In this 2010 file photo, initiative sponsor Tim Eyman speaks to reporters in front of a chart documenting the size of the state budget over time. State lawmakers are revisiting a law that restricts government property tax collections from growing more than 1 percent annually, a policy born from a 2001 Eyman initiative.
In this 2010 file photo, initiative sponsor Tim Eyman speaks to reporters in front of a chart documenting the size of the state budget over time. State lawmakers are revisiting a law that restricts government property tax collections from growing more than 1 percent annually, a policy born from a 2001 Eyman initiative. Steve Bloom The Olympian
In this 2010 file photo, initiative sponsor Tim Eyman speaks to reporters in front of a chart documenting the size of the state budget over time. State lawmakers are revisiting a law that restricts government property tax collections from growing more than 1 percent annually, a policy born from a 2001 Eyman initiative. Steve Bloom The Olympian

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