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AGO 1973 No. 8 >  March 6, 1973
LEGISLATURE - ADJOURNMENT - REFERENDUM - EFFECTIVE DATE OF ACTS SUBJECT TO REFERENDUM
LEGISLATURE ‑- ADJOURNMENT ‑- REFERENDUM ‑- EFFECTIVE DATE OF ACTS SUBJECT TO REFERENDUM Under Article II, § 41 (Amendment 26) of the Washington Constitution an act of the legislature which is subject to referendum does not take effect until ninety days after the final adjournment, sine die, of the session at which it was enacted; a temporary adjournment of each of the two houses with the consent of the other for a set time period agreed to between them under Article II, § 11 of the Constitution will not cause this time period thereby to begin to run as to bills subject to referendum which have theretofore been enacted.
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