Coppernoll v. Reed

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Coppernoll v Reed is the name of a 2005 decision by the Supreme Court of the State of Washington. The court unanimously declined to oblige the plaintiffs, who had asked that Washington Initiative 330 be presumptively declared unconstitutional and stricken from the ballot.

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