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Washington State Constitution

Government of Washington State Country Resources Constitutions Washington State 11 November 1889 Legislation/regulation

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"This Constitution was framed by a convention of seventy-five
delegates, chosen by the people of the Territory of Washington at
an election held May 14, 1889, under section 3 of the Enabling
Act. The convention met at Olympia on the fourth day of July,
1889, and adjourned on the twenty-second day of August, 1889.
The Constitution was ratified by the people at an election held on
October 1, 1889, and on November 11, 1889, in accordance with
section 8 of the Enabling Act, the president of the United States
proclaimed the admission of the State of Washington into the


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