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Voters seeking extensive information from the usual sources on five statewide advisory measures before casting their ballots may be out of luck.
There are no high-powered campaigns for or against Advisory Votes 3 through 7. No statements pro or con in the state Voters Pamphlet. No web sites with videos or lists of endorsers…
To find out more about the tax advisory votes, or to comment, continue inside the blog.
OLYMPIA — Voters get to weigh in on two more ballot measures in November, a pair of advisory votes on changes to tax law the Legislature approved this year.
One involves petroleum taxes, the other involves a tax break for large banks on mortgages.
They're advisory votes, so the Legislature isn't bound by them. They're required by Initiative 960.
They will add about 16 pages to the state Voter's Guide, which will be coming out in the fall.
To read the ballot language, go inside the blog.