Purpose of chapter.
Construction of chapter—Election of other remedies.
Freedom from discrimination—Declaration of civil rights.
Board name changed to Washington State Human Rights Commission.
Membership of commission.
Compensation and reimbursement for travel expenses of commission members.
Offices of commission.
Reports of commission.
Commission to formulate policies.
Certain powers and duties of commission.
May create advisory agencies and conciliation councils.
Commission may hold hearings and subpoena witnesses.
Witnesses compelled to testify.
Refusals may be punished as contempt of court.
Witness fees—Deposition fees.
Unfair practices with respect to HIV or hepatitis C infection.
Evaluation of claim of discrimination—Actual or perceived HIV or hepatitis C infection.
Unfair practices of financial institutions.
Unfair practices with respect to credit transactions.
Unfair practices with respect to insurance transactions.
Unfair practices of employers.
Unfair practices of labor unions.
Unfair practices of employment agencies.
Unfair practices—Discrimination against person opposing unfair practice—Retaliation against whistleblower.
Unfair practices of places of public resort, accommodation, assemblage, amusement—Trained dog guides and service animals.
Use of dog guide or service animal—Unfair practice—Definitions.
Unfair practice to aid violation.
Unfair practices with respect to real estate transactions, facilities, or services.
Unfair practice to induce sale or rental of real property by representations regarding entry into neighborhood of persons of particular race, disability, etc.
Unfair practice to coerce, intimidate, threaten, or interfere regarding secured real estate transaction rights.
Real property contract provisions restricting conveyance, encumbrance, occupancy, or use to persons of particular race, disability, etc., void—Unfair practice.
Relief for unfair practice in real estate transaction—Damages—Penalty.
Cooperative agreements between units of government for processing complaints.
Declaratory judgment action to strike discriminatory provision of real property contract.
Complaint may be filed with commission.
Complaint investigated—Procedure—Conference, conciliation—Agreement, findings—Rules.
Complaint investigated—Action taken against whistleblower—Written findings of fact—Required notice.
Hearing of complaint by administrative law judge—Limitation of relief—Penalties—Order—Arbitration.
Enforcement of orders of administrative law judge—Appellate review of court order.
Appeal from orders of administrative law judge.
Court shall expeditiously hear and determine.
Misdemeanor to interfere with or resist commission.
Governor may act on orders against state or political subdivisions.
First-class cities of over one hundred twenty-five thousand population—Administrative remedies authorized—Superior court jurisdiction.
Election for civil action in lieu of hearing—Relief.
Temporary or preliminary relief—Superior court jurisdiction—Petition of commission.
Refueling services for disabled drivers—Violation—Investigation—Intentional display of plate or placard invalid or not legally issued prohibited—Fine—Notice to disabled persons.
Liability for killing or injuring dog guide or service animal—Penalty in addition to other remedies or penalties—Recovery of attorneys' fees and costs—No duty to investigate.
License waiver for dog guide and service animals.
Rule-making authority—Deadline—1997 c 271.
Discrimination, preferential treatment prohibited.
Short title—1999 c 3.
Community athletics programs—Sex discrimination prohibited—Definitions.
Community athletics programs—Nondiscrimination policy required.