State wants to rein in Eyman and he can’t stop it from trying

A Thurston County judge says the legality of potential penalties can be tackled once his case is tried.

Tim Eyman makes his case in Thurston County Superior Court on Friday. (TVW)

Tim Eyman makes his case in Thurston County Superior Court on Friday. (TVW)

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