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Washington Votes 2011 Senate Joint Resolution 8206: Requiring extraordinary revenue growth to be Joseph Zarelli, (R-Ridgefield) (R) on January 20, 2011, to propose an amendment to the state Constitution requiring extraordinaryWashington Ballot Measure - Senate Joint Resolution 8206. By the end of each fiscal year Mar 24, 2014 - also known as Engrossed Substitute Senate Joint Resolution 8206, was See also: Washington State Constitution, Section 12 of Article VII. By Senators Bailey, Roach, Benton, Becker, Holmquist Newbry, Sheldon,. Washington Senate Joint Resolution 8206 (Prior Session Legislation). Concerning the Budget Stabilization Account Maintained in the State Treasury. Feb 4, 2013 - The reforms will help Washington employers stay in business and possibly grow, which means more jobs for our state. 63rd Legislature. Senate Joint Resolution 8206 Proposed to the People by the Legislature Amendment to . Election: Nov. 2013 Regular Session. Citizens' Guide to Senate Joint Resolution 8206: To Enhance the State's The state's current constitutional savings account is projected to have a balance of in January Washington Policy Center recommended that state leaders take Sep 23, 2011 - on Senate Joint Resolution 8206, a proposal to enhance the state's in January Washington Policy Center recommended that state leaders Jan 18, 2013 - State of Washington. 48th Legislative District; James McIntire, Washington State Treasurer. WA State Status: (Enrolled - Dead) 2011-05-25 - Filed with Secretary of State. Several members of the Article VII, section 12 of the Washington Constitution requires a budget stabilization account to be maintained in the state treasury.
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