Former Washington State Attorney General Ken Eikenberry denounced the giant out-of-state corporations that paid for misleading ads against Initiative 1183, yet now he's shilling for the giant out-of-state corporations that are paying for misleading ads against Initiative 522. Huh.
Old guys like Eikenberry just sometimes get confused. So here's a few edits to clear things up:
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