Collected Commentary from 2003-2004

“Slot expansion sends the wrong message to our kids”

Jim and Lesley Austin, Seattle Times, October 17th, 2004

“No good can come from spread of gambling in state”

John Boonstra, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, October 17th, 2004

“I-892: Do we realize the gamble?”

Danny Westneat, Seattle Times, October 6th, 2004

“I-892: a game of chance we should walk away from”

Joni Balter, Seattle Times, Thursday, September 30th 2004

“Eyman’s life would be different as an American Indian”

Eileen Yoshina, The Olympian, Friday, July 16th, 2004

“You’d be a fool to gamble on Eyman’s latest scheme”

Floyd McKay, Seattle Times, Wednesday, June 23, 2004

“Initiatives can be addictive”

Danny Westneat, Seattle Times, Wednesday, July 7th 2004

“Gambling industry has itself a hired gun”

Chi-Dooh Li, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Thursday, June 24, 2004

“Initiative 892 is a bad bet”

James L. Austin Jr., Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Tuesday, May 25, 2004

“Bill does provide property tax relief”

Steve Zemke and David Goldstein, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Thursday, March 18, 2004

“Initiative guru Tim Eyman is not a king or a champion”

Dick Nichols, The Olympian, Wednesday, January 14th 2004

“Shun Wal-Mart approach to taxes”

David Goldstein, Seattle Times, Tuesday, January 6th, 2004

“Eyman should come clean”

Steve Zemke, Seattle Times, Tuesday, July 29th 2003

“Robbing schools to punish roads”

Thomas Shapley, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Friday, June 13th 2003

“Eyman’s anti-transit crusade ignores facts, law”

Cynthia Sullivan, Seattle Times, Wednesday, March 5th, 2003

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