As supporters and opponents of universal background checks for gun sales try to get competing proposals on the Washington state ballot, some industrious signature- gatherers are making extra money by simultaneously collecting John Hancocks for both.
The double-agent professional signature-gatherers, apparently seeking to increase their earnings by capitalizing on voter ignorance, indecisiveness or a hyper-democratic desire to give everything a public vote, are not acting illegally. But organizers of both initiative drives say they are undermining the process.
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