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January 11, 2019

Court splits on initiative case

OLYMPIA (AP) — A split Washington Supreme Court says the Attorney General's Office can pursue a campaign finance disclosure case against the conservative Evergreen Freedom Foundation because disclosure requirements do apply to local ballot measures even before they're turned in for official review.

The Freedom Foundation had provided free legal services to citizens in Sequim, Shelton and Chelan who were gathering signatures for measures that would make collective bargaining sessions with public employee unions open to the public.

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