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Proposition 4 debate Amendment 6 extra provisions

Andrew Zahler / The Spokesman-Review

Discussion of provisions to the sixth amendment – determining neighborhoods’ futures – of Envision Spokane’s proposed community bill of rights for Spokane during a Oct. 8, 2009, debate in the Spokesman-Review newsroom. Representing the campaign for the proposition is Kai Huschke, campaign director for Envision Spokane, the proposition’s sponsor. Representing the campaign against the bill of rights is former Spokane County Commissioner Kate McCaslin.

 
Tags: Community Bill of Rights, Envision Spokane, Kai Huschke, Kate McCaslin, proposition 4

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