[Editor's Note: Guest blogger Josh Cohen is a consultant providing need-based, low-cost internet media services for equality campaigns and organizations. During the day, he works for a software company in Redmond, WA. As a member of the Board of Directors for his corporate Employee Resource Group, he focuses on LGBT employee policies and corporate external legislative affairs.]
This past weekend, on July 25, we headed down to Olympia, the Washington State capitol to watch the Referendum 71 petitioners turn in their signatures. While I was there, one of these petitioners attempted to intimidate me because I was filming the events of the day.
I made a video of the trip and what we saw for those who would like to see what happens. The high point was having the police come up and defend me. People should take the time to learn what the law is before they attempt to take it into their own hands. Greg McPherson, take that free advice.
Check it out, after the jump: