Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO NO. 10 >
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- PUBLIC RECORDS ‑- STUDENTS ‑- PARENTAL ACCESS TO SCHOOL DISTRICT RECORDS RELATING TO STUDENTS (1) Under the provisions of Initiative No. 276, a public school district may allow the parents of a student enrolled therein to inspect the district's records pertaining to that
AGO NO. 11 >
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- TUITION AND FEES ‑- AUTHORITY OF SCHOOL DISTRICTS TO CHARGE VARIOUS FEES (1) Except as provided for in RCW 28A.58.240 relating to certain adults and nonresident children, school districts are not authorized to charge a general tuition fee for attendance at their publicly
AGO NO. 12 >
ELECTIONS ‑- INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ‑- POLITICAL ADVERTISING ‑- ELECTORAL CAMPAIGN FINANCING RCW 29.18.140, which previously required the filing of certain reports of campaign contributions and expenditures made or incurred in connection with a campaign for nomination at a partisan election, has
AGO NO. 13 >
ELECTIONS ‑- INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ‑- MEANING OF GENERAL ELECTION ‑- AUTHORITY OF LEGISLATURE In the event that a sufficient number of petition signatures are obtained by June 6, 1973, to qualify Referendum Measure No. 36 for submission to the voters, this measure will be voted upon at the
AGO NO. 14 >
INITIATIVE NO. 276 ‑- ELECTIONS ‑- REGULATION OF CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXPENDITURES Elections to which Initiative No. 276 is applicable; meaning of terms; restrictions upon anonymous contributions; reporting requirements for candidates and political committees; reporting requirements for
AGO NO. 15 >
LOTTERIES ‑- GAMBLING ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- LICENSES The provisions of § 7, chapter 218, Laws of 1973, Ex.Sess., under which gambling activities licensed by the state gambling commission may be prohibited by a first class city, do not extend to cities in excess of twenty thousand which have
AGO NO. 16 >
OFFICES AND OFFICERS ‑- COUNTY ‑- BOARD OF EQUALIZATION ‑- TAXATION ‑- JURISDICTION OF COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION TO INCREASE PROPERTY TAX VALUATION WITHOUT NOTICE A voluntary appearance by a taxpayer before a county board of equalization, when made pursuant to RCW 84.48.010 for the sole purpose
AGO NO. 17 >
TAXATION ‑- MEANING OF "RENEGOTIATION" FOR THE PURPOSES OF TAXING CERTAIN LEASEHOLD INTERESTS UNDER CHAPTER 187, LAWS OF 1973, EX. SESS The term "renegotiation" as it pertains to taxable leasehold interests in property owned by the state or its political subdivisions under chapter 187, Laws of 1973
AGO NO. 18 >
COUNTIES ‑- FUNDS ‑- MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS ‑- STATE RESTRICTIONS UPON USE OF FEDERAL REVENUE SHARING FUNDS RECEIVED UNDER PUBLIC LAW 92-512 (1) No county of any class may donate a portion of its federal revenue sharing entitlement under Public Law 92-512 (the state and local fiscal assistance act
AGO NO. 19 >
DISTRICTS ‑- FIRE PROTECTION ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- CONTRACTS FOR FIRE PROTECTION SERVICES The provisions of chapter 64, Laws of 1973, Ex. Sess., which on and after July 1, 1974, will require certain municipal corporations holding property situated within or adjacent to a fire protection district to