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I-1107 certified in Washington

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July 29, 2010

OLYMPIA, Washington: On July 28, election officials in the State of Washington certified the sixth and final Initiative to the People for the November 2, 2010 ballot, announcing that I-1107 made it to the ballot.[1]

I-1107 is an attempt by its supporters to reverse some amendments made in 2010 to the state's tax laws. Specifically, the measure, if voters approve it, will reduce tax rates for certain food processors, end the newly-enacted sales tax on candy, and end the temporary sales tax on some bottled water and temporary excise taxes on carbonated beverages.

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