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Tim Eyman loses effort to weaken State of Washington’s primary lawsuit against him

Excerpt: Tim Eyman was hit with what he called "a gut punch" when the judge presiding over the campaign finance enforcement lawsuit against him denied his motion for partial summary judgment.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Litigation
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State of Washington moves to convert Tim Eyman’s bankruptcy into a Chapter 7 case

Excerpt: Bob Ferguson has objected to Tim Eyman's motion to dismiss his Chapter 11 case and is asking for a conversion to a Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy instead.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Federal judge: Campaign finance enforcement lawsuits against Tim Eyman can proceed

Excerpt: The State of Washington has a green light to move ahead with its campaign finance enforcement suits against Tim Eyman despite his recent bankruptcy filing.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
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Tim Eyman’s bankruptcy is stalling AG Bob Ferguson’s case against Eyman — as intended

Excerpt: Eyman's "bankruptcy" has already forced the postponement of a bevy of depositions the state had scheduled... of Eyman, his associates, and top donors.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Litigation
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