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BREAKING: Eyman 2/3rd supermajority unconstitutional, judge rules

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► Today at the Seattle Times — Judge rules two-thirds vote requirement to raise taxes unconstitutional — King County Superior Court Judge Bruce Heller has ruled the voter-approved requirement that two-thirds of the Legislature approve tax increases is unconstitutional. The judge’s order issued Wednesday morning says the “supermajority vote requirement violates the simple majority provision” of the state Constitution.

MORE on this tomorrow morning at The Stand.

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