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The way I read the State Constitution, Articles I and II prohibit the majority from putting up the civil rights of a minority for a referendum or initiative vote. The judicial branch failed to prevent these two referendums from being voted on, and is therefore guilty of violating the state constitution. Initiatives and referenda are for issues such as school levies, not for voting on the civil rights of a minority. The WA state constitution also prohibits government officials from using their personal religious beliefs to do their job, and this is also not being upheld. Religious institutions, groups, non-profits, citizens, and politicians are committing legislative hate crimes against the gay citizens of Washington State. I know I have a case. Who will help?