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Washington Revised Code Title 9. Crimes and Punishments § 9.94A.015. Finding--Intent--2000 c 28

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The sentencing reform act has been amended many times since its enactment in 1981. ?While each amendment promoted a valid public purpose, some sections of the act have become unduly lengthy and repetitive. ?The legislature finds that it is appropriate to adopt clarifying amendments to make the act easier to use and understand.

The legislature does not intend chapter 28, Laws of 2000 to make, and no provision of chapter 28, Laws of 2000 shall be construed as making, a substantive change in the sentencing reform act.

The legislature does intend to clarify that persistent offenders are not eligible for extraordinary medical placement.

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