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                                    HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 4432



                                                               Passed Legislature - 1990 Reg.



State of Washington                               51st Legislature                              1990 Regular Session


By Representatives Prince, Hine, Day, Ferguson, McLean, Anderson, Appelwick, Ballard, Basich, Baugher, Beck, Belcher, Bennett, Betrozoff, Bowman, Braddock, Brekke, Brooks, Brough, Brumsickle, Cantwell, Chandler, Cole, Cooper, Crane, Dellwo, Dorn, Doty, Ebersole, G. Fisher, R. Fisher, Forner, Fraser, Fuhrman, Gallagher, Grant, Hankins, Hargrove, Haugen, Heavey, Holland, Horn, Inslee, Jacobsen, Jesernig, Jones, J. King, P. King, R. King, Kirby, Kremen, Leonard, Locke, May, R. Meyers, Miller, Morris, Moyer, H. Myers, Nealey, Nelson, Nutley, O'Brien, Padden, Peery, Phillips, Prentice, Pruitt, Raiter, Rasmussen, Rayburn, Rector, Rust, Sayan, Schmidt, Schoon, Scott, Silver, Smith, D. Sommers, H. Sommers, Spanel, Sprenkle, Tate, Todd, Valle, Van Luven, Vekich, Walker, Wang, K. Wilson, S. Wilson, Wineberry, Winsley, Wolfe, Wood, Youngsman and Zellinsky



Read first 1/22/90; referred to Committee on State Government.



WHEREAS, Association with the Washington State Legislature, as Representative or Senator, in a staff position, as a lobbyist, or through a news media assignment, forges a strong bond of personal relationship among those who have shared this experience; and

          WHEREAS, These long-standing legislative relationships have been maintained through an annual gathering, originated informally, known as the "Old Timers" Reunion; and

          WHEREAS, Perpetuating this common interest, and preserving the traditions of public and professional service on which it is based, strengthens the legislative process and contributes to the institutional integrity of the legislature;

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, By the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring, That there is hereby established the "Legislative Old Timers" Reunion and related events as a formal and official program; and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That the Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives and Secretary of the Senate shall be jointly responsible for facilitating such a purpose with the enlisted assistance of active and former legislators, staff members, lobbyists and news people so that the Legislative Old Timers program will provide a permanent connection of the past with the present for the betterment of the State of Washington.

                                                                                                                 Adopted by the House February 23, 1990.

!ae140 Speaker of the House.

Adopted by the Senate February 26, 1990.

!ae140 President of the Senate.