The Washington State Attorney General's Office produces a range of reports and brochures to assist Washingtonians in learning about their legal rights, find help they might need, and understand the roles of the office.
Click on the expandable headers below to view publications by topic.
- Civil Rights Resource Guide
- Immigration Guidance for Local Agencies
- Pregnant Workers' Accommodation Rights / Derechos de ajustes laborales para mujeres embarazadas
- Sexual Harassment Laws / Ley de Acoso Sexual
- Service Animals Rights and Responsibilities / Animales de servicio
- Fair Chance Act / Ley de Oportunidad Equitativa
- Know Your Rights - Medications for Opioid use Disorder (Flyer)
- Know Your Rights - Medications for Opioid use Disorder (Poster)
The Washington State Legislature passed the Keep Washington Working Act (KWW), Laws of 2019 ch. 440, E2SB 5497, after holding four public hearings on the bill during the 2019 Legislative Session. The bill passed the Legislature with bipartisan support.
KWW made numerous changes to state law for the stated purpose of “ensuring the state of Washington remains a place where the rights and dignity of all residents are maintained and protected in order to keep Washington working.”
KWW requires the Attorney General to publish model policies, guidance, and training recommendations based on these new limits by May 21, 2020. Below are the model policies as mandated by the state legislature. Should you have questions, please reach out to KWW@atg.wa.gov.
- Model Policies, and Best Practices for Washington Courthouses
- Washington Health Facilities: Guidance and Model Policies to Assist in the Implementation of the Keep Washington Working Act
- Model Policies, and Training Recommendations for State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies
- Guidance and Model Policies For Public Schools
- Guidance, Model Policies, and Best Practices For Shelters