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Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

AGO 1980 NO. 21 > Nov 13 1980
COUNTIES ‑- CITIES AND TOWNS ‑- JAILS ‑- PRISONERS ‑- COSTS OF HOUSING PRISONERS IN COUNTY JAILS  If a city or town police officer arrests a person for committing a felony within the corporate limits of the city or town and turns such person over to the custody of the county sheriff because the
AGO 1980 NO. 22 > Nov 19 1980
DISTRICTS ‑- SCHOOLS ‑- TEACHERS ‑- LIMITATION ON COMPENSATED LEAVE FOR SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES  (1) As amended by § 4, chapter 182, Laws of 1980, RCW 28A.58.100(2) prohibits a school district from granting as well as accumulating annual leave for illness, injury, and emergencies in excess of
AGO 1980 NO. 23 > Nov 25 1980
HOMESTEADS ‑- MOBILE HOMES ‑- PROPERTY ‑- CLAIMING MOBILE HOME AS HOMESTEAD PROPERTY  A mobile home used or intended for use as a residence may be claimed as homestead property for the purposes of chapter 6.12 RCW so long as the claimant has a sufficient interest in the land upon which the mobile
AGO 1980 NO. 24 > Dec 23 1980
PENSIONS ‑- RETIREMENT ‑- INITIATIVE NO. 62 ‑- IMPACT ON PROPOSED PENSION LEGISLATION  (1) In the event that the legislature amends the statutes governing the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS) by increasing post-retirement benefits in such a manner as will require all employers, including
AGO 1980 NO. 25 > Dec 31 1980
COUNTIES ‑- TRANSPORTATION ‑- OLD AGE ‑- CHILDREN ‑- HANDICAPPED PERSONS ‑- REDUCED OR ELIMINATED TRANSIT FARES FOR SENIOR CITIZENS, SCHOOL CHILDREN OR LOW INCOME OR HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS  (1) A county transportation authority organized under chapter 36.57 RCW may entirely eliminate fares for all

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