Washington State House Democrats


Deadly-force law needs to change, but not like this

From The Seattle Times Editorial Board

… But what is to stop the Legislature in the future from drastically altering any initiative without public support, then denying citizens the chance to vote on it?

State Rep. Gerry Pollet, D-Seattle, worries about that.

“I share the concern that this could be used to amend an initiative over the objections of the sponsors, without a two-thirds vote,” Pollet said. (Click here to read the whole editorial)