I've got a petition for I-103, and would be happy to bring it by if you haven't signed it yet and would like to. You can also print out your own from www.i103.org, or look for someone at the Farmer's Market most weeks.
The initiative is broad and has some flaws, in my opinion, but the overall message is very good.
Here are some of its features (see www.i103.org). It is a Seattle initiative that proposes to:
Eliminate corporate personhood and judge-made corporate "constitutional" rights
Ban corporate spending on elections
Ban corporate lobbying except in public forums
Close the revolving door of employment between elected officials and large corporations
Provide citizen oversight of the Seattle Police Department
Provide constitutional rights for workers
Provide neighborhoods the right to approve major zoning changes
Provide rights for nature
Provide equal access to a free and open Internet, known as network neutrality
Let me know if you want to sign it.
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