Washington Law Review


Senate Bill 180, in its original form, incorporated the substance of the first seven sections of the Model State Administrative Procedure Act. It is this which makes specially relevant an article devoted to the Model Act in a symposium devoted to Washington administrative law. If, as appears likely, a bill similar to S.B. 180 should become law in the near future, it is important to have available in this state a convenient analysis of the parent legislation from which the Washington law will, in large part, have been derived.

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