8, 1994 by David LaCourse, Jr. of Mercer Island. 235,993 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 23, 1995 and was passed by the Legislature on April 21, 1995. The act is now identified as Chapter 129, Laws of 1995.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 160

(Shall the State apply to Congress for a constitutional convention to replace Congressional voting power with direct popular voting?) Filed on March 29, 1994 by William R. Walker of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 161

(Shall libraries be fully subject to chapter 9.68 RCW, which requires labelling erotic material and restricts its distribution to minors?) Filed on April 6, 1994 by Stephen W. Mosier of Brush Prairie. The initiative was withdrawn by the sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 162

(Shall local taxing districts be required, before incurring any debt, to obtain voter assent at a primary or general election?) Filed on April 26, 1994 by Dave C. McGregor of Seattle. The initiative was refiled as Initiative to the Legislature No. 163.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 163

(Shall additional limits be placed on the authority of counties, cities, and towns, and certain other municipalities to incur debt?) Filed on June 6, 1994 by Dave C. McGregor of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 164

(Shall government be restricted in land use regulation and required to pay for property value reductions attributable to certain regulations?) Filed on August 2, 1994 by Dan W. Wood of Hoquiam. 231,723 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 13, 1995 and was passed by the Legislature on April 19, 1995. The act is now identified as Chapter 98, Laws of 1995. Referendum Measure #48 was subsequently filed against Initiative #164 and was submitted to the voters at the November 7, 1995 general election. Referendum #48 was rejected by the following vote: For - 544,788 Against - 796,869. As a consequence, Chapter 98, Laws of 1995 did not become law.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 165

(Shall the uniform health care benefits package be required to include all licensed forms of health care, and made optional?) Filed on August 25, 1994 by Harold Mills of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 166

(Shall government be prohibited from according rights or protections based on sexual orientation, and schools from presenting homosexuality as acceptable?) Filed on March 8, 1995 by Peg O. Bronson of Lake Stevens. No signatures were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 167

(Shall government be prohibited from placing children for adoption or foster care with any homosexuals or with cohabitating unmarried partners?) Filed on March 8, 1995 by Samuel P. Woodard, Sr. of Ariel. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 168

(Shall certain laws be repealed which restrict or tax the transportation, sale, possession, or carrying of firearms, with certain exceptions?) Filed on March 8, 1995 by Samuel P. Woodard, Sr. of Ariel. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 169

(Shall the state pay tuition aid for primary and secondary students to attend private or public schools of their choice?) Filed on March 8, 1995 by Ronald W. Taber of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 170

(Shall the State apply to Congress for a constitutional convention to replace Congressional voting power with direct popular voting? Filed on March 28, 1995 by William R. Walker of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 171

(Shall the department of social and health services' authority to investigate complaints of child neglect, abuse, or abandonment be repealed?) Filed on April 11, 1995 by Kenneth E. Gragsone of Everett. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 172

(Shall state and local government be prohibited from granting "preferential treatment" based on race, sex, ethnic or sexual minority status?) Filed on April 18, 1995 by Ronald W. Taber of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 173

(Shall the state pay scholarship vouchers for primary and secondary students to attend voucher-redeeming private or public schools of choice?) Filed on April 18, 1995 by Ronald W. Taber of Olympia. 241,434 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on February 5, 1996. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 5, 1996 general election. The measure was rejected by the following vote: For - 775,281 Against - 1,406,433.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 174

(Shall DSHS be required to use multi-disciplinary teams in certain types of cases involving actual or potential serious child abuse?) Filed on May 3, 1995 by Kenneth E. Gragsone of Everett. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 175

(Shall registered nurses licensed for ten years or more be authorized to practice medicine?) Filed on June 6, 1995 by Paul Keister of Pasco. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 176

(Shall juveniles of age fourteen or older who are charged with committing a crime while in possession of a weapon be tried as adults?) Filed on July 13, 1995 by Richard E. Woodrow of Lynnwood. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 177

(Shall voters be authorized to create "renewed" school districts where nonprofit organizations may operate publicly-funded "independent" public schools with parental choice and revised state regulation?) Filed on July 17, 1995 by James R. Spady of Seattle. 248,482 signatures were submitted and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 30, 1996. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 5, 1996 general election. It was rejected by the following vote: For - 762,367 Against - 1,380,816.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 178

(Shall property tax values be frozen at their 1995 levels, plus a maximum two percent annual inflation, and annual tax levy increases be gradually reduced?) Filed on August 2, 1995 by Steven R. Hargrove of Poulsbo. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 179

(Shall video lottery terminals be authorized at the option of each city and county, as defined by this measure and regulated by the gambling commission?) Filed on October 11, 1995 by Robert F. Gault of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 180

(Shall state revenue be reduced by lowering certain business and occupation taxes, revising insurance company premium tax credits, and limiting the state property tax levy?) Filed on October 12, 1995 by Michael V. Wolfe of Lacey. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 181

(Shall video lottery terminals be authorized at the option of each city and county, as defined by this measure and regulated by the gambling commission?) Filed on October 23, 1995 by Vito T. Chiechi of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 182

(Shall Easter Sunday, the day after Easter Sunday, and the day after Christmas Day be made legal holidays in the State of Washington?) Filed on October 12, 1995 by Melody R. Hegwald of Everett. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 183

(Shall video lottery terminals be authorized at the option of each city and county, as defined by this measure and regulated by the gambling commission?) Filed on October 26, 1995 by Vito T. Chiechi of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 184

(Shall property tax values be frozen at their 1995 levels, plus a maximum two percent annual inflation, and annual tax levy increases be gradually reduced?) Filed on March 13, 1996 by Steven R. Hargrove of Poulsbo. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 185

(Shall the State of Washington apply to Congress for a constitutional convention to consider abolishing Congressional voting in favor of direct balloting by the people?) Filed on March 14, 1996 by William R. Walker of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 186

(Shall an office of state inspector general be created to investigate and challenge incorrect or unjust governmental practices and enforce fair business practices by licensees?) Filed on March 13, 1996 by Mx. T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 187

(Shall a 60-day waiting period be required before a marriage is performed, and waiting periods required before a marriage with minor children may be dissolved?) Filed on March 13, 1996 by Bill Harrington of Tacoma. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 188

(Shall marine water protection programs be extended, oil spill prevention increased and funded by oil shipment taxes, offshore oil-drilling banned, and salmon habitat incentives offered?) Filed on March 27, 1996 by Jeffrey D. Parsons of Tumwater. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 189

(Shall additional limits and restrictions be placed on contributions to political campaigns and ballot measures from corporations, businesses, political parties, political committees, and individuals?) Filed on March 19, 1996 by Roger Kluck of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 190

(Shall all persons buying, selling, distributing or possessing a firearm or ammunition in Washington be required to have a valid firearm and ammunition safety license?) Filed on March 27, 1996 by Scott S. Carpenter of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 191

(Shall an office of state inspector general be created to investigate complaints of malfeasance or abuse by government agencies and business licensees?) Filed on April 4, 1996 by Mx. T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 192

(Shall every health insurance plan be required to cover the services of all licensed podiatrists, chiropractors, naturopaths, optometrists, osteopaths, pharmacists, physicians and psychologists?) Filed on April 4, 1996 by John C. Peick of Issaquah. 188,967 signatures were submitted and found insufficient to qualify the measure to be submitted to the 1997 Legislature.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 193

(Shall the English language be declared the state's only official language for the conduct of all business by state and local government, with limited exceptions?) Filed on April 19, 1996 by James L. Morrison of Yakima. No signature petitions were submitted for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 194

(Shall persons convicted of certain sex crimes involving children be sentenced to life imprisonment without parole plus a fine of no less than $100,000?) Filed on May 29, 1996 by Christopher P. Clifford of Renton. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 195

(Shall the state repeal all existing state taxes, and levy instead a 1% tax on all transfers of property and a temporary 1% property tax?) Filed on June 27, 1996 by Clarence P. Keating, Jr. of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 196

Shall taxes on property used as the owner's principal residence be limited, state taxes on such properties be eliminated, and assessment based on "adjusted value"?) Filed on March 19, 1997 by Donald Carter of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 197

(Shall the industrial, medicinal, and personal use of hemp (cannabis or marijuana) be permitted under some conditions, taxed, and regulated by the liquor control board?) Filed on March 12, 1997 by Thomas A. Rohan of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 198

(Shall an Office of State Inspector General be created to investigate complaints of abuse by government agencies, and to enforce fair and ethical business practices?) Filed on March 19, 1997 by Maximus T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 199

(Shall registered nurses who have been licensed for ten or more years be authorized to practice medicine?) Filed on March 25, 1997 by Paul Keister of Pasco. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 200

(Shall government be prohibited from discriminating or granting preferential treatment based on race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin in public employment, education, and contracting?) Filed on March 26, 1997 by Scott Smith and Tim Eyman of Seattle. 280,511 signatures were filed and found sufficient. The measure was certified to the Legislature on January 21, 1998. The Legislature failed to take action, and as provided by the state constitution, the measure was submitted to the voters at the November 3, 1998 general election. The measure was approved by the following vote: For - 1,099,410 Against - 788,930.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 201

(Shall the state's ad valorem property tax for the support of the common schools be repealed, beginning with the 1998 tax levy?) Filed on March 25, 1997 by Paul Keister of Pasco. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 202

(Shall state officials be subject to new salary limitations, enhanced liability for wasted funds, and wrongful conduct, and shall citizen panels conduct employment security hearings?) Filed on April 11, 1997 by Patrick M. Crawford of Littlerock. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 203

(Shall the State apply to Congress to call a federal constitutional convention to consider proposed constitutional amendments calling for nationwide electronic voting on certain matters?) Filed on April 3, 1997 by William Walker of Auburn. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 204

(Shall officials be subject to new salary limitations, increased liability for wrongful conduct, and polygraph examinations, and shall citizen panels conduct employment security hearings?) Filed on April 28, 1997 by Patrick M. Crawford of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 205

(Shall an office of state inspector general be created to investigate complaints of government malfeasance, unethical business practices, and judicial abuses?) Filed on April 14, 1997 by Maximus T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 206

(Shall certain state laws regulating land use and development, including laws governing growth management, land use permit decisions, and regional transportation planning be repealed?) Filed on July 1, 1997 by James L. Morrison of Yakima. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 207

(Shall public education be exempt from spending limit and tax increase conditions of Initiative 601, appropriations be made, and public education laws be revised?) Filed on June 30, 1997 by Kaye M. Pethe and Daniel A. Decker of Lake Forest Park. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 208

(Shall a youth athletic facilities council be created to prepare a statewide plan to develop youth athletic facilities, encourage regional coordination, and administer grant programs?) Filed on September 16, 1997 by Malcolm S. Sotebeer of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 209

(Shall the State apply to Congress for a federal constitutional convention, for the purpose of considering constitutional amendments on national electronic voting, and other business?) Filed on March 12, 1998 by William R. Walker of Auburn. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 210

(Shall government officials be subject to new salary limitations, increased liability for misconduct, and mandatory polygraph examinations, and shall citizen panels conduct employment security hearings?) Filed on March 25, 1998 by Patrick M. Crawford of Littlerock. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 211

(Shall the state of Washington recognize out-of-state concealed pistol licenses issued to non-residents, provided the license meets specific requirements, including criminal and mental background checks?) Filed on April 23, 1998 by Alan M. Gottlieb of Bellevue. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 212

(Shall taxes on property used as the owner's principal residence be limited, state taxes on such properties be eliminated, and assessment based on "adjusted value"?) Filed on May 22, 1998 by Donald W. Carter of Olympia. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 213

(Shall it be unlawful to install cameras in dressing rooms, hotel or motel rooms, and certain other private areas, with exceptions described in the measure?) Filed on June 17, 1998 by Thomas E. Bader of Redmond. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 214

(Shall the state school property tax levy be halved and then eliminated, and shall governments be required to use condemnation to restrict certain property uses?) Filed on June 29, 1998 by Daniel W. Wood of Hoquiam. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 215

(Shall state property taxes for schools be halved and then eliminated, and governments required to use negotiation or condemnation for "open space" requirements on property?) Filed on July 27, 1998 by Daniel W. Wood of Hoquiam. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 216

(Shall Washington residents who have been found to have committed bias/hate offenses be required to register with the sheriff in the county where they live?) Filed on July 2, 1998 by J. Craig Church of Port Townsend. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 217

(Shall state school property taxes be gradually eliminated, funds earmarked for public education, and governments required to negotiate and purchase "open space" restrictions on property?) Filed on August 3, 1998 by Daniel W. Wood of Hoquiam. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 218

(Shall the license tab fee for all motor vehicles be $30 per year, and shall existing motor vehicle excise taxes and licensing fees be repealed?) Filed on September 8, 1998 by Timothy D. Eyman of Mukilteo. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 219

(Shall license tab fees be $30 per year for motor vehicles, existing motor vehicle taxes be repealed, and voter approval be required for tax increases?) Filed on October 8, 1998 by Timothy D. Eyman of Mukilteo. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 220

(Shall government officials be subject to limitations on salary, criminal prosecution with no limitation period, loss of pension rights for misconduct, and mandatory polygraph examinations?) Filed on March 23, 1999 by Patrick M. Crawford of Littlerock. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 221

(Shall the Office of State Inspector General be created, with authority to conduct hearings, order corrective action, levy fines for wrongdoing, and revise government decisions?) Filed on March 15, 1999 by Maximus T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 222

(Shall the existing state expenditure limit be replaced by a new state revenue limit, calculated each year and based on changes in state personal income?) Filed on April 7, 1999 by Alan Merson of Bainbridge Island. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 223

(Shall the state apply to Congress to convene a federal constitutional convention to consider an amendment allowing referendums on federal legislative, executive, and judicial acts?) Filed on May 12, 1999 by William R. Walker of Auburn. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 224

(Shall the Office of State Inspector General be created, with authority to conduct hearings, order corrective action, levy fines, and resolve conflicts concerning government action?) Filed on May 13, 1999 by Maximus T. Englerius of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 225

(Shall public schools allow prayer and bible reading, and shall they provide religious teaching that God created the world and of values taught by God?) Filed on June 14, 1999 by Deborah Lynn Berkley of Yakima. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 226

(Relating to taxes) Filed on July 16, 1999 by Dave C. McGregor of Seattle. The initiative was withdrawn by the sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 227

(Shall a statewide health insurance plan be created, available to all state residents, and shall certain requirements be imposed on public and private health plans?) Filed on July 29, 1999 by Raleigh K. Stitt of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 228

(Shall voter approval be required for any state or local tax increases, and shall a $500 credit be provided for each parcel of real property?) Filed on August 10, 1999 by Dave C. McGregor of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 229

(Shall the cultivation and use of cannabis (marijuana) be legalized, and shall cannabis be sold, taxed, and regulated by a cannabis and liquor control commission?) Filed on August 2, 1999 by Flonie Green of Seattle. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 230

(Shall the state property tax be phased-out using immediate reductions and excess revenues; property tax levies be further limited; and certain homeowner tax deferrals provided?) Filed on October 5, 1999 by Gerald D. Schaefer of Aberdeen. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 231

(Shall certain 1999 tax and fee increases be nullified, motor vehicles exempted from property taxes, property valuations limited, and property tax levy increases further restricted?) Filed on November 23, 1999 by Tim D. Eyman of Mukilteo. No signature petitions were presented for checking.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 232

Concerns water rights, filed March 8, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 233

Concerns courts required to order shared custody, filed March 8, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 234

Concerns consumer privacy, filed March 8, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 235

Concerns a constitutional convention, filed March 13, 2000. No signatures filed.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 236

Concerns American-English as official language of state of Washington, filed April 3, 2000. No signature submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 237

Concerns a federal constitutional Convention, filed March 29, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 238

Concerns restrictions on obtaining and transferring personal information, filed April 11, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 239

Concerns transportation funds being sales tax-exempt, filed April 24, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 240

Concerns property tax caps, filed April 27, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 241

Concerns the protection of park lands, filed April 24, 2000. No signature submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 242

Concerns creation of Office of State Inspector General, filed April 26, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 243

Concerns the protection of personal information, including financial and medical, filed May 18, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 244

Concerns directing the legislature to submit an amendment to constitution to require simple majority to pass school levies, filed June 14, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 245

Concerns creating a state agency to develop and administer health benefits for all state residents, filed June 16, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 246

Concerns giving people the right to amend the constitution by initiative power, filed July 6, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 247

Concerning tolls or fees being used on existing roads or bridges, filed August 8, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 248

Concerns cultivations and sale of cannabis (marijuana) and hemp, filed July 27, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 249

Concerning annual expenditure limits, filed August 21, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 250

Concerns limiting eligibility for state employee insurance benefits to only legal spouses per state law, filed October 2, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 251

Concerns limiting the growth of state revenue, filed November 16, 2000. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 252

Concerns local government tax and fee increases, filed November 16, 2000. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 253

Concerns initiative signatures gathering, filed November 27, 2000. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 254

Concerns the labeling of genetically engineered foods, filed March 14, 2001. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 255

Concerns display and distribution of sexually explicit material and performances, filed April 6, 2001. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 256

Concerns property forfeitures as a result of controlled substance crimes, filed May 24, 2001. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 257

Concerns performance audits conducted by the state auditor, filed June 13, 2001. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 258

Concerns dissolving a regional transit authority, filed October 2, 2001. No signature submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 259

Concerns vehicle taxes, filed November 20, 2001. Withdrawn by sponsor December 10, 2001.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 260

Concerns limiting moving vehicle taxes and fees, filed December 5, 2001. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 261

Concerns vehicle taxes and fees, submitted December 10, 2001. Ballot Title deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 262

Concerns health care financing, filed March 18, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 263

Concerns replacing “Washington” with “Cascadia” in the Revised Code of Washington, filed June 6, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 264

Concerns transportation financing, filed July 5, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 265

Concerns transportation, filed July 23, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 266

Concerns regulation of attorneys, filed July 31, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 267

Concerns transportation, filed August 8, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 268

Concerns electronic mail communications, filed August 4, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 269

Concerns limiting increases in local government revenues to reduce property taxes, filed August 23, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 270

Concerns limiting increases in city, town, and county revenues, filed September 24, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 271

Concerns ergonomics regulations, filed September 24, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 272

Concerns state agency administrative rules, filed September 24, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 273

Concerns city, town and county revenues, filed October 4, 2002. No signatures filed.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 274

Concerns reestablishing Initiative 601, filed September 30, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 275

Concerns reestablishing Initiative 601, filed October 21, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 276

Concerns reestablishing Initiative 601, filed October 29, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 277

Concerns requiring legislative supermajorities to raise revenue, filed November 12, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 278

Concerns requiring legislative supermajorities to raise revenue, filed November 12, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 279

Concerning property taxes, filed December 12, 2002. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 280

Concerns extra pay for public school teachers, filed November 25, 2002. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 281

Concerns property taxes, filed December 13, 2002. Ballot Title deadline expired .


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 282

Concerns reestablishing Initiative 601, filed December 9, 2002. Ballot Title deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 283

Concerns property taxes, filed December 18, 2002. Ballot Title deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 284

Concerns initiative signature gathering, filed December 9, 2002. Ballot Title deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 285

Concerns teaching Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and related documents, filed March 13, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 286

Concerns replacing the name "Washington" with "Cascadia", filed March 12, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 287

Concerns real estate property tax values, filed March 12, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 288

Concerns performance audits of state agencies and institutions, filed March 12, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 289

Concerns investigating changes in state boundary lines, filed March 14, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 290

Concerns property tax levies, filed March 17, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 291

Concerns credit card interest, filed April 11, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 292

Concerns regional transportation, filed April 4, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 293

Concerns property tax levies, filed April 23, 2003. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 294

Concerns property tax levies, filed May 5, 2003. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 295

Concerns property tax levies, filed May 30, 2003. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 296

Concerns property taxes, filed June 8, 2003. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 297

Concerns hazardous waste, filed June 9, 2003. 280,382 signatures submitted and referred to Legislature. Measure submitted by Legislature to voters on November 2, 2004. PASSED (1,102,996 for / 810,795 against).


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 298

Concerns property taxes, filed June 18, 2003. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 299

Concerns property taxes, filed July 1, 2003. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 300

Concerns regional transportation planning, funding, and audits, filed June 18, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 301

Concerns property tax levies, filed July 15, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 302

Concerns a process to provide citizens’ opinions to state government, filed July 7, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 303

Concerns property tax levies, filed July 25, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 304

Concerns sales and use tax exemptions, filed July 30, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 305

Concerns property tax levies, filed August 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 306

Concerns cigarette taxation to pay for nursing programs, filed July 25, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 307

Concerns property tax levies, filed August 25, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 308

Concerns regulation of pesticides and fertilizers in agriculture, filed August 20, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 309

Concerns property tax levies, filed September 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 310

Concerns pesticide and fertilizer use, filed September 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 311

Concerns a constitutional convention, filed September 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 312

Concerns teacher bonuses, filed October 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 313

Concerns definition of major and minor political parties, filed October 8, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 314

Concerns the initiative process, filed December 15, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 315

Concerns elections, Filed December 10, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 316

Concerns taxes, filed December 10, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 317

Concerns government, filed December 10, 2003. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 318

Concerns elections and primaries, filed March 11, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 319

Concerns property tax relief, filed March 10, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 320

Concerns printed words that have demeaning or hurtful meaning, filed March 23, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 321

Concerns the price of gasoline, filed March 23, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 322

Concerns regulatory reform of state agencies, filed April 9, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 323

Concerns challenges to agency rules, filed April 9, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 324

Concerns application of growth management act, filed April 23, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 325

Concerns establishing the office of citizen councilor, filed April 22, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 326

Concerns regulatory reform of state agencies, filed May 4, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 327

Concerns calling for a federal constitutional convention, filed April 30, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 328

Concerns healthcare, filed May 18, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 329

Concerns train/pedestrian safety, filed June 14, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 330

Concerns health care liability reform, filed June 17, 2004. 319,146 signatures were submitted and measure was referred to the Legislature on January 29, 2005. Measure submitted to voters on November 8, 2005 and rejected (1,027,117 against / 783,435 for)


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 331

Concerns civil liability, filed June 17, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 332

Concerns smoking in public places, filed June 29, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 333

Concerns workers’ compensation reform, filed June 30, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 334

Concerns workers’ compensation, filed August 3, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 335

Concerns extending eligibility for the Washington State Medal of Valor, filed August 18, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 336

Concerns medical malpractice, filed August 30, 2004. 300, 776 signatures submitted and the measure was referred to the Legislature on January 29, 2005. Measure submitted to voters on November 8, 2005 and rejected (1,076,918 against / 711,443 for)


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 337

Concerns audits of governmental agencies, filed November 9, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE No. 338

Concerns performance audits of governmental agencies, filed November 22, 2004. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 339

Concerns limiting state and local government charges on motor vehicles, filed April 13, 2005. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 340

Concerns limiting state and local government charges on motor vehicles, filed April 27, 2005. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 341

Concerns establishing the office of citizen councilor, filed May 9, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 342

Concerns motor vehicle charges, filed May 17, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 343

Concerns requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote, filed June 14, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 344

Concerns requiring candidates for state elective office to pass the tenth-grade WASL, filed June 30, 2005. No signature submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 345

Concerns teaching about the Declaration of Independence, filed July 18, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 346

Concerns limiting surpluses accumulated by health care insurers, filed July 19, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 347

Concerns initiatives and referenda, filed July 25, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 348

Concerns limiting government-imposed charges relating to motor vehicles, filed September 14, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 349

Concerns revenues and fees for state and local governments, filed October 24, 2005. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 350

Concerns carpool lanes, filed October 24, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 351

Concerns prohibiting discrimination and preferential treatment, filed October 24, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 352

Concerns voting on tax or fee increases, filed November 4, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 353

Concerns abolishing the inheritance tax, filed November 22, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO. 354

Concerns education, filed November 23, 2005. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.355

Concerns property taxes, filed April 20, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.356

Concerns voter registration, filed April 18, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.357

Concerns voter registration, filed April 18, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.358

Concerns elections, filed April 18, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.359

Concerns elections, filed April 18, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.360

Concerns the definition of the term "person" in state law, filed June 7, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.361

Concerns property taxes, filed June 20, 2006. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.362

Concerns property taxes, filed July 12, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.363

Concerns property taxes, filed August 7, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.364

Concerns mental illness, filed August 7, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.365

Concerns property taxes, filed August 17, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.366

Concerns property taxes, filed September 7, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.367

Concerns taxes, filed September 14, 2006. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.368

Concerns taxes, fees, and revenue, filed September 26, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.369

Concerns taxes, filed October 3, 2006. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.370

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue imposed by state government, filed October 18, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.371

Concerns property taxes, filed October 31, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.372

Concerns taxes, fees, and revenue, filed November 8, 2006. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.373

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue imposed by state government, filed November 14, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.374

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue imposed by state government, filed November 17, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.375

Concerns amending the laws against discrimination, filed November 28, 2006. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.376

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue imposed by state government, filed December 4, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.377

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue, filed December 11, 2006. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.378

Concerns increases in taxes, fees, and revenue, filed December 14, 2006. Withdrawn by sponsor.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.379

Concerns a process to provide citizens’ opinions to government, filed December 5, 2006. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.380

Concerns prayer in public school and colleges, filed May 18, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.381

Concerns prohibition of discrimination and preferential treatment, filed on June 20, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.382

Concerns property taxes, filed June 20, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 10, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.383

Concerns opening carpool lanes, filed June 20, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 17, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.384

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed July 16, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 20, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.385

Concerns property taxes, filed July 11, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.386

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed July 24, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 4, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.387

Concerns opening carpool lanes, filed July 19, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 7, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.388

Concerns religious expression in public schools and colleges, filed July 16, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.389

Concerns state, county, and city general fund revenue increases, filed July 24, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.390

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed August 6, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 15, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.391

Concerns property taxes, filed August 7, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.392

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed August 17, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 24, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.393

Concerns property taxes, filed August 22, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.394

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed August 22, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.395

Concerns opening carpool lanes, filed August 20, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on September 5, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.396

Concerns property taxes, filed August 31, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.397

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on September 6, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.398

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on September 17, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on September 25, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.399

Concerns voting rights following felony conviction, filed September 24, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.400

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on September 21, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.401

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on October 12, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on October 23, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.402

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on October 23, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.403

Concerns property taxes, filed November 16, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.404

Concerning increasing traffic flow, filed on December 12, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 19, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.405

Concerns long-term care services for the elderly and persons with disabilities, filed on December 4, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.406

Concerns long-term care services for the elderly and persons with disabilities, filed on December 4, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.407

Concerns property taxes, filed December 12, 2007. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 26, 2007.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.408

Concerns transportation, filed December 17, 2007. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.409

Concerns enforcement of immigration laws, filed May 6, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.410

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed June 4, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.411

Related to capping the growth of taxes, filed June 13, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on June 26, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.412

Related to capping the growth of taxes, filed July 10, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 17, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.413

Concerns state, county, and city general fund revenue increases, filed on July 25, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.414

Concerns the State Investment Board’s investing state retirement and other funds, filed July 17, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.415

Concerns state, county, and city general fund revenue increases, filed on September 8, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.416

Concerns property taxed, filed September 22, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on October 1, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.417

Concerns taxes and fees, filed on September 11, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.418

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed September 23, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on October 8, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.419

Concerns limiting property taxes, filed on October 1, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on October 9, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.420

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed October 8, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.421

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed October 8, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.422

Concerns public agency meetings, filed October 6, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.423

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed October 28, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on October 31, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.424

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed October 29, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on November 12, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.425

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed November 10, 2008. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.426

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed November 10, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 4, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.427

Concerns state, county, and city general fund revenue increases, filed on July 25, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.428

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed December 4, 2008. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.429

Concerns protecting taxpayers, filed on November 19, 2008. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 16, 2008.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.430

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed December 15, 2008. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.431

Concerning protecting taxpayers, filed on December 1, 2008. Deadline expired.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.432

Concerns election candidacy petitions, filed April 27, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.433

Concerns motor vehicle taxes, fees, and tolls, and certain transportation bonds, filed June 8, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.434

Concerns motor vehicle taxes, fees, and tolls, and certain transportation bonds, filed June 18, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.435

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed June 26, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.436

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed July 1, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 15, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.437

Concerns income taxes, filed July 15, 2009. No signatures submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.438

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed July 15, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 23, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.439

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed July 21, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on July 28, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.440

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed July 21, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.441

Concerns motor vehicle related fees, taxes, tolls and certain transportation bonds, filed July 29, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.442

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed July 29, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 7, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.443

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed August 7, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 10, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.444

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed August 10, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 17, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.445

Concerns motor vehicle related fees, taxes, tolls and certain transportation bonds, filed August 10, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.446

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed August 10, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on August 21, 2009


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.447

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed August 24, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.448

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed August 24, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on September 10, 2009


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.449

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed September 11, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.450

Concerns taxes and fees, filed September 10, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.451

Concerns taxes and fees, filed September 14, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.452

Concerns taxes and fees, filed October 26, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on November 5, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.453

Concerns the initiative and referendum processes, filed November 25, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 7, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.454

Concerns taxes and fees, filed November 25, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.455

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 1, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 11, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.456

Concerns $30 car tabs, filed December 1, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 11, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.457

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 1, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.458

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 1, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.459

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 9, 2009. Withdrawn by sponsor on December 15, 2009.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.460

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 1, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.461

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 16, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.462

Concerns taxes and fees, filed December 16, 2009. No signatures were submitted.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.463

Initiative Measure No. 463 concerns a federal constitutional convention. Filed 03/25/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.464

Initiative Measure No. 464 concerns utility and other service rates. Filed 04/05/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.465

Initiative Measure No. 465 concerns secondhand smoke in rental housing units. Filed 08/11/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.466

Initiative Measure No. 466 concerns motor vehicle related matters. Filed 09/27/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.467

Initiative Measure No. 467 concerns state expenditures on transportation. Filed 10/01/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.468

Initiative Measure No. 468 concerns motor vehicle related matters. Filed 10/07/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.469

Initiative Measure No. 469 concerns tax increases imposed by state government, counties, cities, and ports. Filed 10/07/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.470

Initiative Measure No. 470 concerns motor vehicle related matters. Filed 10/26/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.471

Initiative Measure No. 471 concerns the initiative and referendum process. Filed 10/27/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.472

Initiative Measure No. 472 concerns election candidate filing fees. Filed 10/18/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.473

Initiative Measure No. 473 concerns transportation matters. Filed 11/03/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.474

Initiative Measure No. 474 concerns initiatives and referenda. Filed 11/10/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.475

Initiative Measure No. 475 concerns transportation matters. Filed 11/10/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.476

Initiative Measure No. 476 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits) Filed 11/12/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.477

Initiative Measure No. 477 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles. Filed 11/22/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.478

Initiative Measure No. 478 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits). Filed 11/22/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.479

Initiative Measure No. 479 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles. Filed 12/01/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.480

saving I-200 Filed 11/22/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.481

Initiative Measure No. 481 concerns food assistance programs. Filed 11/19/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.482

Initiative Measure No. 482 concerns matters relating to motor vehicles. Filed 12/09/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.483

Initiative Measure No. 483 concerns automated traffic safety cameras. Filed 12/09/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.484

Initiative Measure No. 484 concerns liquor (beer, wine and spirits). Filed 12/20/2010.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.485

Initiative Measure No. 485 concerns tax and fee increases imposed by state government. Filed 03/16/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.486

Initiative Measure No. 486 concerns motor vehicles. Filed 03/16/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.487

Initiative Measure No. 487 concerns tax and fees. Filed 03/21/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.488

Initiative Measure No. 488 concerns taxes and fees. Filed 03/24/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.489

Initiative Measure No. 489 concerns taxes and fees imposed by state government. Filed 04/20/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.490

Initiative Measure No. 490 concerns motor vehicles. Filed 04/20/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.491

Filed 4/21/2011 by Mr. Eyman. "withdrawn" by sponsor on 5/3/2011 Filed 04/21/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.492

Initiative Measure No. 492 concerns marijuana Filed 04/05/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.493

Initiative Measure No. 493 concerns marijuana. Filed 04/05/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.494

Initiative Measure No. 494 concerns time limits for filing initiative measures. Filed 04/05/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.495

Filed 5/3/2011 by Mr. Eyman. Filed 05/03/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.496

save the two thirds version 1 Filed 05/11/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.497

Filed 5/18/2011 by Mr. Eyman. "Withdrawn" by sponsor on 5/25/2011 Filed 05/18/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.498

Initiative Measure No. 498 concerns state taxes, fees, and other revenue. Filed 05/31/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.499

Initiative Measure No. 499 concerns state taxes, fees, and other revenue. Filed 05/23/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.500

Initiative Measure No. 500 concerns initiatives and referenda. Filed 06/24/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.501

initiative process b Filed 06/24/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.502

marijuana law reform Filed 06/24/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.503

Initiative Measure No. 503 concerns initiatives and referenda. Filed 07/12/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.504

Initiative Measure No. 504 concerns initiative and referendum measures. Filed 07/19/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.505

Initiative Measure No. 505 concerns marijuana. Filed 07/29/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.506

Son of 1053 - Withdrawn by sponsor on October 10, 2011 Filed 10/04/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.507

Son of 1053 - Withdrawn by sponsor on October 10, 2011 Filed 09/30/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.508

Son of 1053 - Withdrawn by sponsor on October 17, 2011 Filed 10/05/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.509

Son of 1053d - Withdrawn by sponsor on October 17, 2011 Filed 10/10/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.510

Initiative Measure No. 510 concerns an excise tax on income. Filed 10/26/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.511

Initiative Measure No. 511 concerns an excise tax on income. Filed 10/26/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.512

Initiative Measure No. 512 concerns tobacco products. Filed 10/28/2011.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.513

Initiative Measure No. 513 concerns working driver’s licenses. Filed 03/14/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.514

Initiative Measure No. 514 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/14/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.515

Initiative Measure No. 515 concerns state and local initiatives and referenda. Filed 03/29/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.516

Initiative Measure No. 516 concerns state and local initiatives and referenda. Filed 03/30/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.517

Initiative Measure No. 517 concerns initiative and referendum measures. Filed 04/05/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.518

Initiative Measure No. 518 concerns labeling of genetically-engineered raw agricultural commodities and foods. Filed 04/23/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.519

Initiative Measure No. 519 concerns labeling of genetically-engineered foods and foods containing processing aids. Filed 05/24/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.520

The Washington State Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act - Withdrawn by sponsor on 6/18/2012 Filed 06/10/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.521

The Washington State Right to Know Genetically Engineered Food Act - Withdrawn by sponsor on 7/2/2012 Filed 06/19/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.522

Initiative Measure No. 522 concerns labeling of genetically-engineered foods. Filed 06/29/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.523

Initiative Measure No. 523 concerns public school keyboard curriculum. Filed 07/16/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.524

Initiative Measure No. 524 concerns school safety. Filed 08/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.525

Initiative Measure No. 525 concerns state actions imposing taxes. Filed 09/27/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.526

Initiative Measure No. 526 concerns motor vehicle taxes and fees. Filed 09/27/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.527

Initiative Measure No. 527 concerns traffic control equipment. Filed 09/27/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.528

Initiative Measure No. 528 concerns legislative actions imposing taxes and fees. Filed 09/27/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.529

Son of 1053a - Withdrawn by sponsor on 10/8/2012 Filed 10/04/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.530

Son of 1053b - Withdrawn by sponsor on 10/8/2012 Filed 10/04/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.531

Initiative Measure No. 531 concerns tax and fee increases imposed by state government. Filed 10/08/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.532

Initiative Measure No. 532 concerns automated traffic safety cameras. Filed 10/08/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.533

Initiative Measure No. 533 concerns creating an office of state inspector general. Filed 10/16/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.534

Initiative Measure No. 534 concerns state actions imposing taxes and fees. Filed 10/16/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.535

Initiative Measure No. 535 concerns state actions imposing taxes. Filed 10/16/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.536

Initiative Measure No. 536 concerns transportation tolls. Filed 10/19/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.537

Son of 1125 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 11/8/2012 Filed 11/08/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.538

Initiative Measure No. 538 concerns state transportation. Filed 11/08/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.539

Initiative Measure No. 539 concerns state transportation. Filed 11/14/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.540

Initiative Measure No. 540 concerns taxes and fees imposed by state government. Filed 11/16/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.541

Initiative Measure No. 541 concerns state and local taxes and fees. Filed 11/21/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.542

Initiative Measure No. 542 concerns state transportation. Filed 11/26/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.543

Initiative Measure No. 543 concerns marijuana. Filed 11/13/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.544

Initiative Measure No. 544 concerns taxes by the state. Filed 12/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.545

Initiative Measure No. 545 concerns state revenue. Filed 12/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.546

Initiative Measure No. 546 concerns state and local taxes. Filed 12/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.547

Initiative Measure No. 547 concerns state revenue. Filed 12/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.548

Initiative Measure No. 548 concerns state transportation. Filed 12/04/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.549

Taxpayer Protection Act - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/13/2012 Filed 12/04/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.550

Temporary Tax1 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/13/2012 Filed 12/05/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.551

Temporary Tax 2 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/13/2012 Filed 12/05/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.552

Initiative Measure No. 552 concerns marijuana. Filed 12/03/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.553

Initiative Measure No. 553 concerns state transportation. Filed 12/11/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.554

Initiative Measure No. 554 concerns state revenue. Filed 12/13/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.555

Initiative Measure No. 555 concerns regulating politically related activities. Filed 12/13/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.556

Initiative Measure No. 556 concerns repealing a temporary state tax on beer. Filed 12/13/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.557

Taxpayer Protection Act3 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/19/2012 Filed 12/14/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.558

Taxpayer Protection Act4 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/19/2012 Filed 12/14/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.559

Initiative Measure No. 559 concerns liquor. Filed 12/18/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.560

Initiative Measure No. 560 concerns taxes by the state. Filed 12/19/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.561

Initiative Measure No. 561 concerns taxes by the state. Filed 12/19/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.562

Initiative Measure No. 562 concerns taxes by the state. Filed 12/19/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.563

Initiative Measure No. 563 concerns liquor. Filed 12/20/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.564

Initiative Measure No. 564 concerns regulating politically related activities. Filed 12/20/2012.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.565

Initiative Measure No. 565 concerns state revenue. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.566

Initiative Measure No. 566 concerns state taxes. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.567

Initiative Measure No. 567 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.568

Initiative Measure No. 568 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.569

Initiative Measure No. 569 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.570

Initiative Measure No. 570 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.571

Initiative Measure No. 571 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.572

Initiative Measure No. 572 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/13/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.573

Initiative Measure No. 573 concerns state taxes. Filed 03/18/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.574

Initiative Measure No. 574 concerns state revenue. Filed 03/18/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.575

Initiative Measure No. 575 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/15/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.576

Initiative Measure No. 576 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/15/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.577

Initiative Measure No. 577 concerns state taxes. Filed 03/21/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.578

Taxpayer Protection Act2 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 3/22/2013 Filed 03/21/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.579

Initiative Measure No. 579 concerns state revenues. Filed 03/21/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.580

Initiative Measure No. 580 concerns state taxes. Filed 03/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.581

Initiative Measure No. 581 concerns legislative budget procedures. Filed 03/18/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.582

Initiative Measure No. 582 concerns internet poker gaming. Filed 03/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.583

Initiative Measure No. 583 concerns eliminating state criminal penalties for some internet gambling. Filed 03/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.584

Initiative Measure No. 584 concerns marijuana. Filed 03/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.585

Initiative Measure No. 585 concerns state revenue. Filed 03/26/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.586

Initiative Measure No. 586 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 03/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.587

Initiative Measure No. 587 concerns taxes. Filed 03/25/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.588

Initiative Measure No. 588 concerns the Alaskan Way deep bore tunnel project. Filed 04/01/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.589

Taxpayer Protection Act2 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 5/21/2013 Filed 05/21/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.590

Initiative Measure No. 590 concerns the practice of medicine. Filed 05/17/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.591

Initiative Measure No. 591 concerns firearms. Filed 05/17/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.592

Initiative Measure No. 592 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 05/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.593

Initiative Measure No. 593 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 05/31/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.594

Initiative Measure No. 594 concerns background checks for firearm sales and transfers. Filed 06/11/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.595

Initiative Measure No. 595 concerns state revenue. Filed 05/30/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.596

Initiative Measure No. 596 concerns state revenue and budgeting. Filed 06/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.597

Initiative Measure No. 597 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 06/17/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.598

Initiative Measure No. 598 concerns state revenue. Filed 07/01/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.599

Initiative Measure No. 599 concerns state revenue. Filed 07/01/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.600

Initiative Measure No. 600 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 07/01/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.601

Initiative Measure No. 601 concerns property taxes. Filed 06/25/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.602

Initiative Measure No. 602 concerns liquor: beer, wine, and spirits (hard liquor). Filed 07/05/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.603

Initiative Measure No. 603 concerns designation of a portion of state route number 5. Filed 07/24/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.604

Initiative Measure No. 604 concerns firearms. Filed 07/26/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.605

Initiative Measure No. 605 concerns state revenue. Filed 07/24/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.606

Initiative Measure No. 606 concerns state transportation. Filed 08/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.607

Initiative Measure No. 607 concerns state taxes. Filed 08/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.608

Initiative Measure No. 608 concerns state budgeting. Filed 08/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.609

Initiative Measure No. 609 concerns motor vehicle charges. Filed 08/19/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.610

Initiative Measure No. 610 concerns state taxes. Filed 08/28/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.611

Initiative Measure No. 611 concerns automated traffic safety cameras. Filed 08/28/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.612

Initiative Measure No. 612 concerns state revenue. Filed 09/05/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.613

Initiative Measure No. 613 concerns service animals. Filed 09/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.614

Initiative Measure No. 614 concerns state revenue. Filed 09/16/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.615

Initiative Measure No. 615 concerns state revenue deposited in dedicated funds. Filed 09/25/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.616

Initiative Measure No. 616 concerns state revenue. Filed 09/25/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.617

Initiative Measure No. 617 concerns taxes. Filed 09/16/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.618

Taxpayer Protection Act4 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 10/2/2013 Filed 09/26/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.619

Initiative Measure No. 619 concerns creating an office of state inspector general. Filed 10/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.620

Don't Tax Our Checkout Bags - Withdrawn by sponsor on 10/8/2013 Filed 10/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.621

Initiative Measure No. 621 concerns state taxes and fees. Filed 10/07/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.622

Initiative Measure No. 622 concerns retail checkout bags. Filed 10/31/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.623

Initiative Measure No. 623 concerns taxes. Filed 10/30/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.624

Initiative Measure No. 624 concerns taxes. Filed 10/30/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.625

Initiative Measure No. 625 concerns taxes. Filed 11/15/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.626

Initiative Measure No. 626 concerns taxes. Filed 11/14/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.627

Initiative Measure No. 627 concerns grand juries. Filed 11/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.628

2/3 Constitutional Amendment - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/12/2013 Filed 12/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.629

Initiative Measure No. 629 concerns motor vehicle charges. Filed 12/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.630

Initiative Measure No. 630 concerns state transportation. Filed 12/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.631

Initiative Measure No. 631 concerns taxes. Filed 12/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.632

Initiative Measure No. 632 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 11/27/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.633

2/3 Constitutional Amendment - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/12/2013 Filed 12/09/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.634

Initiative Measure No. 634 concerns motor vehicle charges. Filed 12/09/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.635

2/3 Constitutional Amendment 2 - Withdrawn by sponsor on 12/12/2013 Filed 12/09/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.636

Initiative Measure No. 636 concerns taxes. Filed 12/05/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.637

Initiative Measure No. 637 concerns controlled substances under state law. Filed 11/22/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.638

Initiative Measure No. 638 concerns state taxes. Filed 12/03/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.639

Initiative Measure No. 639 concerns taxes. Filed 12/10/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.640

Initiative Measure No. 640 concerns taxes. Filed 12/10/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.641

Initiative Measure No. 641 concerns taxes. Filed 12/17/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.642

Initiative Measure No. 642 concerns taxes. Filed 12/17/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.643

Medical Cannabis--Ric Smith Memorial Act Filed 12/23/2013.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.644

Initiative Measure No. 644 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 03/13/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.645

Initiative Measure No. 645 concerns initiative measures. Filed 03/13/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.646

Initiative Measure No. 646 concerns marijuana (cannabis). Filed 03/14/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.647

Initiative Measure No. 647 concerns medical marijuana. Filed 03/14/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.648

Initiative Measure No. 648 concerns marijuana (cannabis). Filed 03/14/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.649

Initiative Measure No. 649 concerns statutes of limitations. Filed 03/14/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.650

Initiative Measure No. 650 concerns the judicial conduct commission. Filed 03/24/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.651

Initiative Measure No. 651 concerns trial by jury of violations of court rules. Filed 03/25/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.652

Initiative Measure No. 652 concerns “United States police law.” Filed 05/05/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.653

Initiative Measure No. 653 concerns motor vehicle charges. Filed 06/04/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.654

Initiative Measure No. 654 concerns use of employer deductions and public resources for political purposes. Filed 06/04/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.655

Initiative Measure No. 655 concerns wages. Filed 06/04/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.656

Initiative Measure No. 656 concerns electoral votes for president and vice president. Filed 06/04/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.657

Initiative Measure No. 657 concerns automated traffic cameras. Filed 06/05/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.658

Initiative Measure No. 658 concerns a scarecrow program. Filed 06/09/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.659

Initiative Measure No. 659 concerns state requirements regarding employee wages. Filed 06/16/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.660

Initiative Measure No. 660 concerns state requirements regarding employee wages. Filed 06/16/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.661

Initiative Measure No. 661 concerns “United States Police Commissioners.” Filed 06/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.662

Initiative Measure No. 662 concerns a Deputy United States Police Commissioner. Filed 06/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.663

Initiative Measure No. 663 concerns “United States Police.” Filed 06/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.664

Initiative Measure No. 664 concerns minimum wage standards. Filed 06/03/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.665

Initiative Measure No. 665 concerns use of payroll deductions and public resources for political purposes. Filed 06/26/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.666

Initiative Measure No. 666 concerns use of public resources for political purposes. Filed 06/27/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.667

Initiative Measure No. 667 concerns labor unions. Filed 06/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.668

Initiative Measure No. 668 concerns wages. Filed 06/27/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.669

Initiative Measure No. 669 concerns the minimum wage rate. Filed 06/27/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.670

Initiative Measure No. 670 concerns electoral votes for president and vice president. Filed 07/03/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.671

Taxpayer Protection Act - Withdrawn by sponsor on 7/10/2014 Filed 07/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.672

Initiative Measure No. 672 concerns state taxes and fees. Filed 07/10/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.673

Initiative Measure No. 673 concerns taxes. Filed 07/10/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.674

Initiative Measure No. 674 concerns state taxes and fees. Filed 07/22/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.675

Initiative Measure No. 675 concerns taxes. Filed 08/01/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.676

Initiative Measure No. 676 concerns state requirements regarding employee wages. Filed 08/08/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.677

Initiative Measure No. 677 concerns state requirements regarding employee wages. Filed 08/08/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.678

Initiative Measure No. 678 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 08/04/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.679

UNITED STATES POLICE COMMISSION LAW. Filed 08/13/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.680

FEDERAL REVISION ON US CAPITAL PUNISHMENT AND THE COURT OF LAW. Filed 08/13/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.681

Initiative Measure No. 681 concerns cannabis (marijuana) Filed 08/26/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.682

UNITED STATES CAPITAL RIGHTS. Filed 08/29/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.683

UNITED STATES POLICE COMMISSION LAW. Filed 08/29/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.684

Initiative Measure No. 684 concerns state taxes. Filed 09/08/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.685

Initiative Measure No. 685 concerns property taxes. Filed 09/09/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.686

Initiative Measure No. 686 concerns state transportation. Filed 09/08/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.687

Initiative Measure No. 687 concerns state transportation. Filed 09/11/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.688

Initiative Measure No. 688 concerns tolls. Filed 09/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.689

Taxpayer Protection Act - Withdrawn by sponsor on 9/19/2014 Filed 09/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.690

UNITED STATES POLICE COMMISSION LAW. Filed 09/15/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.691

Initiative Measure No. 691 concerns tolls. Filed 09/24/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.692

Initiative Measure No. 692 concerns property taxes. Filed 09/24/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.693

Initiative Measure No. 693 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 09/18/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.694

Initiative Measure No. 694 concerns state transportation. Filed 09/25/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.695

Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs - Withdrawn by sponsor on 9/29/2014 Filed 09/25/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.697

Initiative Measure No. 697 concerns motor vehicle fees and taxes. Filed 09/29/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.698

Initiative Measure No. 698 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 09/23/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.699

Initiative Measure No. 699 concerns transportation tolls. Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.700

Initiative Measure No. 700 concerns state taxes and fees. Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.701

Initiative Measure No. 701 concerns automated traffic cameras. Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.702

Initiative Measure No. 702 concerns taxes. Filed 10/03/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.703

Initiative Measure No. 703 concerns motor vehicle fees and taxes. Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.704

Initiative Measure No. 704 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.705

Initiative Measure No. 705 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 10/07/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.706

Initiative Measure No. 706 concerns cannabis (marijuana). Filed 10/14/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.707

Taxpayer Protection Act Filed 10/20/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.708

Tougher on Tolls Filed 10/20/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.709

Taxpayer Protection Act Filed 10/20/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.710

Taxpayer Protection Act Filed 10/22/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.711

Taxpayer Protection Act Filed 10/24/2014.


INITIATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE NO.712

Taxpayer Protection Act Filed 10/24/2014.