Five obscure bills that Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has vetoed during his five years in office.
1 Allowing landowners to post an official warning of trespass by marking trees with fluorescent orange paint. (Veto issued: April 4, 2014.)
2 Banning state and local governments from using technology-enhanced surveillance via flying drones. (Veto issued: April 4, 2014).
3 Authorizing the state Transportation secretary to raise the speed limit to 75 mph on some parts of Interstate 90. (Veto issued: April 25, 2015.)
4 Creating a new crime of rental property theft, for those who fail to return rented or leased items within 72 hours. (Veto issued: May 5, 2017.)
5 Requiring the governor to send personal letters to foster parents in gratitude for their contributions. (Veto issued: July 6, 2017.)