Washington Voters' Pamphlet, SJR 9 (1962)
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Amendment 36 was a change to Section 1 of Article II of the Washington State Constitution. It was the 36th amendment approved to the (second) Washington State Constitution subsequent to its ratification in October 1889.
Amendment 36 added subsection (e) to Section 1:
- "(e) The legislature shall provide methods of publicity of all laws or parts of laws, and amendments to the Constitution referred to the people with arguments for and against the laws and amendments so referred. The secretary of state shall send one copy of the publication to each individual place of residence in the state and shall make such additional distribution as he shall determine necessary to reasonably assure that each voter will have an opportunity to study the measures prior to election. These provisions supersede the provisions set forth in the last paragraph of section 1 of this article as amended by the seventh amendment to the Constitution of this state."
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