Revenge of Prop. 4 

The Community Bill of Rights is back - shorter, sleeker but still the same.

In 2009, Envision Spokane asked voters to pass Proposition 4, a massive collection of nine amendments to the city charter called the “Community Bill of Rights.” The 1,400-word text promised affordable health care, a locally based economy, affordable housing, cheap renewable…

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