A few more editorial voices have weighed in on the dispute we've been following on the proper disposition of the Initiative 1029 petitions.
The Olympian on Sunday finds the initiative "skating on thin legal ice" but mostly editorializes in favor of speedy judicial resolution of the question.
The Spokesman-Review, meanwhile, took the exactly opposite view decrying the potential for a lawsuit and describing the SEIU's failure to designate the petitions correctly as a mere "technical imprecision."
However, the Yakima Herald-Republic joins in today with its view that the initiative shouldn't move forward.
Add to the tally the views of the News Tribune and Seattle P-I (treat the petitions as written) and the Seattle Times (no harm, no foul), it would appear that in the true courts of last resort -- the editorial boards of the state -- I-1029 critics are thus far garnering a majority.