State Law: State Constitution
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The State Constitution: Our Basic Rights
The Washington State Constitution is the state’s highest law. It sets out the rights guaranteed to state residents, and the structure, powers and limitations of state government.
Washington State Constitution. In Reference at the Downtown Library. Call Number: R342.797 WASHING. Also printed in the first volume of the RCW. Also available on the Internet.
The Washington State Constitution: a reference guide on, by Robert Utter and Hugh Spitzer, 2002. Call Number: R 342.797 UTTER. Located in the Reference Area at the Downtown Library.