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Prop 4 threatens freedom

The Spokesman-Review

Wake up, Spokane, and vote no on Proposition 4, the so-called citizens’ bill of rights. This initiative is the greatest threat to our city and any future prosperity that we might have in the midst of our current economic crisis.

Wake up, Spokane, to the fact that this egregious initiative will become law and will plunge our city into a morass of legal challenges and chaos. The proponents of Envision Spokane have a calculated campaign to use this initiative to take control of our city. A constant campaign of lawsuits from those that support this agenda will descend on our city if its provisions are not met when they demand them.

Don’t let this outside group and their local followers, including Jim Sheehan of the Center for Justice, destroy our city government, businesses and our freedom. Please support Save Our Spokane campaign and soundly defeat this threat to our city’s future.

Will Parks

Nine Mile Falls


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