Washington Initiative 917 (2006)

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Initiative 917 was filed on January 9, 2006 by Tim Eyman, M. J. Fagan and Leo J. Fagan. 266,035 signatures were filed to qualify it for the ballot. The Washington Secretary of State determined that 219,175 signatures were acceptable and 46,859 signatures were invalid. The percentage of invalid signatures was 17.61% . The measure did not qualify to the ballot.

The short description of I-917 said, "This measure would cap motor vehicle registration charges at $30 per year, repeal taxes and fees exceeding the $30 limit, calculate vehicle taxes and fees based on purchase price, and retire certain bonds."

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