The Firehouse Lawyer Newsletter

Results for newsletters with the topic “Elections” and the subtopic “Ballot Propositions

July 1997: The Public Disclosure Commission has adopted various laws prohibiting the use of public funds for various activities, and today we discuss these laws, and their exceptions, in depth; we also consider ballot propositions under the Pierce County Local Voters Pamphlet. 01-0419977v01n04jul1997.pdf
We discuss three different court cases today, two involving elected officials (a recall case and a defamation case) and one involving Washington's "single subject rule" for legislation (including initiatives of the people); we also briefly consider whether the per-student charge for fire protection would also apply to home-schooled students. 18-10202010October2020FINAL.pdf
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