Washington Convict Labor for Highway Construction, Initiative 10 (1914)
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Initiative 10 was filed on January 29, 1914.
Text on the Ballot
An act providing for the employment of all convicts upon public highways except in certain cases, authorizing the payment of certain sums to dependent families of such convicts, creating a state road fund, providing a tax levy of not to exceed one-half mill therefore, transferring the public highway fund thereto, and making an appropriation of two million dollars for carrying out the provisions of this act.
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- Convict labor in the State of Washington in 1910, an article in the New York Times.
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