Vote in Washington state could ease school levy requirements

Sept. 19, 2007
Measure seeks to lower threshold for approval to a simple majority instead of 60 percent.

Forty-eight days before Election Day, there’s no organized opposition to the measure that would lower the bar for passing school levies in Washington state. Some see the Nov. 6 election as the best chance school supporters have had in years to change the 60 percent supermajority requirement that Washington voters set in place 75 years ago.

Click here to read The Tacoma News-Tribune article.
Click here to visit Simple Majority For Our Public Schools web page.

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