The Committee on Juvenile Delinquency has heretofore gone on record, probably, that it did not recommend Initiative 175, which is the Youth Protection Act. The two primary reasons are: (1) the Committee members felt that at least a portion of it was unconstitutional; and (2) the proposed program—or rather set-up—did not lay down a constructive program of any kind.
Ronald R. Hull,
State Bar Journal,
Report of Committee on Institutions and Juvenile Delinquency,
25 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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