Tomorrow morning, I'm told, King County Superior Court Judge Bruce E. Heller will issue his ruling in a case that challenges the constitutionality of Tim Eyman's Initiative 1053—the one that created a 2/3 majority requirement in Olympia for passing any tax increases, and thereby hamstrung state lawmakers as they tried to dig out of the Great Recession.

Goldy (and a lot of others) have been saying for a while that 1053 is plainly unconstitutional, but what matters now—as this case continues its long road to the Washington State Supreme Court—is whether Judge Heller finds it unconstitutional.

Time for a legally binding and infallibly predictive Slog poll.