This chapter shall be construed in all respects to meet all constitutional requirements.
In carrying out the purposes and provisions of this chapter, all steps shall be taken
which are necessary to meet constitutional or other legal requirements whether or
not these steps are expressly required by statute. If, after the application of the provisions of this section, any of the provisions
of this chapter, or its application to any circumstances, shall be held unconstitutional
by any court of competent jurisdiction, that decision shall not affect or impair the
validity of the application of those provisions to other circumstances or the validity
of any of the other provisions of this chapter.
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