Washington 2002 ballot measures
On the ballot
|ITP||Initiative 776||Transportation||Requires license tab fees to be $30 per year for motor vehicles||
|ITP||Initiative 790||Labor||Places the management of police and firemen's retirement system in a board of trustees||
|VR||Referendum 53||Welfare||Establishes new employer rate classes, increases some taxable wage bases, and imposes surcharges under certain circumstances||
|LRSS||Referendum 51||Transportation||Increases fuel excise taxes, sales tax on vehicles and weight fees on large vehicles||
|HJR 4220||Taxes||Restricts the number of years excess levies by fire protection districts can be made||
Twenty-three (23) "initiatives to the people" were filed in 2002. Eighteen failed to submit signatures, and two were withdrawn by sponsor.
Twenty-two (22) "initiatives to the legislature" were filed in 2002. Six were withdrawn by the sponsor, two were inactive, and three were filed too late to receive a ballot title.
Four "referendum measures" were filed in 2002. One failed to submit signatures, two were withdrawn, and one made it to the ballot.
One "referendum bill" was filed in 2002. It made the ballot and failed.
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