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AGO Opinions with Topic: ELIGIBILITY FOR APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL OFFICE
AGO 1967 No. 32 >  August 31, 1967
LEGISLATURE - MEMBERS - ELIGIBILITY FOR APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL OFFICE
LEGISLATURE - MEMBERS - ELIGIBILITY FOR APPOINTMENT TO CIVIL OFFICE (1) No member of the 40th legislature is eligible, during his current term of office, to serve as a member of the board of trustees of Southwestern Washington State College or as a member of the Washington State Arts Commission. (2) Members of the 40th legislature are not constitutionally ineligible for appointment, during their present terms of office, to  (a) the Education Commission of the States; (b) the Judicial Council; (c) the 1967 World Fair Commission; and (d) the Senate, House, or Joint Boards of Legislative Ethics. (3) In those instances where legislators are constitutionally ineligible to serve, during the remainder of their present terms, in a civil office created by the 40th legislature, the appointing authority may fill the position by appointment of some other person who is eligible to serve in the office instead of the one determined to be ineligible.
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