Statute law committee created—Membership.
Terms of members—Filling vacancies.
Compensation and expenses of members.
Employment of code reviser and staff.
Code reviser defined.
Codification and revision of laws—Scope of revision.
Code correction—Committee orders.
Code reviser may omit certain provisions of legislative acts from code; may omit annotations after ten years.
Inclusion in code of rules of court.
Improvement of statutes.
Examination of code—Hearings—Recommendations to legislature.
Bill drafting service.
Opinions as to validity or constitutionality.
Information service to legislators.
Reviser's office location.
Publication of code—Specifications—Certificate of compliance.
Publication, sale, and distribution of code and supplements—Reprints.
Publication, sale, and distribution of code and supplements—Contracts or other arrangements.
Publication, sale, and distribution of code and supplements—Statute law committee publications account created—Purpose—Disbursements.
Certification—Official code—Prima facie evidence.
Amendment, repeal to include code numbers—Assignment of code numbers.
Loans and exchanges of codes and supplements.
Legislators to receive codes and supplements on digital media without charge.
Statute law committee publications to be permanently available in digital form on legislative web sites.
Publication of Washington State Register—Rule-making authority.
Report on rule-making activity.
Substitution of words designating department or secretary of transportation.
Gender neutral language—Code improvement.