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Proposed Initiatives to the People - 2001

The following is a list of proposed initiatives to the People filed to date with the Office of the Secretary of State. To be certified, a petition must contain the signatures of at least 197,734 registered voters. The deadline for filing petition signatures for the following initiatives is 5:00 p.m. July 6, 2001. Questions regarding the content of initiatives should be directed to the sponsor(s).

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


Assigned Number: 747
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Leo Fagen
Mr. M.J. Fagan
Mr. Ray Benham
Mr. Tim Eyman

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 1641
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Phone: (425) 493-8707
Fax:


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 747 concerns limiting property tax increases.

This measure would require state and local governments to limit property tax levy increases to 1% per year, unless an increase greater than this limit is approved by the voters at an election.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would establish new "limit factors" for taxing districts in setting their property tax levies each year. For each local government taxing district, the limit factor would be a 1% increase over the highest of the district’s three previous annual property tax levies. For the state, the limit factor would be the lower of 1% or the rate of inflation. Taxing districts could levy higher than the limit factor with voter approval.



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Assigned Number: 748
Filed: 01/10/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Gregory Gadow

Public Contact Information:
1816 Boylston Ave #407
Seattle, WA 98122
Phone: (206) 323-4083


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 748 concerns rent increases on residential rental structures or sites.

This measure would allow cities and counties to regulate rent increases on residential buildings by requiring notice of increases, prohibiting retaliatory increases, or prohibiting increases on property not meeting health codes.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would allow cities, towns, and counties to regulate rent increases on residential structures or sites in the following ways:

  • Require sixty days' notice for rent increases;


  • Prohibit rent increases that are retaliation for the exercise of a legal right;


  • Prohibit rent increases on sites that do not meet state and local health and sanitation codes.



*Ballot title and summary on I-748 were revised by the Attorney General on 2/1/01



Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 749
Filed: 01/09/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Newby

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 416
College Place, WA 99324
Phone: (509) 525-5659
*Per sponsor, 3/2/01



Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 749 concerns the manner of electing certain state and federal officers.

This measure would provide that United States Senators and most statewide elected officers would be elected by a system of electoral votes, which would be distributed among the counties, based on county population.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would change the manner of electing United States Senators and most statewide elected officers. Each county would be assigned electoral votes equal in number to its population divided by the population of the least populous county, rounded to a precision of two decimal places. In an election, each candidate would receive electoral votes from each county, equal to the proportion of popular vote the candidate receives. The electoral votes would determine the winner.

WITHDRAWN*

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Assigned Number: 750
Filed: 01/09/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Newby

Public Contact Information:
PO Box 416
College Place, WA 99324
Phone: (509) 525-5659


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 750 concerns the manner in which United States presidential electors are awarded.

This measure would provide that presidential electors would be awarded in proportion to the number of counties in the state in which each candidate has received a majority of the votes.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would change the manner of awarding presidential electors. The number of presidential electors for each candidate for president and vice-president would be awarded in proportion to the number of counties in the state in which each candidate has received a majority of the popular vote. The number of electors awarded to each candidate would be rounded to the nearest whole number, as determined by the secretary of state.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 751
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Terry Hunt

Public Contact Information:
1804 Road 14 NE
Coulee City, WA 99115
Phone: (509) 632-5213


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 751 concerns the primary system for election of public officers.

This measure would adopt a blanket primary allowing voters to choose among official party candidates, party-affiliated candidates, and independent candidates for each partisan office. If courts invalidated this system, an alternative is specified.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would permit political parties to designate official candidates for partisan federal, state, or local offices. Other candidates could file for office as self-designated party affiliates or as independents. In primaries, voters could vote for any candidate for any office. If a court were to declare this system invalid, the measure specifies an alternative system in which the three candidates with the highest votes in the primary would advance to the general election ballot.

*Ballot title and summary on I-751 were revised by the Attorney General on 2/5/01



Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 752
Filed: 01/16/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Chad Taylor

Public Contact Information:
45 NE Washington Ave, #5
Chehalis, WA 98532
Phone: (360)740-4477


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 752 concerns the state expenditure limit.

This measure would amend the state’s expenditure limit. Separate limits would apply to all state accounts that are subject to allotment control, with certain exceptions. Procedures would be established for adjusting these limits.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would revise the state expenditure limit, by establishing annual limits on expenditures for each account or fund that is subject to allotment procedures, except certain funds and accounts listed in the measure. The expenditure limit for each fund would be the previous fiscal year’s limit adjusted for inflation and population change. When costs or moneys are shifted in and out of these funds, the measure establishes standards and procedures for adjusting the limits.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 753
Filed: 01/23/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Ivan Rolig

Public Contact Information:
P.O. Box 4312
Bremerton, WA 98312
Phone: (360) 415-0020
Fax: openthegates2001@yahoo.co


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 753 concerns lands managed by the department of natural resources.

This measure would require the department of natural resources to open lands, roads, and gates managed by the department to all people for all uses, including travel by foot, horseback, and motor vehicle.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require the department of natural resources to open all department-managed public lands to all the people of the state. This would include gates entering onto or within the lands managed by the department, including forest roads, orphaned roads, and abandoned roads. People would be allowed to use any public land for hiking, equine activities, biking, hunting, fishing, motorcycling, camping, travel by automobile or recreational vehicle, swimming, boating, wildlife observation, or other purposes.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 754
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 754 concerns laws applied to "flesh and blood people".

This measure would provide that the Revised Code of Washington, the Washington Administrative Code, and all municipal ordinances are not applicable to "flesh and blood people".

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure "frees flesh and blood men and women" from their created agencies’ codes, policies, and ordinances by repealing the entire codification of Washington statutes and administrative regulations as well as municipal ordinances as applied to "flesh and blood people", and declaring that the state and its agencies and subdivisions have only the powers granted by the original Washington State Constitution.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 755
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 755 concerns the public disclosure act.

This measure would direct courts to impose a one hundred dollar per day penalty when an agency acting in bad faith denies a person inspection or copying of a public record.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure adds a new section to the public disclosure act directing a court to impose a one hundred dollar per day fine if it finds that an agency acted in bad faith when it denied a person the opportunity to inspect or copy public records as otherwise authorized by the public records act in chapter 42.17 of the Revised Code of Washington.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 756
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 756 concerns limiting federal jurisdiction.

This measure would purport to limit federal laws to the District of Columbia, territories such as Guam, and navigable waters, and provide that federal laws do not apply within the State of Washington.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure purports to define the jurisdiction of the United States as limited to the District of Columbia, territories, and navigable waters, and declares that people living within Washington live within one of the "several states" but not the United States. It declares that federal laws and agents are limited from operating within Washington and are subject to state prosecutions.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 757
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 757 concerns the internal revenue service.

This measure would purport to require the internal revenue service to comply with state and federal laws and constitutional provisions, including proceeding in state superior court prior to executing federal tax liens.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure purports to reinforce "existing protections" in the state and federal laws by requiring the internal revenue service to comply strictly with a list of constitutional requirements, requiring that only Congress lay taxes, and requiring liens by the internal revenue service to be filed in state superior courts subject to jury trials before enforcement.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 758
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 758 contracts creating private monopolies.

This measure would declare all contracts creating private monopolies of public resources to be void and unconstitutional, and allow for a thousand dollar per day fine against persons attempting to enforce such contracts.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure declares that the constitution prohibits monopolies and trusts and declares that any contract creating a private monopoly of public resources is void. A thousand-dollar-a-day judgment may be paid to anyone who can prove in superior court that another person has attempted to enforce such a contract.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 759
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 759 concerns the state bar association and attorney licensing.

This measure would declare the state bar association unconstitutional, provide that the department of licensing would test and license attorneys, and alter laws concerning attorney discipline.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would declare that bar associations are an "evil monopoly" and would eliminate "special, secret powers, privileges and immunities, and entitlements" for bar members. Bar membership would be eliminated as a requirement for any public office. Attorneys would be licensed by the department of licensing, with testing limited to published court rules. Attorneys would be subject to review and discipline only by a citizen panel, with judges empowered to make recommendations for discipline.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 760
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Shepard

Public Contact Information:
4330 N Mullen St
Tacoma, WA 98407
Phone: (253) 383-2235


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 760 concerns causes of action for violations of state civil rights.

This measure would authorize lawsuits and attorney fees against any person who, acting under color of state or local law, violates rights secured by the state Constitution or by any state laws.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would grant a new cause of action against any person who, under color of state or local law or custom, deprives another person of rights secured by the state constitution or state law. The cause of action could be an action for damages, suit for an injunction, or any other proper proceeding. The prevailing party (but not a state or local government) could be awarded attorney fees, with certain exceptions for judicial officers.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 761
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Shepard

Public Contact Information:
4330 N Mullen St
Tacoma, WA 98407
Phone: (253) 383-2235


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 761 concerns liability for restricting the use of private real property.

This measure would require state and local governments to pay compensation and attorney fees if a law or government act restricted the use of privately owned real property and reduced its market value.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require the State or any local government to pay compensation if a regulation, law, rule, ordinance, resolution, goal, or other enforceable act of government restricted the use of privately owned real property, if the restriction were imposed for more than ninety days and reduced the property’s fair market value. "Real property" includes structures, minerals, forest products, and crops. This measure would not apply to eminent domain proceedings or to public nuisance regulation.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 762
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Richard Shepard

Public Contact Information:
4330 N Mullen St
Tacoma, WA 98407
Phone: (253) 383-2235


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 762 concerns restricting the civil forfeiture of property.

This measure would generally prohibit the forfeiture of property (other than "contraband") unless the owner had been convicted of a crime and the property was clearly instrumental in committing or facilitating the crime.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would generally prohibit the forfeiture of property (other than "contraband" as defined) unless the owner had been convicted of a crime and the government showed by clear and convincing evidence that the property was instrumental in committing or facilitating the crime or was proceeds of that crime. This measure would replace existing forfeiture laws relating to controlled substances, untaxed cigarettes, gambling devices, sexually explicit material, fish and wildlife, alcoholic beverages, explosives, and fireworks.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 763
Filed: 01/25/2001

Sponsors
Mr. William Pilkey

Public Contact Information:
7223 20th Ave SE
Olympia, WA 98503
Phone: (360) 412-4039


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 763 concerns preservation of the blanket primary.

This measure would declare that the people oppose action by the political parties to replace the blanket primary, and would nullify any legislative act abolishing the blanket primary.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would declare that the people oppose action by the political parties to replace the blanket primary with a closed primary. The measure declares the people’s desire to continue to vote in any primary for any candidate from any political party. Any legislation enacted by the legislature to abolish the blanket primary under RCW 29.18.200 would be declared null and void.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 764
Filed: 01/16/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Jeffery Douglas

Public Contact Information:
18213 150th Ave E
Orting, WA 98360
Phone: (206)391-2272


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 764 concerns privatizing the children’s administration of DSHS.

This measure would dissolve the children’s administration in the department of social and health services. Child protective services would be transferred to the state patrol, and other functions handled by private agencies.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would dissolve the children’s administration of the department of social and health services. Its work would be done by private agencies contracting with the state, with an appointed "oversite" committee. Child protective services would be transferred to the state patrol. Private agencies would have access to DSHS and state patrol information and investigations, and would be limited in charging for home studies and adoption placement. The measure specifies training for foster care licensees.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 765
Filed: 02/01/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Donald Carter

Public Contact Information:
PMB 117, 8205 Martin Wy E, Suite E
Olympia, WA 98516
Phone: (360) 456-8655


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 765 concerns property taxes.

This measure would eliminate state property tax and laws governing property revaluation and levy limits. Real estate would be assessed at50% of true value (or less) and taxed at $5.90 per $1000.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would eliminate the state property tax and would eliminate all of Chapter 84.41 (revaluation of property) and Chapter 84.55 (limits on regular tax levies) in the Revised Code of Washington. Assessed value would not exceed 50% of true and fair value. Real property would be taxed at $5.90 per $1000 of assessed value for all taxing districts. The measure would not affect voter-approved levies. The measure would take effect January 1, 2002.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 766
Filed: 01/24/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Ross M. Hallett

Public Contact Information:
312 E 11th
Port Angeles, WA 98362
Phone: (360) 452-5701


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 766 concerns regulation of marijuana.

This measure would legalize and regulate the cultivation, sale, and use of marijuana. A sales tax would be imposed. Use by minors would be prohibited. Amnesty would be extended to past offenders.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would legalize and regulate the cultivation, sale, and use of marijuana by persons over twenty-one. Sales taxes would be imposed on marijuana for personal use, on paraphernalia, and on cannabis seeds. It would be illegal to impose a marijuana test for employment or benefits. It would be a crime to export marijuana to other states, to furnish it to minors, or to endanger an unborn child. Amnesty would be extended to past offenders.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 767
Filed: 02/07/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Daniel J Silver

Public Contact Information:
1619 10th Ave SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: (360)786-8788


Ballot Title
*Relating to clean water



Ballot Measure Summary


Withdrawn

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Assigned Number: 768
Filed: 02/05/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Muhammad Farrakhan

Public Contact Information:
12727 Renton Ave
Seattle, WA 98178
Phone: (425) 451-3048
Fax: (425) 451-9178


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 768 concerns union membership.

This measure would make it unlawful to condition employment on union membership or nonmembership. Contracts allowing retention of union dues or assessments from employee compensation would be void, absent the employee’s written consent.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would make it unlawful to deny employment based on membership or nonmembership in a labor union. A contract would be void if it required an employee, or an applicant for employment, either to be or not to be a union member. A contract permitting the retention of an employee’s compensation for payment of union dues would be void, unless the employee consented in writing. The measure would be retroactively applied.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 769
Filed: 02/23/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Daniel J. Silver

Public Contact Information:
1619 10th Ave SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Phone: (360) 943-7131


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 769 concerns financing water quality projects with general obligation bonds.

This measure would provide $1 billion in bonds for drinking water, wastewater treatment, water conservation, and riparian habitat and streamflow improvements. One-tenth of 1% additional sales tax would be imposed until bond retirement.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would authorize the issuance of state general obligation bonds in the sum of one billion dollars. The bond revenue would be used, in proportions specified in the measure, for: improvements in wastewater and stormwater control; drinking water treatment and conservation; irrigation facility efficiency improvements; and acquisition of riparian habitat and water rights for instream flows. The bonds would be backed by a temporary sales tax increase of one-tenth of one percent.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 770
Filed: 02/06/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Christopher Clifford

Public Contact Information:
2721 Talbot Rd S
Renton, WA 98055
Phone: (425)255-0447


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 770 concerns voter approval of "significant alterations" to high capacity transportation projects.

This measure would require voter approval of "significant alterations" to voter-approved propositions for regional high capacity transportation systems. As defined, "significant alterations" include certain cost increases, delays, and elimination of project elements.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would require a regional transit authority to secure voter approval of "significant alterations" to voter-approved regional high capacity transportation system propositions. A "significant alternation" would include a cost increase of 30% or more over the cost identified in the voter-approved proposition, a delay of 24 months or more of the entire voter-approved proposition, or elimination of any portion or element of the original voter-approved proposition.



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Assigned Number: 771
Filed: 03/02/2001

Sponsors
Ann F. Stone

Public Contact Information:
2614 E. 27th, Apt. W-8
Spokane, WA 99223
Phone: (509) 535-8130


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 771 concerns punishment for the murder of a child.

This measure would make first degree murder of a child under 13 aggravated first degree murder, and would impose life imprisonment without parole for first degree murder of a child under 16.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would define first degree murder of a child under the age of 13 as aggravated murder in the first degree. An offender convicted of the crime of first degree murder of a child under the age of 16 would be sentenced to a minimum term of life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 772
Filed: 03/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Michael A. Johnson

Public Contact Information:
419 5th St
Cheney, WA 99004
Phone: (509) 235-5821


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 772 concerns at-large election of state legislators.

This measure would establish 33 representative districts and 11 senate districts, each electing 3 legislators. The top 6 primary candidates would qualify for the general election, where the top 3 would be elected.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would provide for 33 representative districts. There would be 11 senate districts, each consisting of 3 adjacent representative districts. Each district would elect 3 representatives or senators. In each district, all candidates would run in the primary in the district at large, and not by position. The 6 candidates with the most votes would advance to the general election. In the general election, the 3 candidates with the most votes would be elected.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 773
Filed: 03/26/2001

Sponsors
Astrid Berg

Public Contact Information:
1932 E. Calhoun
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: (206) 328-2308


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 773 concerns additional tobacco taxes for low-income health programs and other programs.

This measure would impose an additional sales tax on cigarettes and a surtax on wholesaled tobacco products. The proceeds would be earmarked for existing programs and expanded health care services for low-income persons.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would impose an additional sales tax of 60 cents per pack of cigarettes and an additional surtax on the wholesale price of tobacco products of 93.75% of taxes levied under RCW 82.26.020. The tax revenue would be spent first for existing health services, violence reduction and drug enforcement, and water quality programs. The revenue would then expand low-income health programs and anti-tobacco programs.



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Assigned Number: 774
Filed: 04/06/2001

Sponsors
Deana Knutsen
Katrinka Gentile
Lars Hennum

Public Contact Information:
2608 Second Ave, #113
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 781-3938


Ballot Title
Initiative Measure No. 774 concerns long-term in-home care services.

This measure would create a “home care quality authority” to establish qualifications, standards, training, referral, workers compensation, and employment relations for publicly funded individual providers of in-home care to elderly and disabled adults.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a nine-member authority appointed by the governor, including five consumer representatives, to regulate publicly funded in-home care services for elderly and disabled adults. The authority would establish qualifications, standards, accountability, background investigations, referrals, recruiting, training, and workers compensation for and enter into collective bargaining agreements with individual providers. The authority could issue rules and delegate its powers. Elderly and disabled consumers would continue to select, hire, supervise, and terminate individual providers.

Status: No signatures were submitted.

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Assigned Number: 775
Filed: 04/06/2001

Sponsors
Deana Knutsen
Katrinka Gentile

Public Contact Information:
2608 Second Ave, #113
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 781-3938


Ballot Title

Initiative Measure No. 775 concerns long-term in-home care services.

This measure would create a “home care quality authority” to establish qualifications, standards, accountability, training, referral and employment relations for publicly funded individual providers of in-home care services to elderly and disabled adults.

Ballot Measure Summary
This measure would create a nine-member authority appointed by the governor, including five consumer representatives, to regulate publicly funded in-home care services for elderly and disabled adults. The authority would establish qualifications, standards, accountability, background investigations, referrals, recruiting, and training for and enter into collective bargaining agreements with individual providers. The authority could issue rules and delegate its powers. Elderly and disabled consumers would continue to select, hire, supervise, and terminate individual providers.



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Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: 360/956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: 360/956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
John Marshall

Public Contact Information:
1309 East Bay Dr
Olympia, WA 98506
Phone: (360) 754-7717
Fax:


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Dennis Meurer

Public Contact Information:
812 Allegheny St
Shelton, WA 98584
Phone: (360) 426-9713


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/08/2001

Sponsors
Mr. Kurt Weinreich

Public Contact Information:
2105 Harrison
Olympia, WA 98502
Phone: (360) 956-3742


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 01/11/2001

Sponsors
William Arensmeyer

Public Contact Information:
411 Lee St SW #B-8
Tumwater, WA 98501
Phone: (360) 534-0323


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary





Assigned Number: Incomplete
Filed: 02/23/2001

Sponsors
Joseph C Coomer

Public Contact Information:
16857 Des Moines Dr
Burien, WA 98148
Phone: (206) 431-9693


Ballot Title




Ballot Measure Summary