I-1552 Would Bring Discrimination Back to Washington
For 11 years, Washington's non-discrimination laws have ensured fair and equal treatment for everyone. But now, a new initiative, I-1552, seeks to repeal protections for our transgender neighbors, family and friends. If opponents of equality gather enough signatures, this dangerous initiative will be on the ballot our transgender family, neighbors and friends. Discrimination isn't who we are in Washington, and it has no place in the state we all call home. Take action now to keep discrimination off the ballot: Decline to Sign I-1552! Oppose I-1552 Donate
Washington Is for Everyone: Our Economy Depends On It

Hundreds of Washington businesses are standing together against I-1552, united against any attempt to repeal our state's non-discrimination laws that for 11 years have ensured fair & equal treatment of transgender Washingtonians.

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I-1552: Dangerous, unnecessary and unenforceable
Repealing Washington's 11-year-old transgender non-discrimination laws could seriously damage our state's growing economy, driving away hundreds of millions each year in conventions, tourism, and new business. I-1552 would cost our education system and state programs billions in federal funding, and make our schools vulnerable to costly lawsuits. And it would make law enforcement’s job even tougher, costing taxpayers and stifling economic development. Learn More
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Washingtonians Who Won't Discriminate
Law enforcement officials, church leaders, businesses, elected leaders, and many more from around the state are joining the growing list of Washingtonians who are standing up against discrimination. Become an Endorser See the Full List of Endorsers