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AGO 1975 No. 5 >  March 26, 1975
ELECTIONS - CITIZENSHIP - MARRIAGE - WOMEN - LEGAL RESIDENCE OF MARRIED WOMEN
ELECTIONS ‑- CITIZENSHIP ‑- MARRIAGE ‑- WOMEN ‑- LEGAL RESIDENCE OF MARRIED WOMEN Insofar as legal residence for voting purposes is concerned, and for all other purposes, the common-law rule that the domicile of a married woman is the same as that of her husband unless they are separated has been abrogated by the adoption of Article XXXI, § 1 (Amendment 61) of the Washington constitution, commonly referred to as the "equal rights" amendment.
AGO 1951 No. 112 >  August 28, 1951
LABOR - WOMEN - OVERTIME PAY FOR WORKING IN EXCESS OF 8 HOURS
LABOR ‑- WOMEN ‑- OVERTIME PAY FOR WORKING IN EXCESS OF 8 HOURS

Director of Labor and Industries is limited in taking of assignments of wage claims.Wage claims for overtime for women working in excess of 8 hours a day invalid.

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