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Legislative disclosure rules

It seem the Washington state Legislature must be extraordinarily dishonest, corrupt and immoral to require an exemption to the public disclosure and transparency rules that all of the other elected officials in the state must follow — and do follow with little problem.

We know the solution: Vote them ALL out. Unfortunately, that will take several years and by then the weak-minded and memory-less voters will believe all the lies they campaign with and return them all to office.

Whatever happened to the high quality of elected officials we seem to have had back in the late 1700s?

Eric Johnson



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