O'Day v. King County
In O'Day v. King County, 109 Wn.2d 796, 814, 749 P.2d 142 (1988), the Court held that the trial court improperly applied strict scrutiny because the individual's fundamental right to free speech had "not been affected" by the statute. O'Day, 109 Wn.2d at 814.
The Court went on to hold that application of the relevant laws did not "infringe on any fundamental interest for the purpose of equal protection analysis." Id.