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*{{lrcafull}} - A [[constitutional amendment]] that appears on a state's [[ballot]] as a [[ballot measure]] because the [[state legislature]] in that state voted to put it before the voters.  
 
*{{lrcafull}} - A [[constitutional amendment]] that appears on a state's [[ballot]] as a [[ballot measure]] because the [[state legislature]] in that state voted to put it before the voters.  
 
*[[Veto referendum|Veto referenda]] - When citizens of Washington disagree with a statute or legislative bill enacted by the state legislature, they can collect signatures to force the issue to a vote. If enough signatures are collected, the bill is placed on the statewide ballot.
 
*[[Veto referendum|Veto referenda]] - When citizens of Washington disagree with a statute or legislative bill enacted by the state legislature, they can collect signatures to force the issue to a vote. If enough signatures are collected, the bill is placed on the statewide ballot.
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'''See also:''' [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Washington]].
 
'''See also:''' [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Washington]].

Revision as of 10:36, 23 February 2011

Washington
LawsHistory
List of measures
Washington ballot measures come in several different varieties:


See also: History of Initiative & Referendum in Washington.


See also

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