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Washington Governmental Continuity in Emergencies, HJR 9 (1962)
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Amendment 39 added Section 42 to Article II of the Washington State Constitution. It was the 39th amendment approved to the (second) Washington State Constitution subsequent to its ratification in October 1889.
Amendment 39 gives the government of Washington authority to enact legislation during times of declared emergency that conflicts with these constitutional provisions:
- Article 14, Sections 1 and 2, Seat of Government;
- Article 2, Sections 8, 15 (Amendments 13 and 32), and 22, Membership, Quorum of Legislature and Passage of Bills;
- Article 3, Section 10 (Amendment 6), Succession to Governorship: Provided, That the legislature shall not depart from Section 10, Article III, as amended by Amendment 6, of the state Constitution relating to the Governor's office so long as any successor therein named is available and capable of assuming the powers and duties of such office as therein prescribed;
- Article 3, Section 13, Vacancies in State Offices;
- Article 11, Section 6, Vacancies in County Offices;
- Article 11, Section 2, Seat of County Government;
- Article 3, Section 24, State Records.
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