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9 hours ago Crazy Laws Out of Washington State. May 11, 2015. Most of the time, the law acts as a security blanket that helps everyone sleep a little better at night. However, there are times when the law is something of a nuisance, and still other times when it’s laughably absurd. Below are some laws that fall into the latter category.

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7 hours ago Why are there so many weird laws in Washington? It’s not just Washington; the entire country is full of weird, truly bizarre laws and rules! Many of these seem completely outdated or downright crazy now. Here’s the thing, once something becomes written in the law books, it becomes incredibly difficult to unwrite it. The whole process of

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2 hours ago Washington is really an interesting place to live. You have quite a variety of people all in one state. With it being such a unique place, Washington has a handful of weird and crazy laws. Most of these laws have been on the books for ages, but surprisingly not all of them are old. Take a look at these out there laws.

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7 hours ago Not Many People Realize That These 10 Things Are Actually Illegal In Washington. Every state has its crazy laws, and Washington is no exception. And while it’s highly unlikely that you’ll be arrested for breaking a crazy rule that no one knows about, it’s still fun to learn about these laws (and wonder how on Earth they got on the books).

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5 hours ago Weird Washington Laws You Might Not Know You’re Breaking We’ve all heard of strange, archaic laws that languish on the books. Some are more bizarre than others, such as the oath in Kentucky that keeps public officers, legislators and lawyers from participating in …

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5 hours ago Washington's Dumb and Crazy laws. • There is/was a law on the books in Washington state that stated that a motorcar driven at night must be preceded by something like 100 yards by a man carrying a lantern. • Under the law of the state of Washington, any restroom with pay toilets has to have an equal number of free toilets. This law came

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6 hours ago Disclaimer: The laws listed here are for entertainment purposes only. We have tried to cite specific references when available but, we make no guarantees on the validity of these laws and as such: the laws and regulations including the interpretation and commentary we have provided are for entertainment only.

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6 hours ago No warming up at happy hour: Establishments that sell alcohol can’t peddle drinks at “a price less than the price regularly charged for

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7 hours ago (There are even some fake outdated laws, which are well-known myths both in Washington and the world wide web. One of the more popular myths is …

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Just Now Crazy laws exist in every state, for many different reasons. Some other crazy laws are off the books for good and do not apply apply to state law. In most states, when police officers try to force these and other crazy laws on people, the decision is appealed due to the lack of relevance that the law has on the situation.

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7 hours ago Hundreds of new Washington laws take effect Sunday State law requires the top five donors to the campaign be listed on the ad, and the new requirement says if any of those five are separate

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6 hours ago There's no doubt about it: There are some crazy, bizarre state laws that exist in the United States. Sure, they may have made sense when they were written, but today these truly weird state facts

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9 hours ago The Craziest Laws That Still Exist In The United States. If you allow your donkey to sleep in a bathtub, you're an ass. If you allow it while you're in Arizona, you're a criminal. According to a law made in 1924, it is illegal for donkeys to sleep in bathtubs. Good to know, right? It's not the only wackadoodle law that still exists in the States.

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Just Now Washington State has laws concerning deposits and fees that you should understand. When you move into a rental unit a deposit and a fee are usually required. The difference between a deposit and a fee is that one is refundable and the other is not. A deposit is an amount of money that a tenant must pay before or at the time he/she moves in.

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66.08.050

4 hours ago Spirit sampling—Liquor store pilot project—Expiration date—2011 c 186: See notes following RCW 66.08.050. Expiration date—2011 c 62: See note following RCW 66.24.170. Effective date—2004 c 160: See note following RCW 66.04.010. Effective date—1998 c 126: See note following RCW 66.20.010. Construction—Effective dates—1987 c 452

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6 hours ago Washington Crazy Law It is illegal to paint polka dots on the American flag. All motor vehicles must be preceded by a man carrying a red flag (daytime) or a red lantern (nighttime) fifty feet in front of said vehicle. Looking for more dumb laws? Check out DumbLaws.com! People may not buy a mattress on Sunday.

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Just Now There are plenty of urban legends and fake state laws circulating around the internet. However, these weird or outlandish laws are actually on …

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1 hours ago Washington has breed-neutral potentially dangerous and dangerous dog laws based on behavior of the dog. However, localities may expand upon the state law. Some have additional breed-neutral ordinances. Some have breed specific laws in place as well. There are currently 27 cities in the state of Washington that have breed-specific dog laws

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3 hours ago Pennsylvania. One of the popular-but-fake-sounding weird laws for Pennsylvania is that you can’t catch a fish with your mouth. Because I care, I went deep into the Gettysburg Times archives and

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4 hours ago These prohibit the sale of alcohol beverages on Sundays. It is illegal to buy any alcohol after 9:00 pm. It’s illegal to sell liquor in city halls. That’s good, because another law says town records can’t be stored where alcohol is sold! Druggists in the state

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1. Photograph Carefully. Your first inclination when visiting the many notable pieces of architecture and landscapes in D.C. might be to snap a photo. If you live there, you might still get swept away by the sunrise or the sunset and want to stage the perfect photo.
2. Freedom of Speech Limited to a Month. It’s legal for you to talk to whoever you want whenever you want to in the city of D.C. You can organize a legal protest, get set up with a microphone, and lecture a crowd every day for nearly a month.
3. Bizarre Laws Don’t Allow Cowboy Stuff? If you want to live lawfully in D.C., you need to abide by some strange and archaic laws. While you may not find yourself in such a situation, getting anywhere near the possibility of a duel would be illegal.
4. Mind Your Sheep. If you’re the type to own sheep and herd them, more power to you. Raising wildlife in the city is hard but if you’re committed, you could certainly make it happen.
5. Surf Soberly, Dude. While Washington D.C. might not be the first place you think of surfing, they’ve written laws just in case. Anyone who rides in the water has to be sober.
6. Accordion Lovers Take Heed. Getting together a group of accordion lovers could be exciting if that’s the instrument you’re passionate about. However, you need to get together for a purpose that has to do with something other than entertainment.
7. Bizarre Law Prohibits Dance Marathons. While the idea of a dance marathon might seem grueling to the average wallflower, thankfully in the city of Washington, D.C., it won’t be an issue.
8. Santa Claus, Teetotaler. If you love getting into the holiday spirit and don’t mind some spirits with your spirit, be careful not to break a Washington DC law.

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8 hours ago In the US state of Washington, it is a crime punishable by either a fine or a jail term to harass big foot, Sasquatch, or any other undiscovered species. Skamania County, Washington, was the first county to draft the law in 1964 which states that "any willful, wanton slaying of such creatures shall be deemed a felony".

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9 hours ago The laws and rules that define Washington state's insurance requirements for insurers, producers and regulated entities are laid out in Title 284 WAC (Washington Administrative Code) (leg.wa.gov) and Title 48 RCW (Revised Code of Washington) (leg.wa.gov).Below are lists we've put together of frequently used insurance laws and rules organized by topic.

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6 hours ago Price gouging laws by state. Although there isn’t a federal law against it, the majority of states have anti-price gouging laws. And, some states without laws explicitly against price gouging can issue executive orders to prohibit the action during times of emergency (e.g., coronavirus). State price gouging laws can vary by:

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9 hours ago We scoured the law books in every state to find the weirdest law that's been passed in each one (some have been repealed, but some are shockingly …

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2 hours ago Washington Cannabis or Marijuana Sweepstakes or Contest Laws. Cannabis or any product containing cannabis, such as food or drinks are not allowed as prizes. Purchases of any related products can’t be required for entry. Make sure that your sweepstakes is only open to entrants age 21 or older with proof of age.

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021-09-01

5 hours ago master:2021-09-01_13-27-00. In the state of Washington, you, as a residential home seller, are required by law to disclose certain details about a residential property you are trying to sell. These disclosures are important because buyers want to know as much as possible about a property before they make such an important purchase.

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6 hours ago According to former Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna, the state’s consumer laws are already plenty strong. “We don’t have a separate price gouging statute because we think that

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Just Now A locked padlock) or https:// means you’ve safely connected to the .gov website. Share sensitive information only on official, secure websites.

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5 hours ago A Guide to U.S. Retail Pricing Laws and Regulations. This guide is intended to provide the user with an overview of the laws and regulations each state has relating to pricing of commodities in the marketplace. The source of this material came from each state director of Weights and Measures.

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5 hours ago Maryland: No cursing while driving. Making road rage even rage-ier, it is illegal to swear or curse upon any street or highway in Rockville, Maryland. Anyone caught swearing faces a misdemeanor

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7 hours ago Researching Washington State laws and rules? Staff at the Washington State Law Library can help guide you to legal resources. To contact them, visit the Washington Courts' Ask a …

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Just Now The customer must provide a signed copy of the form (PDF) or approved identification card. The customer may use the restroom if the employee restroom is reasonably safe and isn't located in an area where providing access would create an obvious health or safety risk to the customer or pose a security risk to the business or its employees.

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Just Now Promotional contests of chance (promotions) are “free entry” contests that commercial businesses can use to promote their products or services. Commercial businesses do not have to register or get a license to have a promotion. Individuals and charitable or non-profit organizations cannot offer promotions. An example of a promotion is when a restaurant gives free lunch to

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Just Now "Usury" is the unlawful act of charging interest on a debt (including discount points, fees and other charges) at a rate greater than what is permitted under any applicable law or exemption from a law. Washington State has a usury law (RCW 19.52) that sets limits on the maximum rate of interest a lender may charge a borrower. The usury law applies to consumer loans that are

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4 hours ago Know the Law. Initiative 502 legalized marijuana use for adults however there are still a number of restrictions. It is important for you to be aware of the following laws: Age Limit – Only adults age 21 and older can purchase and possess marijuana. Purchase Limits – Adults age 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of useable marijuana

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Just Now A routine meeting of the Washington State Board of Health on Low 48F. Winds NE at 5 to 10 mph. Whenever lawmakers in Washington state pass new bills into law, state agencies codify those

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1. Alabama: Confetti is illegal. In the underrated city of Mobile, Alabama, it is illegal to possess, make, sell, give away or throw any non-biodegradable, plastic-based confetti.
2. Alaska: No moose on sidewalks. In 1913, the mayor and city council of Fairbanks, Alaska, had had enough of the antics of bartender Pete Buckholtz and his pet moose.
3. Arizona: No spitting. Spitting is a rude behavior that is considered a public nuisance throughout the state of Arizona. But in the city of Goodyear, it's illegal to spit on a public sidewalk, crosswalk or highway or on or in public grounds, parks or buildings.
4. Arkansas: Say it right. There is a legal code in Arkansas that explains how the state’s name should be pronounced. While it’s not technically illegal or punishable to say it wrong with a hard “s” at the end of the state’s name, Arkansas is legally supposed to be pronounced “Ar-kan-saw.”
5. California: No nuclear bombs. Some things go without saying, but the city of Chico, California, wasn’t taking any chances. It enacted an official prohibition on the production, testing, maintenance and storage of nuclear weapons.
6. Colorado: Whack your weeds. In the city of Pueblo, Colorado, it is illegal for a landowner to not cut, destroy or remove weeds 10 inches or taller, including sunflowers and dandelions.
7. Connecticut: Pickles should bounce. There are plenty of wacky things that are banned in the U.S., but folks in Connecticut are persnickety about their pickles.
8. Delaware: No Halloween on Sundays. Many Delaware cities set strict Halloween trick-or-treating hours, but the charming coastal town of Rehoboth Beach forbids any tricks or treats if Halloween happens to fall on a Sunday.
9. Florida: No fault for ‘bad dog’ According to a Florida state statute, with a few caveats, a dog’s owner isn’t liable for damages caused by their pet if at the time of any injury, the owner has “displayed in a prominent place on his or her premises a sign easily readable including the words ‘Bad Dog.’”
10. Georgia: No masks. In Dublin, Georgia, it is unlawful for anyone to wear a mask, hood or other item to conceal their face or identity in public places. The only exception to this rule is children 16 years old and under on Halloween.

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1 hours ago Statutes Washington State. 1. Consumer Protection Act. The Consumer Protection Act declares that unfair methods of competition and unfair or deceptive acts or practices in the conduct of any trade or commerce are unlawful. Its broad reach and purpose are to promote a fair, competitive and nondeceptive marketplace for the benefit of buyers and

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36-13-010

7 hours ago WAC 36-13-010 License fees, renewals and requirements. Proposed rulemaking order. Public hearing held September 22, 2020. WAC 308-124A-720: Application for real estate examination, licensed in another jurisdiction, WAC 308-124H-820: …

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2 hours ago Here are the 10 weirdest laws in the United States. ***. 10. New Jersey: It is illegal to wear a bullet-proof vest while committing a murder. New Jersey prohibits the use of bulletproof vests “while engaged in the commission of, or an attempt to commit, or flight after committing or attempting to commit” a crime from a specified list.

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9 hours ago Marijuana Laws. Recreational use of marijuana has been legal for those 21 years or older in Washington State since 2012. However, there are still a number of restrictions that should be reviewed before use. You can also find more information on the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board’s webpage. • Age Limit – Only adults age 21 and

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5 hours ago The insulation in a RV doesn't compare to a house. Many RV's have wall insulation of R1 to R8 whereas a house or most mobile homes built today are R19 or more. The roof and floor numbers are similarly less in a RV. Double pane windows and 87% or more efficient furnaces are pretty standard in a home but not RV's.

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5 hours ago The law states that if the theft or amount of crawfish taken amounts to less than $500, you will be not be imprisoned for more than 6 months or fined more than $500. However, if one was to steal

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2 hours ago TurboTax Free Edition ($0 Federal + $0 State + $0 To File) is available for simple tax returns only and has limited functionality; offer may change or end at any time without notice. Actual prices for paid versions are determined based on the version you use and the time of print or e-file and are subject to change without notice.

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7 hours ago There are truly some wacky laws out there. They may have made sense when they were written, but today they seem a little questionable, weird or just plain dumb. And it seems every state has at least a few of them.

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5 hours ago The yard is where the lumber is handled after it is manufactured. In the logging camp the minimum is $2.50, and the maximum is $5.75, and the average is $3.48; that is, for the loggers. The railroad has a minimum of $2.25, and a maximum of $2.25, and an average of $2.25 a …

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4 hours ago State Laws When people think about the law, some of the first things that come to mind might be the Constitution or the Supreme Court. However, the fact is that most of our interactions with legal issues and the law actually involve matters of state and local laws.

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You have quite a variety of people all in one state. With it being such a unique place, Washington has a handful of weird and crazy laws. Most of these laws have been on the books for ages, but surprisingly not all of them are old. Take a look at these out there laws.

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Here in Washington, it is illegal to sleep in an outhouse without the owner’s permission. Make sure you ask first! Which of these weird laws in Washington do you think is the most bizarre?

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