(1) Any person aggrieved by an order issued or action taken pursuant to this chapter
as now or hereafter amended may petition the governor and request an exception from
or modification of such order or action. The governor may grant, modify, or deny such petition as the public interest may
(2) An appeal from any order issued or action taken pursuant to this chapter as now
or hereafter amended may be taken to the state supreme court. Such an appeal shall take the form of a petition for a writ of mandamus or prohibition
under Article IV, section 4 of the state Constitution, and the supreme court shall have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and act upon such
an appeal. Notwithstanding the provisions of chapter 7.16 RCW, or any other applicable statute,
the superior courts of this state shall have no jurisdiction to entertain an action
or suit relating to any order issued or action taken pursuant to this chapter as now
or hereafter amended, nor to hear and determine any appeal from any such order. The provisions of Rule 16.2, Rules of Appellate Procedure, shall apply to any proceedings in the supreme court brought pursuant to this chapter
as now or hereafter amended.
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