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Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGLO NO. 11 >
INDIANS ‑-INTOXICATING LIQUOR ‑-REGULATION OF LIQUOR SALES ON INDIAN RESERVATION LANDS Sales of intoxicating liquor on Indian reservation lands covered by 18 U.S.C. §§ 1154 and 1161 must be in accordance with both the provisions of state law and any tribal ordinances governing the subject.  
AGLO NO. 12 >
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- ELECTIONS ‑- BALLOT TITLES A ballot title for a school district excess levy election may exceed the twenty word limit set forth in RCW 29.27.060 only to the extent necessary to cause such title to be in compliance with RCW 84.52.054.        
AGLO NO. 13 >
INSURANCE ‑- HEALTH ‑- ANIMALS An organization may not be registered as a "health care service contractor" under chapter 48.44 RCW for the purpose of providing veterinary services for family pets or other animals.               
AGLO NO. 14 >
COUNTIES ‑- EMPLOYEES ‑- MILITARY ‑- VETERANS' PREFERENCE A person is not eligible for a veteran's preference in a competitive examination for public employment under RCW 41.04.010(1) solely on the basis of a six year enlistment in the Washington National Guard under 10 U.S.C.§ 511(d) with respect
AGLO NO. 15 >
COUNTIES ‑- PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ‑- TAXATION ‑- RATES The rate of any such excise tax as would be imposed under proposed legislation to finance county public transportation systems would not constitutionally be required to be graduated so that higher rates would be paid by persons or
AGLO NO. 16 >
FIREARMS ‑- STATE, COUNTY AND CITY POLICEMEN ‑- USE OF CONCEALED WEAPON WITHOUT LICENSE (1) A state patrolman, county sheriff or deputy sheriff, city policeman, town marshal or other law enforcement officer need not actually be on duty as such in order to be exempt, under RCW 9.41.060, from the
AGLO NO. 17 >
COUNTIES ‑-  TAXATION ‑- REAL ESTATE ‑-TAX TITLE LAND ‑- SANITARY LAND FILL ‑- COUNTY USE OF TAX TITLE LAND (1) The legislative authority of a county is not first required to convey tax title land to itself in its proprietary capacity under RCW 36.35.030 before exchanging such property for
AGLO NO. 18 >
COMMUNITY COLLEGES ‑- EMPLOYEES ‑- LABOR ‑- ELECTIONS ‑- WEIGHTED VOTING IN SELECTION OF BARGAINING REPRESENTATIVE A community college district may not adopt a regulation under which those academic employees working full time would each be allocated one full vote, those employed two-thirds of full
AGLO NO. 19 >
COUNTIES ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- BUILDINGS ‑- EFFECT OF STATE BUILDING CODE UPON INSTALLATION OF SAFETY GLASS The state building code, chapter 96, Laws of 1974, 1st Ex. Sess., supersedes the provisions of chapter 2, Laws of 1973, 1st Ex. Sess., to the extent that the two acts are in conflict.
AGLO NO. 20 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- STATE ‑- WASHINGTON STATE BAR ASSOCIATION ‑- CONSTITUTIONALITY OF STATE BAR ACT The Washington State Bar Act (chapter 2.48 RCW) is not unconstitutional by reason of Article XII, § 1 of the Washington state constitution since the State Bar Association is a public agency and