Tim Eyman speaks with reporters Jan. 21 in Olympia after hearing that a judge struck down his latest tax-limiting measure. The decision from King County Superior Court Judge William Downing found, among other problems, that it was a thinly disguised effort to pass a constitutional amendment. Next up for Eyman: a ruling from the Supreme Court.
Tim Eyman speaks with reporters Jan. 21 in Olympia after hearing that a judge struck down his latest tax-limiting measure. The decision from King County Superior Court Judge William Downing found, among other problems, that it was a thinly disguised effort to pass a constitutional amendment. Next up for Eyman: a ruling from the Supreme Court. Elaine Thompson AP
Tim Eyman speaks with reporters Jan. 21 in Olympia after hearing that a judge struck down his latest tax-limiting measure. The decision from King County Superior Court Judge William Downing found, among other problems, that it was a thinly disguised effort to pass a constitutional amendment. Next up for Eyman: a ruling from the Supreme Court. Elaine Thompson AP

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