Tim Eyman says he’s filing a new initiative that, among other things, would limit future tax increases to one year. UPDATE: Monday he wasn’t saying when he’ll file – this year or next. Today, Eyman says he is filing it at 11 a.m. tomorrow, April 24.
The move is in part a reaction to the state Supreme Court throwing out his Initiative 960 which set a two-thirds vote requirement for Legislature-imposed tax increases into law.
Even before losing that case by a solid 6-to-3 margin in court, he’s since been agitating for a constitutional amendment to lock in that higher …