Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Federalist Society Focuses on Washington State Supreme Court

The Federalist Society has announced the publication of The Washington Supreme Court and the State Constitution: A 2010 Assessment.  The 35 page report highlights the takings clause provision of the Washington Constitution as it relates to private property rights.  The report also discusses the state constitution's privileges or immunities clause, as well as other "individual rights" including free speech and gun possession.

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[image: "Justices of the Washington Supreme Court posing for a "READ" poster for the Skagit Valley College’s library system on a community visit to the College on February 22, 2010" via]

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Posted by: Stuart Hanlon | Aug 27, 2010 3:31:11 AM

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