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West v. Wash. State Redistricting Comm’n

Last Updated Mar 8, 2022
Case No. 21-2-01949-34 (Wash. Super. Ct., Thurston Cnty.)
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Case Information

A state court challenge seeking a declaration that the Washington State Redistricting Commission violated the state’s public meetings law by allegedly conferring privately on Nov. 15, 2021 — the final day under the state constitution for the commission to approve redistricting plans.

On Mar. 8, 2022, after the parties settled the dispute, the court dismissed the case.


Case filings, starting with most recent court
    Name Last Modified
Document icon Complaint Nov 16, 2021
Document icon Amd. complaint Nov 22, 2021
Document icon Settlement agreement Mar 4, 2022
Document icon Order dismissing case Mar 8, 2022

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