Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

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OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ‑- CIVIL SERVICE ‑- REMOVAL OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONER A board of county commissioners has the discretionary authority not to proceed with a hearing on the merits on charges preferred against a civil service commissioner under RCW 41.14.030 when it
AGLO NO. 103 >
ELECTIONS ‑- POLITICAL PARTY ‑- QUALIFICATION OF PARTY AS A MAJOR POLITICAL PARTY A political party does not become a "major" political party on a state‑wide [[statewide]]basis solely as a result of one of its candidates having received at least ten percent of the votes cast for the office of state
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COUNTIES ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- TAXATION ‑- AUTHORITY TO IMPOSE SPECIAL EXCISE TAX A county, and a city situated within that county may both impose the special excise tax authorized by RCW 67.28.180 on statutorily taxable transactions occurring within the city.       
AGLO NO. 105 >
TAXATION ‑- INCOME ‑- INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ‑- CONSTITUTIONALITY OF INCOME TAX A bill providing for the imposition of a graduated net income tax would be unconstitutional under Article VII, § 1 (Amendment 14) of the state Constitution even though approved by the voters as a referendum bill.
AGLO NO. 106 >
BUILDINGS ‑- STATE ‑- CODE ‑- APPLICABILITY OF STATE BUILDING CODE (1) The state building code provided by chapter 96, Laws of 1974, Ex. Sess., is applicable to proposed state building projects not already under construction as of January 1, 1975.   (2) The provisions of § 9, chapter 96, Laws
AGLO NO. 107 >
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