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{{wabm}}{{tnr}}'''408 Initiatives to the Legislature''' have been filed in the [[State of Washington]]. The first [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiative to the Legislature]] was filed on December 14, 1914.
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This page is a list of [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiative to the Legislature]], a type of ballot measure seen in [[Washington]].
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==Background==
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In 1912, citizens in Washington approved the [[Washington Right to Initiative & Referendum, Amendment 7 (1912)|right to initiative and referendum]] by a 71 to 29 percent split.
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The first Initiative to the Legislature, advocating the [[Washington Brewers' Hotel Bill, Initiative 1A (1916)|relaxation of alcohol prohibition laws]], was filed on December 14, 1914, went to the ballot on the [[Washington 1916 ballot measures|November 7, 1916 ballot]], and was defeated.<ref name="soswitl">[http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/statistics_initleg.aspx ''Washington Secretary of State'', "Initiatives to the Legislature"]</ref>
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Since that beginning, through June of 2012 on the ballot, Washington citizens had filed 521 Initiatives to the Legislature. Only 27 have been sent to the ballot, while three were approved directly by the legislature.<ref name="soswitp"/><ref>[http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/Initiatives.aspx?y=2012&t=l ''Washington Secretary of State'', "Proposed Referendum Measures - 2012"]</ref>
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==2012==
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 2012 ballot measures]]''
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Marijuana Legalization and Regulation, Initiative 502 (2012)|Initiative 502]] || [[Marijuana on the ballot|Marijuana]] || Would legalize and regulate the sale of small amounts of marijuana to people 21 and older
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==2005==
 
==2005==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 2005 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 2005 ballot measures]]''
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330 (2005)|Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330]] <br>
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336 (2005)|Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336]]
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Negligent Health Care Act, Initiative 330 (2005)|I-330]] || [[Health care on the ballot|Healthcare]] || Limit non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases to $350,000, limit attorney fees || {{d}}
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Medical Malpractice Act, Initiative 336 (2005)|I-336]] || [[Health care on the ballot|Healthcare]] || Establish a supplemental malpractice insurance program for liability exceeding private insurance || {{d}}
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==2004==
 
==2004==
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 2004 ballot measures]]''
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Between 1998, when [[Washington Affirmative Action Ban, 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. I-330 and I-336 went on the [[Washington 2005 ballot measures|2005 ballot]].
  
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. I-330 and I-336 went on the [[Washington 2005 ballot measures|2005 ballot]].
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{{approved}} [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|Radioactive Waste, I-297]] <br>
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Radioactive Waste, Initiative 297 (2004)|I-297]] || [[Environment on the ballot|Environment]] || New provisions about mixed radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous waste || {{ap}}
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==1998==
 
==1998==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1998 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1998 ballot measures]]''
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{{approved}} [[Washington Initiative 200 (1998)]]
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Affirmative Action Ban, Initiative 200 (1998)|Initiative 200]] || [[Affirmative action on the ballot|Affirmative action]] || Government prohibited from granting preferential treatment || {{ap}}
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==1996==
 
==1996==
 
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1996 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1996 ballot measures]]''
  
{{defeated}} [[Washington Charter Schools, Initiative 177 (1996)]] <br>
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Scholarship Vouchers, Initiative 173 (1996)]]
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Scholarship Vouchers, Initiative 173 (1996)|I-173]] || [[Education on the ballot|Education]] || Questions whether the state should pay for scholarship vouchers for primary and secondary students || {{d}}
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Charter Schools, Initiative 177 (1996)|I-177]] || [[Education on the ballot|Education]] || Questions whether voters be authorized to create "renewed" school districts || {{d}}
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==1992==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1992 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1992 ballot measures]]''
  
{{approved}} [[Washington Limit on Campaign Contributions, Initiative 134 (1992)]]
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| [[Washington Limit on Campaign Contributions, Initiative 134 (1992)|Campaign finance, I-134]]  
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| [[Elections and campaigns on the ballot|Elections]]
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| Limits on campaign contributions
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| {{ap}}
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==1991==
 
==1991==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1991 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1991 ballot measures]]''
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Aid-in-Dying, Initiative 119 (1991)]] <br>
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{{approved}} [[Washington Abortion Rights, Initiative 120 (1991)]]
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Aid-in-Dying, Initiative 119 (1991)|Aid-in-Dying, #119]] || [[Assisted death on the ballot|Suicide]] || Terminally ill patients allowed to request aid-in-dying from physician  || {{d}}
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Abortion Rights, Initiative 120 (1991)|Abortion, #120]] || [[Abortion on the ballot|Abortion]] || State abortion laws declare woman's right to choose abortion prior to viability    || {{ap}}
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==1989==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1989 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1989 ballot measures]]''
  
{{approved}} [[Washington Presidential Preference Primaries, Initiative 99 (1989)]]. Initiative 99 was enacted by the state legislature and as a result, never appeared on the statewide ballot as it would have done had the legislature chosen not to act favorably on it.<br>
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Child and Family Services Tax, Initiative 102 (1989)]]
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| [[Washington Child and Family Services Tax, Initiative 102 (1989)|Initiative 102]]
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| [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]]
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| $360 million in new taxes for child and family services
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| {{d}}
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The following measure was approved by the state legislature and therefore did not go before a vote of the people:
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Presidential Preference Primaries, Initiative 99 (1989)|Presidential Preference Primaries, I-99]] || [[Elections and campaigns on the ballot |Elections]] || Presidential preference primary election determine each candidate's percentage of delegates to national conventions || {{ap}}
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==1988==
 
==1988==
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1988 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1988 ballot measures]]''
  
* [[Washington Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Tax, Initiatives 97 and 97B (1988)]]
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| {{witl}}|| [[Washington Hazardous Waste Clean-Up Tax, Initiatives 97 and 97B (1988)|Initiatives 97 and 97B]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || 7/10 of 1% tax on hazardous substances ||{{ap}}
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==1987==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1987 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1987 ballot measures]]''
  
{{defeated}} [[Washington Medicare Overcharges, Initiative 92 (1987)]]
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|{{lrss}}|| [[Washington Federal Reserve Authority Constitutionality, Referendum Bill 41 (1987)|Referred Bill 41]] || [[Federal constitutional issues on the ballot|Federal Constitutional Issues]] || Shall the State challenge in the United States Supreme Court the constitutionality of authority delegated to the federal reserve system? || {{d}}
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|{{witl}}|| [[Washington Medicare Overcharges, Initiative 92 (1987)|Initiative 92]] || [[Health care on the ballot|Health Care]] || Shall it be a consumer protection violation for doctors treating Medicare eligible patients to charge more than Medicare's reasonable charges? || {{d}}
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==1986==
 
==1986==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1986 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1986 ballot measures]]''
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Sales Tax Increase, Initiative 90 (1986)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Sales Tax Increase for Conservation, Initiative 90 (1986)|Initiative 90]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Increase sales tax 1/8 of 1% to fund wildlife conservation and recreation || {{d}}
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==1979==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1979 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1979 ballot measures]]''
  
{{defeated}} [[Washington Tax on Beverage Containers, Initiative 61 (1979)]] <br>
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{{approved}} [[Washington Limitation on State Tax Revenues, Initiative 62 (1979)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Beverage Container Deposit, Initiative 61 (1979) |Initiative 61]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Minimum five cent refund on sales of beer, malt and carbonated beverage containers || {{d}}
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Limitation on State Tax Revenues, Initiative 62 (1979) |Initiative 62]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Limitation on state tax revenues || {{d}}
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==1977==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1977 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1977 ballot measures]]''
  
{{approved}} [[Washington Non-Public Agricultural Irrigation, Initiative 59 (1977)]]
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| {{witl}} ||[[Washington Non-Public Agricultural Irrigation, Initiative 59 (1977)|Initiative 59]] || [[Environment on the ballot|Environment]] || Limit new appropriations of public water for non-public agricultural irrigation to farms of 2,000 acres or less || {{ap}}
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==1972==
 
==1972==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1972 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1972 ballot measures]]''
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Litter Control Act, Initiatives 40 and 40B (1972)| Initiatives 40 and 40B]] || [[Environment on the ballot|Environment]] || Providing Litter Control ||
  
* [[Washington Litter Control Act, Initiatives 40 and 40B (1972)]]
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* [[Washington Shoreline Use and Development, Initiatives 43 and 43B (1972)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Shoreline Use and Development, Initiatives 43 and 43B (1972)|Initiatives 43 and 43B]] || [[Environment on the ballot|Environment]] || Regulating Shoreline Use and Development ||
* [[Washington Statutory Tax Limitation, Initiative 44 (1972)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Statutory Tax Limitation, Initiative 44 (1972)|Initiative 44]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || An Act to limit tax levies on real and personal property by the state, and other taxing districts, except port and power districts, to an aggregate of twenty (20) mills on assessed valuation (50% of true and fair value), without a vote of the people; allowing the legislature to allocate or reallocate up to twenty (20) mills among the various taxing districts || {{ap}}
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==1968==
 
==1968==
  
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1968 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1968 ballot measures]]''
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Local Processing of State Timber, Initiative 32 (1968)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Local Processing of State Timber, Initiative 32 (1968)|Initiative 32]] || [[Natural resources on the ballot|Natural Resources]] || Establish the Full Employment Commission as a state agency || {{d}}
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==1960==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1960 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1960 ballot measures]]''
  
{{approved}} [[Washington Dam Construction and Water Diversion, Initiative 25 (1960)]]
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| {{witl}} || [[Washington Dam Construction and Water Diversion, Initiative 25 (1960)|Initiative 25]] || [[Natural resources on the ballot|Resources]] || Prohibit dams on the Columbia River downstream from McNary Dam || {{ap}}
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==1958==
 
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Between 1948 and 1958, Initiatives 14-22 were filed, but no signatures were presented for them, or they were otherwise withdrawn.
 
Between 1948 and 1958, Initiatives 14-22 were filed, but no signatures were presented for them, or they were otherwise withdrawn.
  
{{approved}} [[Washington Civil Service for Sheriff's Employees, Initiative 23 (1958)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Civil Service for Sheriff's Employees, Initiative 23 (1958)|Initiative 23]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Civil Service for Sheriff's Employees || {{ap}}
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==1948==
 
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:: ''See also: [[Washington 1948 ballot measures]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[Washington 1948 ballot measures]]''
  
{{defeated}} [[Washington Beer and Wine Only Sold in State Liquor Stores, Initiative 13 (1948)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Private Alcohol Sales Ban, Initiative 13 (1948)|Initiative 13]] || [[Alcohol on the ballot|Alcohol]] || Beer and Wine Only Sold in State Liquor Stores || {{d}}
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==1943==
 
==1943==
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{{approved}} [[Washington Public Power Resources, Initiative 12 (1943)]]
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| {{Witl}} || [[Washington Public Power Resources, Initiative 12 (1943)|Initiative 12]] || [[Utilities on the ballot|Utilities]] || Regarding public power resources || {{ap}}
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==1935==
 
==1935==
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{{approved}} [[Washington Blanket Primary, Initiative 2 (1935)]]
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| {{Witl}} || [[Washington Blanket Primary, Initiative 2 (1935)|Initiative 2]] || [[Elections and campaigns on the ballot|Elections and campaigns]] || Regarding blanket Primaries || {{ap}}
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==1930==
 
==1930==
  
{{approved}} [[Washington District Power Measure, Initiative 1 (1930)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Public Utility Districts, Initiative 1 (1930)|Initiative 1]] || [[Utilities on the ballot|Utilities]] || District power Measure || {{ap}}
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==1916==
 
==1916==
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{{defeated}} [[Washington Brewers' Hotel Bill, Initiative 1A (1916)]]
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|{{witl}} || [[Washington Brewers' Hotel Bill, Initiative 1A (1916)|Initiative 1A]] || [[Alcohol on the ballot|Alcohol]] || Brewers Hotel Bill || {{d}}
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==See also==
 
==See also==
 
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* [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)]]
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* [[List of Washington State veto referendums]]
* [[Initiatives to the People (Washington)]]
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* [[List of Washington State Initiatives to the People]]
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* [[List of Washington ballot measures]]
  
 
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* [http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/statistics_initleg.aspx List of all Initiatives to the Legislature]
 
* [http://www.secstate.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/statistics_initleg.aspx List of all Initiatives to the Legislature]
  
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[[Category:Initiatives to the Legislature, Washington]]
 
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This page is a list of Initiative to the Legislature, a type of ballot measure seen in Washington.

Background

In 1912, citizens in Washington approved the right to initiative and referendum by a 71 to 29 percent split.

The first Initiative to the Legislature, advocating the relaxation of alcohol prohibition laws, was filed on December 14, 1914, went to the ballot on the November 7, 1916 ballot, and was defeated.[1]

Since that beginning, through June of 2012 on the ballot, Washington citizens had filed 521 Initiatives to the Legislature. Only 27 have been sent to the ballot, while three were approved directly by the legislature.[2][3]

2012

See also: Washington 2012 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description
ITL Initiative 502 Marijuana Would legalize and regulate the sale of small amounts of marijuana to people 21 and older

2005

See also: Washington 2005 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL I-330 Healthcare Limit non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases to $350,000, limit attorney fees Defeatedd
ITL I-336 Healthcare Establish a supplemental malpractice insurance program for liability exceeding private insurance Defeatedd

2004

See also: Washington 2004 ballot measures

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. I-330 and I-336 went on the 2005 ballot.

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL I-297 Environment New provisions about mixed radioactive and nonradioactive hazardous waste Approveda

1998

See also: Washington 1998 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 200 Affirmative action Government prohibited from granting preferential treatment Approveda

1996

See also: Washington 1996 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL I-173 Education Questions whether the state should pay for scholarship vouchers for primary and secondary students Defeatedd
ITL I-177 Education Questions whether voters be authorized to create "renewed" school districts Defeatedd

1992

See also: Washington 1992 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Campaign finance, I-134 Elections Limits on campaign contributions Approveda

1991

See also: Washington 1991 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Aid-in-Dying, #119 Suicide Terminally ill patients allowed to request aid-in-dying from physician Defeatedd
ITL Abortion, #120 Abortion State abortion laws declare woman's right to choose abortion prior to viability Approveda

1989

See also: Washington 1989 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 102 Taxes $360 million in new taxes for child and family services Defeatedd

The following measure was approved by the state legislature and therefore did not go before a vote of the people:

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Presidential Preference Primaries, I-99 Elections Presidential preference primary election determine each candidate's percentage of delegates to national conventions Approveda


1988

See also: Washington 1988 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiatives 97 and 97B Taxes 7/10 of 1% tax on hazardous substances Approveda

1987

See also: Washington 1987 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
LRSS Referred Bill 41 Federal Constitutional Issues Shall the State challenge in the United States Supreme Court the constitutionality of authority delegated to the federal reserve system? Defeatedd
ITL Initiative 92 Health Care Shall it be a consumer protection violation for doctors treating Medicare eligible patients to charge more than Medicare's reasonable charges? Defeatedd

1986

See also: Washington 1986 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 90 Taxes Increase sales tax 1/8 of 1% to fund wildlife conservation and recreation Defeatedd

1979

See also: Washington 1979 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 61 Taxes Minimum five cent refund on sales of beer, malt and carbonated beverage containers Defeatedd
ITL Initiative 62 Taxes Limitation on state tax revenues Defeatedd

1977

See also: Washington 1977 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 59 Environment Limit new appropriations of public water for non-public agricultural irrigation to farms of 2,000 acres or less Approveda

1972

See also: Washington 1972 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiatives 40 and 40B Environment Providing Litter Control
ITL Initiatives 43 and 43B Environment Regulating Shoreline Use and Development
ITL Initiative 44 Taxes An Act to limit tax levies on real and personal property by the state, and other taxing districts, except port and power districts, to an aggregate of twenty (20) mills on assessed valuation (50% of true and fair value), without a vote of the people; allowing the legislature to allocate or reallocate up to twenty (20) mills among the various taxing districts Approveda

1968

See also: Washington 1968 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 32 Natural Resources Establish the Full Employment Commission as a state agency Defeatedd

1960

See also: Washington 1960 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 25 Resources Prohibit dams on the Columbia River downstream from McNary Dam Approveda

1958

See also: Washington 1958 ballot measures

Between 1948 and 1958, Initiatives 14-22 were filed, but no signatures were presented for them, or they were otherwise withdrawn.

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 23 Admin of gov't Civil Service for Sheriff's Employees Approveda

1948

See also: Washington 1948 ballot measures
Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 13 Alcohol Beer and Wine Only Sold in State Liquor Stores Defeatedd

1943

See also: Washington 1943 ballot measures

The following measure was approved by the state legislature and therefore did not go before a vote of the people:

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 12 Utilities Regarding public power resources Approveda

1935

See also: Washington 1935 ballot measures

The following measure was approved by the state legislature and therefore did not go before a vote of the people:

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 2 Elections and campaigns Regarding blanket Primaries Approveda

1930

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 1 Utilities District power Measure Approveda

1916

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITL Initiative 1A Alcohol Brewers Hotel Bill Defeatedd

See also

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