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Prop 1: Bad for Business; Bad for Spokane

The message is clearazar snip: Prop 1 is bad for business and it’s bad for Spokane.

 

General Election ballots drop this week. Saying you oppose Prop 1 is not enough. If you value a strong economy, if you value your freedoms as a business owner, a worker and a taxpayer, we urge you to read the fine print, to make sure you have a full understanding of the actual ramifications of Proposition 1 — the Worker Bill of Rights — and we urge you to Vote NO on Prop 1.

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