Washington Bonuses for WWII Veterans, Initiative 169 (1948)
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Initiative 169 was found unconstitutional by the Washington Supreme Court on February 4, 1949. Later that year, the Washington State Legislature enacted similar legislation as Chapter 180, Laws of 1949.
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Initiative 169 was filed on January 2, 1948.
Text on the Ballot
An act providing for the payment of additional compensation to veterans of World War II; establishing administrative procedures; authorizing the issuance and sale of state bonds and allocating the revenues thereof to a compensation fund; providing for the retirement of the bonds through the proceeds of a tobacco tax; making an appropriation and providing penalties.
- Maine Bonus for Veterans of World War II Act (1946)
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