[nfbwatlk] FW: Vote no on I-1125
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jacob Struiksma" <lawnmower84 at hotmail.com>
To: "NFB of Washington Talk Mailing List" <nfbwatlk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 12:26 AM
Subject: [nfbwatlk] FW: Vote no on I-1125
> Hi --
> Environmental, labor, community and business leaders all agree that Tim
> Eyman's I-1125 is a bad deal for Washington. We're joined by the Spokesman
> E5C575B> Review, Yakima
> Herald, Seattle
> E5C595A> Times, Everett
> E5C585E> Herald, Olympian
> E5C5F5E> , Columbian
> E5C5857> , and Tacoma
> E5C585D> News Tribune.
> Now, we're counting on you - please vote no on I-1125!
> friend_KEY=8471> Click here to sign our petition against I-1125.
> Masquerading as a measure about tolling, 1125 is a dangerous and
> irresponsible initiative designed to halt major transportation projects
> across the state. Like with many of Eyman's initiatives, the devil is in
> I-1125 makes tolling more difficult -- and less helpful.
> I-1125 seeks to ban the use of variable tolling and limit where and when
> tolls could be used. I-1125 doesn't prevent tolling, it merely hands the
> ability to toll over to the state legislature. Currently, an independent,
> non-partisan commission of experts sets toll rates in the state. No other
> state in the country allows politicians to set and control toll rates.
> I-1125 costs taxpayers around the state.
> The <http://cts.vresp.com/c/?Futurewise/66a0c72eeb/39b4e2cc53/b2a0c257bf>
> State Treasurer recently noted just how dangerous politicizing this issue
> is. His analysis found that the uncertainty created by allowing
> to set toll rates will cost Washington State billions in bond financing
> important projects while increasing financing costs for taxpayers by
> hundreds of millions of dollars.
> I-1125 threatens voter-approved light rail.
> According to Eyman, if I-1125 passes it would kill the voter-approved plan
> to build light rail across Lake Washington on the I-90 floating bridge.
> That alone would create gridlock and cost our economy hundreds of jobs and
> billions in lost wages, all while putting the future economic vitality of
> the region at risk. We can't afford I-1125.
> friend_KEY=8471> is a bad deal for Washington. Join us in voting NO on
> Thanks for your support,
> Hilary Franz
> Executive Director
> PS. You can read
> here. And
> out the Keep Washington Rolling campaign here - that's the coalition we've
> joined to help defeat Eyman's I-1125.
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> friend_KEY=8471> Vote NO on I-1125!
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