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Between 1998, when [[Washington Initiative 200 (1998)|I-200]] was on the ballot as an [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiative to the Legislature]], about 130 different [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiatives to the Legislature]] were filed, numbering I-201 through I-336.  With the exception of [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|I-297]],  [[Washington Negligent Health Care Measure No. 330 (2004)|I-330]] and [[Washington Malpractice Insurance Measure No. 336 (2004)|I-336]], all of those approximately 130 initiatives were withdrawn or abandoned.  
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Between 1998, when [[Washington Initiative 200 (1998)|I-200]] was on the ballot as an [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiative to the Legislature]] and 2004, about 130 different [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiatives to the Legislature]] were filed, numbering I-201 through I-336.  With the exception of [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|I-297]],  [[Washington Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330 (2005)|I-330]] and [[Washington Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336 (2005)|I-336]], all of those approximately 130 initiatives were withdrawn or abandoned.  
  
 
{{approved}} [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|Radioactive Waste, I-297]] <br>
 
{{approved}} [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|Radioactive Waste, I-297]] <br>
* [[Washington Negligent Health Care Measure No. 330 (2004)|Negligent Health Care, I-330]].  319,146 signatures were collected to qualify I-330 for the ballot; it was referred to the legislature, which adopted it.
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* [[Washington Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330 (2005)|Negligent Health Care, I-330]].  Qualified for the [[Washington 2005 ballot measures|2005 ballot]], where it was defeated.
* [[Washington Malpractice Insurance Measure No. 336 (2004)|Malpractice Insurance, I-336]]. 300,776 signatures were collected to qualify I-330 for the ballot; it was referred to the legislature, which adopted it.
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* [[Washington Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336 (2005)|Malpractice Insurance, I-336]]. Qualified for the [[Washington 2005 ballot measures|2005 ballot]], where it was defeated.
  
 
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==1998==

Revision as of 11:40, 27 August 2009

Ballot measures
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408 Initiatives to the Legislature have been filed in the State of Washington. The first Initiative to the Legislature was filed on December 14, 1914.

2005

Defeatedd Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330
Defeatedd Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336

2004

Between 1998, when I-200 was on the ballot as an Initiative to the Legislature and 2004, about 130 different Initiatives to the Legislature were filed, numbering I-201 through I-336. With the exception of I-297, I-330 and I-336, all of those approximately 130 initiatives were withdrawn or abandoned.

Approveda Radioactive Waste, I-297

1998

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