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{{tnr}}The '''Washington Liquor Privatization, Initiative 1114,''' may appear on the [[Washington 2011 ballot measures|November 2011]] statewide ballot in [[Washington]] as an {{witpfull}}. The initiative would allow stores that are at least 9,000 square feet in size to sell liquor.<ref>[http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/text/i1114.pdf ''Washington Secretary of State'',"Initiative Measure No. 1114," January 10, 2011]</ref>
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{{tnr}}The '''Washington Liquor Privatization, Initiative 1114,''' may appear on the [[Washington 2011 ballot measures|November 2011]] statewide ballot in [[Washington]] as an {{witpfull}}. The initiative would enact the policies of [[Washington_Privatize_Liquor_Distribution,_Initiative_1100_(2010)|I-1100]], with the following two changes: New stores wishing to sell liquor must be at least 9,000 square feet in size. And the current state owned stores would be auctioned off to private owners.<ref>[http://www.sos.wa.gov/elections/initiatives/text/i1114.pdf ''Washington Secretary of State'',"Initiative Measure No. 1114," January 10, 2011]</ref>
  
 
Initiative sponsors include: Tim Eyman, Linda C. Morales and M.J. Fagan.
 
Initiative sponsors include: Tim Eyman, Linda C. Morales and M.J. Fagan.

Revision as of 17:11, 16 February 2011

The Washington Liquor Privatization, Initiative 1114, may appear on the November 2011 statewide ballot in Washington as an Initiative to the People. The initiative would enact the policies of I-1100, with the following two changes: New stores wishing to sell liquor must be at least 9,000 square feet in size. And the current state owned stores would be auctioned off to private owners.[1]

Initiative sponsors include: Tim Eyman, Linda C. Morales and M.J. Fagan.

Path to the ballot

See also: Washington signature requirements

In order to qualify for the ballot, supporters are required to submit a minimum of 241,153 valid signatures.

See also

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