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<div style="float:right; margin-top: 0.0em; margin-bottom:3px; background-color: #cee0f2; padding: .2em .6em; font-size: 130%; border:1px solid #A3B1BF;"><span style="font-size: larger;font-weight: bold;">&larr;</span> '''[[Washington 2008 ballot measures|2008]]''' </div>'''Nine statewide ballot measures''' are certified for the [[2010 ballot measures#Washington|November 2, 2010]] statewide ballot as of July 29, 2010.
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* The [[Washington State Legislature|state legislature]] has placed three ballot measures on the November ballot.
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'''Nine statewide ballot measures''' were on the [[2010 ballot measures#Washington|November 2, 2010 ballot]] in [[Washington]].
* Six measures are {{witpfull}}s.
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* Six of the measures were {{witpfull|plural=yes}}.
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* One of the measures was a {{lrssfull}}.
According to the [[Washington Secretary of State|secretary of state]], ballot language for 82 initiatives was filed earlier in the year, which is close to a record for [[List of Washington ballot measures|ballot initiatives in the State of Washington]]. Only 59 initiatives, however, were assigned numbers for the 2010 election.<ref name="WAPDCJuly22">[http://www.pdc.wa.gov/archive/commissionmeetings/meetingshearings/pdfs/2010/07.22.2010.initiative.slideshow.pdf ''Washington Public Disclosure Commission'',"Contribution and Expenditure Activity To Qualify 2010 Initiatives to the People," July 22, 2010]</ref> The filing deadline for the [[2010 ballot measures|November 2010 ballot]] for an [[Initiatives to the Legislature (Washington)|Initiative to the Legislature]] was [[BC2009#December|December 31, 2009]].
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* Two of the measures were {{lrcafull}}s.
 
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* Four of the measures were approved and five were defeated.
The [[Petition drive deadlines, 2010|filing deadline]] for an [[Initiatives to the People  (Washington)|Initiative to the People]] was [[2010 ballot measure calendar#July|July 2, 2010]]. Sponsors of six [[Initiatives to the People  (Washington)|Initiatives to the People]] filed signatures by the deadline. All six qualified for the ballot. According to the [[Washington Public Disclosure Commission|Public Disclosure Commission]], about $6,782,748 was spent to collect signatures for the six initiatives voters.<ref name="WAPDCJuly22"/><ref>[http://www.seattlepi.com/local/6420ap_wa_initiative_money.html ''Associated Press'',"More than $6.6M spent on initiative signatures," July 23, 2010]</ref>
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Legalization of Marijuana, Initiative 1068 (2010)|Legalize Marijuana, Initiative 1068]] || [[:Category:Marijuana, Washington|Marijuana]] || Make it legal for adults to grow, possess and sell marijuana || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Legalization of Marijuana, Initiative 1068 (2010)|Legalize Marijuana, Initiative 1068]] || [[Marijuana on the ballot|Marijuana]] || Make it legal for adults to grow, possess and sell marijuana || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Bottled Water and Carbonated Beverages Tax Initiative (2010)|Bottled Water and Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1094 (3)]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end temporary tax bottled water and carbonated beverages || ''withdrawn 5/7/10''
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Bottled Water and Carbonated Beverages Tax Initiative (2010)|Bottled Water and Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1094 (3)]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end temporary tax bottled water and carbonated beverages || ''withdrawn 5/7/10''
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Water, Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax Initiative (2010)|Water, Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1095]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end three temporary taxes - bottled water, carbonated beverages, and beer || ''withdrawn 5/4/10''
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Water, Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax Initiative (2010)|Water, Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1095]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end three temporary taxes - bottled water, carbonated beverages, and beer || ''withdrawn 5/4/10''
  
 
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|{{witp}}  || [[Washington Carbonated Beverages Tax Initiative (2010)|Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1096]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end a temporary tax on carbonated beverages || ''withdrawn 5/4/10''
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|{{witp}}  || [[Washington Carbonated Beverages Tax Initiative (2010)|Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1096]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end a temporary tax on carbonated beverages || ''withdrawn 5/4/10''
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Long-Term Care Workers Initiative (2010)|Long-Term Care Workers, Initiative 1097]] || [[:Category:Health care, Washington|Health care]] || Increases training for long-term care workers; increases for completing advanced training || ''withdrawn 4/30/10''
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Long-Term Care Workers Initiative (2010)|Long-Term Care Workers, Initiative 1097]] || [[Health care on the ballot|Health care]] || Increases training for long-term care workers; increases for completing advanced training || ''withdrawn 4/30/10''
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington U.S. Legal Presence Initiative (2010)|U.S. Legal Presence, Initiative 1056]] || [[:Category:Immigration, Washington|Immigration]] || Require verifying immigration status of persons seeking employment, driver's licenses, etc. || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington U.S. Legal Presence Initiative (2010)|U.S. Legal Presence, Initiative 1056]] || [[Immigration on the ballot|Immigration]] || Require verifying immigration status of persons seeking employment, driver's licenses, etc. || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington State Budget Amendment (2010)|State Budget Amendment, Initiative 1057 (2)]] || [[:Category:State budgets, Washington|State budgets]] || Establishes a ceiling on state income and debt, voter approval required for changes || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington State Budget Amendment (2010)|State Budget Amendment, Initiative 1057 (2)]] || [[State and local government budgets, spending and finance on the ballot|State budgets]] || Establishes a ceiling on state income and debt, voter approval required for changes || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Teaching of the Constitution Requirement (2010)|Teaching of the Constitution Requirement, Initiative 1058]] || [[:Category:Education, Washington|Education]] || Requires the teaching of the relationship of the Declaration of Independence & Constitution || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Teaching of the Constitution Requirement (2010)|Teaching of the Constitution Requirement, Initiative 1058]] || [[Education on the ballot|Education]] || Requires the teaching of the relationship of the Declaration of Independence & Constitution || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Protection Act (2010)|Protection Act, Initiative 1059]] || [[:Category:Law enforcement, Washington|Law enforcement]] || Adds a statute that allows the right of self-defense || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Protection Act (2010)|Protection Act, Initiative 1059]] || [[Law enforcement on the ballot|Law enforcement]] || Adds a statute that allows the right of self-defense || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account Act (2010)|Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account Act, Initiative 1060]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Create a federal tax escrow account|| {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account Act (2010)|Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account Act, Initiative 1060]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Create a federal tax escrow account|| {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Law Enforcement Amendment (2010)|Law Enforcement Amendment, Initiative 1061]] || [[:category:Law enforcement, Washington|Law enforcement]] || Would authorize sheriffs to prohibit federal employees from making arrests, searches or seizures || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Law Enforcement Amendment (2010)|Law Enforcement Amendment, Initiative 1061]] || [[Law enforcement on the ballot|Law enforcement]] || Would authorize sheriffs to prohibit federal employees from making arrests, searches or seizures || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Firearms Freedom Act (2010)|Firearms Freedom Act, Initiative 1062]] || [[:Category:Firearms, Washington|Firearms]] || Personal firearms within the state are not subject to federal regulation || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Firearms Freedom Act (2010)|Firearms Freedom Act, Initiative 1062]] || [[Firearms on the ballot|Firearms]] || Personal firearms within the state are not subject to federal regulation || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Health Insurance Freedom Act (2010)|Health Care Freedom Act (2)]] || [[:Category:Health care, Washington|Health care]] || Prohibit rules against participation in specific health care ||{{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Health Insurance Freedom Act (2010)|Health Care Freedom Act (2)]] || [[Health care on the ballot|Health care]] || Prohibit rules against participation in specific health care ||{{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Constitutional Government Act (2010)|Constitutional Government Act, Initiative 1064]] || [[:category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Legislation must identify the Constitutional power that allows for enactment of the proposed legislation || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Constitutional Government Act (2010)|Constitutional Government Act, Initiative 1064]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Legislation must identify the Constitutional power that allows for enactment of the proposed legislation || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Nontoxic Greenhouse Gas Regulation (2010)|Nontoxic Greenhouse Gas Regulation, Initiative 1065]] || [[:Category:Environment, Washington|Environment]] || Prevents the regulation of nontoxic greenhouse gas emissions || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Nontoxic Greenhouse Gas Regulation (2010)|Nontoxic Greenhouse Gas Regulation, Initiative 1065]] || [[Environment on the ballot|Environment]] || Prevents the regulation of nontoxic greenhouse gas emissions || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} ||  [[Washington Change the State Seal Initiative, 2010|Change the State Seal, Initiative 1069]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Requires that the Seal of the State of Washington be changed || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} ||  [[Washington Change the State Seal Initiative, 2010|Change the State Seal, Initiative 1069]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Requires that the Seal of the State of Washington be changed || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Tax Amendment, 2010|Tax Amendment, Initiative 1070 (3)]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Establish a tax on certain income, reduce state property tax levy, increase business tax credit || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Tax Amendment, 2010|Tax Amendment, Initiative 1070 (3)]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Establish a tax on certain income, reduce state property tax levy, increase business tax credit || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Minimum Drinking Age Initiative (2010)|Minimum Drinking Age, Initiative 1072]] || [[:Category:Alcohol, Washington|Alcohol]] || Lowers the drinking age in the state to 19 from 21 || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Minimum Drinking Age Initiative (2010)|Minimum Drinking Age, Initiative 1072]] || [[Alcohol on the ballot|Alcohol]] || Lowers the drinking age in the state to 19 from 21 || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Candidate Filing Initiative (2010)|Candidate Filing, Initiative 1075]] || [[:Category:Elections and campaigns, Washington|Elections]] || Concerns election candidate filing fees || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Candidate Filing Initiative (2010)|Candidate Filing, Initiative 1075]] || [[Elections and campaigns on the ballot|Elections]] || Concerns election candidate filing fees || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Repeal 2010 Laws Initiative (2010)|Repeal 2010 Laws, Initiative 1076]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Would repeal all laws adopted in 2010 || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Repeal 2010 Laws Initiative (2010)|Repeal 2010 Laws, Initiative 1076]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Would repeal all laws adopted in 2010 || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Mandatory Overtime Initiative (2010)|Mandatory Overtime, Initiative 1079]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Require state agencies and non profit groups to pay mandatory overtime at three times the hourly rate || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Mandatory Overtime Initiative (2010)|Mandatory Overtime, Initiative 1079]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Require state agencies and non profit groups to pay mandatory overtime at three times the hourly rate || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington State Expenditure Limit Initiative (2010)|State Expenditure Limit, Initiative 1083]] || [[:Category:State spending, Washington|State spending]] || Sets the state expenditure limit at 95% of “anticipated funds” or 97% of the previous year’s funds || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington State Expenditure Limit Initiative (2010)|State Expenditure Limit, Initiative 1083]] || [[State and local government budgets, spending and finance on the ballot|State spending]] || Sets the state expenditure limit at 95% of “anticipated funds” or 97% of the previous year’s funds || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Public Assistance Initiative (2010)|Public Assistance, Initiative 1084]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Allow the state to award public assistance following verification of citizenship || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Public Assistance Initiative (2010)|Public Assistance, Initiative 1084]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Allow the state to award public assistance following verification of citizenship || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Military Employment Actions Initiative (2010)|Military Employment Actions, Initiative 1085]] || [[:Category:Military, Washington|Military]] || Would prohibit the Washington State Military Department from taking adverse employment actions based on sexual orientation || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Military Employment Actions Initiative (2010)|Military Employment Actions, Initiative 1085]] || [[LGBT issues on the ballot|LGBT issues]] || Would prohibit the Washington State Military Department from taking adverse employment actions based on sexual orientation || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}}|| [[Washington Excise Tax on Beer Initiative (2010)|Excise Tax on Beer, Initiative 1087 (2)]] || [[:Category:Alcohol, Washington|Alcohol]] || Would end a temporary excise tax on beer and strong beer || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}}|| [[Washington Excise Tax on Beer Initiative (2010)|Excise Tax on Beer, Initiative 1087 (2)]] || [[Alcohol on the ballot|Alcohol]] || Would end a temporary excise tax on beer and strong beer || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Tobacco Tax Initiative (2010)|Tobacco Tax, Initiative 1088]] || [[:Category:Tobacco, Washington|Tobacco]] || Would reduce the tax on cigarettes and cigars and change the allocation of tax revenue || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Tobacco Tax Initiative (2010)|Tobacco Tax, Initiative 1088]] || [[Tobacco on the ballot|Tobacco]] || Would reduce the tax on cigarettes and cigars and change the allocation of tax revenue || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Business and Occupation Tax Initiative (2010)|Business and Occupation Tax, Initiative 1089]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end a temporary increase in the business and occupation tax applicable to certain taxpayers || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Business and Occupation Tax Initiative (2010)|Business and Occupation Tax, Initiative 1089]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end a temporary increase in the business and occupation tax applicable to certain taxpayers || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Beverages and Candy Tax Initiative (2010)|Beverages and Candy Tax, Initiative 1092]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end tax increases enacted in 2010 on beverages and candy || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Beverages and Candy Tax Initiative (2010)|Beverages and Candy Tax, Initiative 1092]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end tax increases enacted in 2010 on beverages and candy || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax Initiative (2010)|Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1093]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would end temporary taxes on carbonated beverages and beer || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax Initiative (2010)|Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1093]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would end temporary taxes on carbonated beverages and beer || {{nob}}
  
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Prohibit Income Tax Without Vote Initiative (2010)|Prohibit Income Tax Without Vote, Initiative 1101]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Prohibits enactment of an income tax without a vote of the people || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Prohibit Income Tax Without Vote Initiative (2010)|Prohibit Income Tax Without Vote, Initiative 1101]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Prohibits enactment of an income tax without a vote of the people || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington State and Local Retail Sales Tax Exemption (2010)|State and Local Retail Sales Tax Exemption, Initiative 1102]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Would exempt Washington made products from state and local retail sales taxes ||{{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington State and Local Retail Sales Tax Exemption (2010)|State and Local Retail Sales Tax Exemption, Initiative 1102]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Would exempt Washington made products from state and local retail sales taxes ||{{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Limit State Legislator Compensation Initiative (2010)|Limit State Legislator Compensation, Initiative 1103]] || [[:Category:Administration of government, Washington|Admin of gov't]] || Limit state legislator compensation to regular legislative sessions || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Limit State Legislator Compensation Initiative (2010)|Limit State Legislator Compensation, Initiative 1103]] || [[Administration of government on the ballot|Admin of gov't]] || Limit state legislator compensation to regular legislative sessions || {{nob}}
  
 
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Initiative (2010)|Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure, Initiative 1104]] || [[:Category:Business regulation, Washington|Business]] || Would prohibit financial institutions from foreclosing certain mortgages without first offering debtors options || {{nob}}
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|{{witp}} || [[Washington Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure Initiative (2010)|Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure, Initiative 1104]] || [[Business regulation on the ballot|Business]] || Would prohibit financial institutions from foreclosing certain mortgages without first offering debtors options || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Abduction Prevention Training Initiative (2010)|Abduction Prevention Training, Initiative 1108]] || [[:Category:Law enforcement, Washington|Law enforcement]] || Requires public school districts to provide abduction prevention safety training ||{{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Abduction Prevention Training Initiative (2010)|Abduction Prevention Training, Initiative 1108]] || [[Law enforcement on the ballot|Law enforcement]] || Requires public school districts to provide abduction prevention safety training ||{{nob}}
  
 
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Martial Arts Weapons Ban in Schools Initiative (2010)|Martial Arts Weapons Ban in Schools, Initiative 1109]] || [[:Category:Education, Washington|Education]] || Prohibits martial arts weapons in schools and colleges || {{nob}}
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| {{witp}} || [[Washington Martial Arts Weapons Ban in Schools Initiative (2010)|Martial Arts Weapons Ban in Schools, Initiative 1109]] || [[Education on the ballot|Education]] || Prohibits martial arts weapons in schools and colleges || {{nob}}
  
 
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| {{lrca}} || [[Washington Build America Bonds Amendment (2010)|Build America Bonds Amendment]] || [[:Category:Bond issues, Washington|Bond issues]] || expand state use of federally subsidized Build America Bonds || {{nob}}
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| {{lrca}} || [[Washington Income Tax Measure (2010)|Income Tax Measure]] || [[Taxes on the ballot|Taxes]] || Income tax at 4.5% of income over $200,000; reduce sales tax || {{nob}}
 
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| {{lrca}} || [[Washington Income Tax Measure (2010)|Income Tax Measure]] || [[:Category:Taxes, Washington|Taxes]] || Income tax at 4.5% of income over $200,000; reduce sales tax || {{nob}}
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==Local ballot measures==
 
==Local ballot measures==
* [[February 9, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|February 9]] [[April 27, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|April 27]] [[May 18, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|May 18]] [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|November 2]]
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* [[February 9, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|February 9]]
 
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* [[April 27, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|April 27]]
==See also==
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* [[May 18, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|May 18]]
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* [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Washington|November 2]]
* [[2010 ballot measures]]
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* [[Endorsements of Washington ballot measures, 2010]]
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* [[Laws governing the initiative process in Washington]]
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* [[Washington signature requirements]]
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* [[History of Initiative & Referendum in Washington]]
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* [[Campaign finance requirements for Washington ballot measures]]
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===Articles===
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* [[Initiative petition deadlines arrive in Oregon and Washington]]
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==External links==
 
==External links==
* [http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/Default.aspx Washington Elections & Voting]
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* [https://weiapplets.sos.wa.gov/MyVote/OnlineVotersGuide/Measures?electionId=37&countyCode=xx&ismyVote=False State of Washington 2010 Voters Guide]
* [http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/referenda_2010.aspx Initiatives and Referenda filed in 2010]
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* [http://vote.wa.gov/results/20101102/Measures.html Washington 2010 election results]
 
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==Additional reading==
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* [http://blogs.sos.wa.gov/FromOurCorner/index.php/2010/08/initiatives-why-we-do-random-checks/ ''Washington Secretary of State's: From Our Corner'',"Initiatives: Why we do random checks," August 3, 2010]
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* [http://blogs.sos.wa.gov/FromOurCorner/index.php/2010/07/initiative-cash-millions-for-direct-democracy/ ''Washington Secretary of State's: From Our Corner'',"Initiative cash: Millions for `direct democracy’," July 22, 2010]
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* [http://www.lakestevensjournal.com/news/article.exm/2010-07-20_several_initiatives_will_appear_on_november_ballot ''Lake Stevens Journal'',"Several initiatives will appear on November ballot," July 20, 2010]
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* [http://www.thenewstribune.com/2010/07/03/1250842/let-the-spending-begin.html ''The News Tribune'',"Let the spending begin on election ballot measures," July 3, 2010]
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* [http://blogs.sos.wa.gov/FromOurCorner/index.php/2010/07/direct-democracy-a-six-pack-for-2010/ ''Washington's: From Our Corner'',"`Direct democracy’ — A six-pack for 2010," July 2, 2010]
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* [http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2012268546_initiatives03m.html ''Associated Press'',"6 initiatives appear headed for fall ballot," July 2, 2010]
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* [http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2012238588_apwainitiativepetitions1stld.html ''Associated Press'',"Wash. initiative petition deadline looming," June 29, 2010]
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* [http://content.usatoday.com/communities/ondeadline/post/2010/06/record-number-of-ballot-measures-filed-in-washington-state/1 ''USA Today'',"Record number of ballot measures filed in Washington state," June 23, 2010]
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* [http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/politicsnorthwest/2012178676_november_ballot_already_lookin.html ''The Seattle Times'',"November ballot already looking crowded," June 22, 2010]
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* [http://www.inlander.com/spokane/article-15220-taking-initiative.html ''Inlander'',"Taking Initiative," June 16, 2010]
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* [http://www.thenewstribune.com/2010/06/01/1208189/initiatives-many-are-filed-but.html ''The News Tribune'',"Initiatives: Many are filed, but few are sane," June 1, 2010]
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* [http://blogs.sos.wa.gov/FromOurCorner/index.php/2010/05/initiative-goldrush-a-record-77-filed-so-far/ ''Washington's: From Our Corner'',"Initiative goldrush: a record 77 filed (so far)," May 13, 2010]
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* [http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/stories/2010/05/10/daily38.html ''Puget Sound Business Journal'',"Washington state with record 77 filed initiatives," May 13, 2010]
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* [http://blogs.sos.wa.gov/FromOurCorner/index.php/2010/01/2010-initiative-season-underway/ ''Washington's: From Our Corner'',"2010 initiative season underway," January 26, 2010]
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===Editorials===
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* [http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/opinion/2012015813_joni03.html?prmid=op_ed ''The Seattle Times'',"Flood of statewide initiatives is a sign of anxious times," June 2, 2010]
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* [http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/editorials/2011889167_edit18nitiatives.html ''The Seattle Times'',"From taxes to tapeworms, initiatives welcome here," May 17, 2010]
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[[Category:Washington 2010 ballot measures]]

Revision as of 12:45, 6 September 2013

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Nine statewide ballot measures were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in Washington.

On the ballot

November 2:

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITP Initiative 1053 Taxes Requires a supermajority vote of the legislature or a statewide vote for tax increases ApprovedaOverturnedot
ITP Initiative 1082 Labor Authorizes employers to purchase private industrial insurance Defeatedd
ITP Initiative 1098 Taxes Establishes a tax on "adjusted gross income" above $200,000 for individuals and $400,000 for filing jointly and reduces the limit on statewide property taxes by 20% and increased the business and occupation tax credit to $4,800 Defeatedd
ITP Initiative 1100 Alcohol Closes state liquor stores and authorizes sale, distribution and importation by private parties Defeatedd
ITP Initiative 1105 Alcohol Closes all state liquor stores and licenses private parties to sell or distribute spirits Defeatedd
ITP Initiative 1107 Taxes Reduces tax rates for certain food processors, ends the sales tax on candy and ends the temporary sales tax on some bottled water and temporary excise taxes on carbonated beverages Approveda
LRSS Referendum 52 Bond issues Authorizes $500 million bond for construction and repair projects increasing energy efficiency in public schools and higher education buildings Defeatedd
LRCA SJR 8225 State budget Requires the state to reduce the interest accounted for in calculating the constitutional debt limit Approveda
LRCA HJR 4220 Law enforcement Gives judges authority to deny bail whenever they deem the public at risk Approveda

Not on the ballot

Type Title Subject Description Result
ITP Legalize Marijuana, Initiative 1068 Marijuana Make it legal for adults to grow, possess and sell marijuana Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Bottled Water and Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1094 (3) Taxes Would end temporary tax bottled water and carbonated beverages withdrawn 5/7/10
ITP Water, Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1095 Taxes Would end three temporary taxes - bottled water, carbonated beverages, and beer withdrawn 5/4/10
ITP Carbonated Beverages Tax, Initiative 1096 Taxes Would end a temporary tax on carbonated beverages withdrawn 5/4/10
ITP Long-Term Care Workers, Initiative 1097 Health care Increases training for long-term care workers; increases for completing advanced training withdrawn 4/30/10
ITP U.S. Legal Presence, Initiative 1056 Immigration Require verifying immigration status of persons seeking employment, driver's licenses, etc. Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP State Budget Amendment, Initiative 1057 (2) State budgets Establishes a ceiling on state income and debt, voter approval required for changes Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Teaching of the Constitution Requirement, Initiative 1058 Education Requires the teaching of the relationship of the Declaration of Independence & Constitution Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Protection Act, Initiative 1059 Law enforcement Adds a statute that allows the right of self-defense Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Sovereignty and Federal Tax Escrow Account Act, Initiative 1060 Admin of gov't Create a federal tax escrow account Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Law Enforcement Amendment, Initiative 1061 Law enforcement Would authorize sheriffs to prohibit federal employees from making arrests, searches or seizures Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Firearms Freedom Act, Initiative 1062 Firearms Personal firearms within the state are not subject to federal regulation Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Health Care Freedom Act (2) Health care Prohibit rules against participation in specific health care Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Constitutional Government Act, Initiative 1064 Admin of gov't Legislation must identify the Constitutional power that allows for enactment of the proposed legislation Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Nontoxic Greenhouse Gas Regulation, Initiative 1065 Environment Prevents the regulation of nontoxic greenhouse gas emissions Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Change the State Seal, Initiative 1069 Admin of gov't Requires that the Seal of the State of Washington be changed Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Tax Amendment, Initiative 1070 (3) Taxes Establish a tax on certain income, reduce state property tax levy, increase business tax credit Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Minimum Drinking Age, Initiative 1072 Alcohol Lowers the drinking age in the state to 19 from 21 Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Candidate Filing, Initiative 1075 Elections Concerns election candidate filing fees Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Repeal 2010 Laws, Initiative 1076 Admin of gov't Would repeal all laws adopted in 2010 Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Mandatory Overtime, Initiative 1079 Admin of gov't Require state agencies and non profit groups to pay mandatory overtime at three times the hourly rate Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP State Expenditure Limit, Initiative 1083 State spending Sets the state expenditure limit at 95% of “anticipated funds” or 97% of the previous year’s funds Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Public Assistance, Initiative 1084 Admin of gov't Allow the state to award public assistance following verification of citizenship Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Military Employment Actions, Initiative 1085 LGBT issues Would prohibit the Washington State Military Department from taking adverse employment actions based on sexual orientation Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Excise Tax on Beer, Initiative 1087 (2) Alcohol Would end a temporary excise tax on beer and strong beer Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Tobacco Tax, Initiative 1088 Tobacco Would reduce the tax on cigarettes and cigars and change the allocation of tax revenue Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Business and Occupation Tax, Initiative 1089 Taxes Would end a temporary increase in the business and occupation tax applicable to certain taxpayers Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Beverages and Candy Tax, Initiative 1092 Taxes Would end tax increases enacted in 2010 on beverages and candy Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Carbonated Beverages and Beer Tax, Initiative 1093 Taxes Would end temporary taxes on carbonated beverages and beer Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot


ITP Prohibit Income Tax Without Vote, Initiative 1101 Taxes Prohibits enactment of an income tax without a vote of the people Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP State and Local Retail Sales Tax Exemption, Initiative 1102 Taxes Would exempt Washington made products from state and local retail sales taxes Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Limit State Legislator Compensation, Initiative 1103 Admin of gov't Limit state legislator compensation to regular legislative sessions Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure, Initiative 1104 Business Would prohibit financial institutions from foreclosing certain mortgages without first offering debtors options Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Abduction Prevention Training, Initiative 1108 Law enforcement Requires public school districts to provide abduction prevention safety training Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
ITP Martial Arts Weapons Ban in Schools, Initiative 1109 Education Prohibits martial arts weapons in schools and colleges Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot
LRCA Income Tax Measure Taxes Income tax at 4.5% of income over $200,000; reduce sales tax Proposed ballot measures that were not on a ballot

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