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SCA has Moved
Stevens County Assembly has a new website at: www.StevensCountyAssembly.com. Republic Assembly (RepublicAssembly.com) will continue to be an education website; will now focus more on National issues. Whereas, the new Stevens County Assembly website (www.StevensCountyAssembly.com) will be more Stevens County and Washington orientated.
What you have just witnessed with your very own eyes constitutes the signatures that grant power to the government of the State of Washington to not only exist but to do what the constitution allows them to do.
Herein lies the “power” of the people of the State of Washington exercising their sovereign rights as We the People.
The above signatures are the nexus for the current State of Washington.
Note how the signatures are all in the same handwriting.
These signatures appear at the very end of the constitutional convention proceedings and just preceding these signatures is the entire constitution written out for the record. If one were to say they had the original copy, this would have to be it.
The following write-up appears on the current Secretary of State’s website (click to view orginial)
The Washington State Constitution - 1889
In December of 1888, Congress introduced an act to "enable" Washington, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana to become states. Among other requirements, Congress asked each prospective state to draft and ratify a state constitution.