Legislature OKs initiatives on police pursuits, income tax, parental rights

By Laurel Demkovich, Grace Deng, Jerry Cornfield and Bill Lucia / Washington State Standard

Three citizen initiatives designed to lift restrictions on police vehicle pursuits, prohibit income taxes and establish a “bill of rights” for parents of K-12 students are set to become law in Washington after winning approval in the state House and Senate on Monday, March 4.

The initiatives do not require the governor’s signature. They will take effect 90 days after the legislative session ends — so in early June, if lawmakers wrap up their work for the year as expected on Thursday, March 7.

Passage of three initiatives in one day is historic in

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