Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGLO NO. 30 >
COLLEGES ‑- COMMUNITY COLLEGES ‑- WAIVER OF TUITION FEES FOR EMPLOYEES OF STATE COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Constitutionality of § 3 of House Bill No. 234 (1973) for tuition waiver for employees of state colleges and universities
AGLO NO. 31 >
MOTOR VEHICLES ‑- EXCISE TAXES ‑- DISTRIBUTION ‑- APPROPRIATION Three questions relating to the use and distribution of motor vehicle excise taxes imposed by municipalities and collected by the state for local public transportation under RCW 35.58.272, et seq.; effect of appropriation upon
AGLO NO. 32 >
DISTRICTS ‑- LOCAL IMPROVEMENT ‑- FORMATION BY RESOLUTION OF CITY COUNCIL ‑- PROTEST If a protest against the formation of a local improvement district in a particular city under RCW 35.43.140 is signed by property owners whose property will bear sixty percent or more of the total cost of the
AGLO NO. 33 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- GOVERNOR ‑- GUBERNATORIAL APPOINTMENTS If the governor makes an appointment which is subject to senatorial confirmation under Article XIII, § 1 of the Washington Constitution or a similar statutory provision, and the senate fails to act at its first session
AGLO NO. 34 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ‑- BONDS ‑- AVAILABILITY OF FUNDS FROM BOND PROCEEDS ‑- CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER Consideration of the availability of funds received from the sale of bonds authorized by Referendums 29 and 31 for the construction and acquisition of a
AGLO NO. 35 >
CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- MUNICIPAL WATER SYSTEM ‑- REAL PROPERTY ‑- ACQUISITION OF TITLE BY ADVERSE POSSESSION The provisions of RCW 7.28.070 and 7.28.080 regarding the acquisition of title to real property by adverse possession do not apply to land owned by a city in connection with its municipal water
AGLO NO. 36 >
COURTS ‑- SUPREME ‑- JUDGES ‑- LOBBYING ‑- INITIATIVE 276 Definition of "lobbying" by a state court judge under §§ 16 and 19 on Initiative 276; registration and reporting requirements
AGLO NO. 37 >
LEGISLATURE ‑- LEGISLATORS ‑- MAY STATE LEGISLATOR ALSO BE A STATE EMPLOYEE Consideration of the eligibility of a member of the legislature to be employed by a state agency during the period of time the state legislature is not in session; applicability of Washington Constitution Article II, § 13;
AGLO NO. 38 >
DISTRICTS ‑- PUD ‑- COLLECTIVE BARGAINING ‑- LABOR A public utility district under RCW 54.04.170 and 54.04.180 may engage in collective bargaining with its employees in regard to the manner in which any reduction in the district's work force is to be accomplished, but may only agree to procedures
AGLO NO. 40 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- LEGISLATORS ‑- PUBLIC OFFICE, ELECTIONS ‑- ELIGIBILITY Extent to which Article II, § 13 of the Washington Constitution, relating to the eligibility of legislators for election or appointment to civil office, has been affected by the adoption of Article XXX, § 1,