A common cry among proponents of the three proposed constitutional amendments claims Idaho and California are alone in their requirements for voter approval for certain public funding.
While not an argument over “fees,” to finance debt, Washington State voters seek to limit the taxing authority of government without 2/3 voter approval. Idaho already has that authority when it comes to local debt. Local government leaders are pushing to eliminate any voter scrutiny when it comes to airport or public hospital spending.
Here is link to a cute TV SPOT from our neighbors to the west.
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