OPINION OF THE COURT
DOE V. REED
561 U. S. ____ (2010)
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
JOHN DOE #1, et al., PETITIONERS v. SAM REED, WASHINGTON SECRETARY OF STATE, et al.
on writ of certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit
[June 24, 2010]
Chief Justice Roberts delivered the opinion of the Court.
The State of Washington allows its citizens to challenge state laws by referendum. Roughly four percent of Washington voters must sign a petition to place such a referendum on the ballot. That petition, which by law must include the names and addresses of the signers, is then submitted to the government for verification and canvassing, to ensure that only lawful signatures are counted. The Washington Public Records Act (PRA) authorizes private parties to obtain copies of government documents, and the State construes the PRA to cover submitted referendum petitions.
Part of the Petition System, which I believe is much needed, in order to move the United States toward a much more true Democracy, is very much a very well Organized "Petition System", part of that system is a Individual safe Identity, where each individual is enrolled in the system with a number such as SSN, driver lisc. etc.where one's identity is safe, only to be known by a separate entity of government free, from say Maybe a separate entity of the Surpreme Court it's self . -?-