Provisions of two bills passed this year by the Washington State Legislature are the first to trigger non-binding advisory votes based on Initiative 960, which requires taxes approved by the Legislature to appear on the ballot.
This Oregon Legislative Update outlines the state’s upcoming primary election, detailing the attorney general race as well as a number of ballot measures that could potentially impact credit unions.
All five U.S. representatives, all 60 state representatives, 14 state senators and numerous other statewide positions will face the ballot this year in Oregon, and the first step toward election comes in the form of the May 15 primary.
This Oregon legislative update discusses the stateâ€™s most recent revenue forecast and gives details on several aspects of Oregon state politics.
This Washington legislative update covers the various initiatives on the ballot in November, including tolling and privatizing liquor stores.