Late on Friday, the Washington Supreme Court issued a ruling overturning the Thurston County Superior Court's ruling which barred I-1639 from the ballot.
Their holding basically means no one—not the Secretary, not the Courts—may bring a challenge to enforce compliance with the Constitution and statute on the challenged grounds.
Washington Supreme Court puts gun-regulation measure I-1639 back on November ballot
The Washington Constitution specifies few requirements for the initiative process, but the first one is this: “Every such petition shall include the full text of the measure so proposed.”
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