Topical Index

LABOR  LABOR RSS Feed
               (See also APPRENTICES AND APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS; APPRENTICESHIP AND TRAINING COUNCIL; COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; DISCRIMINATION; EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC WORKS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; WAGES AND HOURS; WORKER TRAINING AND WORKFORCE NEEDS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Agreements, mandatory, in public works bidding and awards, prohibiting: SB 5168
Agricultural/farm products labor, break time/rest period remedial compensation: ESB 5720
Agricultural/farm products labor, production-based safe harbor compensation for: HB 2049
Chavez, Cesar, honoring: * SR 8642 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, recognizing March thirty-first as Cesar Chavez day: HB 1939, SB 5913
Communications, between workers about wages/employment, intending to protect: SB 5836
Communications, between workers concerning wages and employment, protecting: HB 1447, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, 2SHB 1506, SB 5140, SB 5344
Criminal record, employer prematurely asking applicant about, enforcement: HB 1298, SHB 1298, 2SHB 1298, SB 5312, ESSB 5312, SB 6110
Criminal records, employment laws concerning, state preemption of field of: ESSB 5312
Deceased employee, municipal corporation employer indebtedness to, requirements: SB 6197
Discrimination, based on citizenship or immigration status, as unfair practice: HB 2030, SB 5803
Domestic violence victims, discrimination protections and safety accommodations: HB 2661
Employee reproductive choice act, health care coverage and unfair practices: SB 5760
Family and medical leave, ombuds office for, establishing: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Family and medical leave, paid, insurance program for, creating: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Family and medical leave, paid, insurance program for, employee opt-out: SB 5983
Family and medical leave, paid, technical corrections: HB 2702
Family leave insurance, modifying and adding medical leave to: HB 1116, SHB 1116, SB 5032
Family leave, as paid leave for additional situations, legislative findings: SB 5829
Family leave, paid, benefits for multiple reasons, instituting: SB 5149
Family leave/insurance, replacing with paid family and medical leave insurance: * SSB 5975, CH 5 (2017)
Farm internship pilot project, adding counties and expiration date: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Franchisors, not employers of franchisees or franchisee employees: HB 1881
Gifts from employers to employees, based on marital status, allowing, when: HB 1947
Human trafficking, convictions for prostitution offenses by victims, vacating: HB 1112, SHB 1112, SB 5272, * SSB 5272, CH 128 (2017)
Human trafficking, definitions and statute of limitations: EHB 1078, * SB 5030, CH 231 (2017)
Human trafficking, no-contact orders: HB 1079, * SHB 1079, CH 230 (2017), HB 2466, SB 5029, SSB 5029
Human trafficking, noncitizen victim U and T certifications: HB 1022, SHB 1022
Human trafficking, noncitizen victims and family members, public assistance for: SB 5818
Human trafficking, perpetrator ignorance of victim's age, not a defense: * SB 5813, CH 126 (2017)
Human trafficking, services for child victims of: HB 1791
Human trafficking, state task force against trafficking of persons, duties: * SHB 1988, CH 279 (2017), SSB 5559, 2SSB 5559
Janitors, commercial, safety and health risks, studying: SB 6227
Local laws and contracts, application to unionized and nonunionized employees: HB 1143
Lockout, back pay for, unemployment compensation repayment by employer: HB 1942, SB 5773
Noncompetition agreements, enforceable or unenforceable, when: EHB 1967
Noncompetition agreements, voiding, when: SB 5756
Pregnant women, pregnancy and childbirth workplace accommodations: HB 1448, SB 5299, SB 5531, SB 5835, * SSB 5835, CH 294 (2017)
Pregnant women, pregnancy workplace accommodations: HB 1796, ESHB 1796
Regional transit authorities, soliciting project bids, labor agreements, prohibitions: SB 5167
Retaliation and discrimination against employees, protections: HB 1301, EHB 1506, SHB 1506, 2SHB 1506, SB 5528
Sexual assault/stalking victims, discrimination protections and safety accommodations: HB 2661
Unfair practices, against pro-union employee, tax credit/incentive ineligibility: HB 1941, SB 5774
Unfair practices, discriminating against employee's reproductive decisions: SB 6102
Unfair practices, employee bargaining rights, employer lack of neutrality: SB 6082
Unfair practices, employee off-duty conduct, certain employer actions due to: SB 5667
Unfair practices, manufacturer franchise agreement violations: HB 2439, SB 6137
Unfair practices, requiring disclosure of employee religious affiliation: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Unfair practices, requiring sexual assault/harassment nondisclosure: SB 5996
Unfair practices, subjecting employee to abusive work environment: SB 5423
Unions, campaign contributions by, when collectively bargaining with governor: HB 1891, SB 5533, SSB 5533
Unions, campaign contributions by, when collectively bargaining with local agency: SB 5865
Unions, dues and other amounts, covering portion of PERC costs, when: SB 5914
Unions, dues and other amounts, covering portion of public employer costs, when: SB 5914
Unions, fee to be paid by, covering public employer costs with: SSB 5914
Unions, intimidating employee to become member, prohibiting: SB 5692
Unions, public sector, public disclosure of finances: SB 5371
Unions, religious objector rights, nonassociation provisions: HB 1007, SB 5339, SSB 5339
Unions, requiring employee membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Unions, security provisions, dues/fees deduction without written authorization, when: SB 6296
Unions, security provisions, prohibiting, exceptions: HB 1006, SB 5692
Unions, state employee, paying fee for PERC funding: SSB 5914
Unions, support or activities, employer action against employee for, consequences: HB 1941, SB 5774
Unions, unfair or deceptive practices by, civil actions against: SB 5174
WISHA violations, appeals reassumed by L&I, time extension for resolving: * HB 1629, CH 13 (2017), SB 5460
WISHA violations, maximum civil penalty, relation to OSHA maximum, when: HB 1953, SHB 1953, SB 5743
Workforce investment act, updating obsolete references to: HB 1363, * SB 5237, CH 39 (2017)
LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT  LABOR AND INDUSTRIES, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; CONTRACTORS; INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD, WASHINGTON STATE; LABOR; MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES; PUBLIC WORKS; STATE AGENCIES AND DEPARTMENTS; WORKERS' COMPENSATION)
Apprenticeship, supervisor of, apprentice utilization reporting to, when: HB 1849, SB 5576, SSB 5576
Commercial structures, fees, depositing in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Contracting agents and qualified benefit providers, L&I regulatory role: HB 2109
Crime victims compensation program, benefits and services, provisions: HB 1739, * ESHB 1739, CH 235 (2017)
Discrimination, gender-based, investigations of complaints of, L&I role: EHB 1506, SHB 1506, 2SHB 1506
Electrical rules, nonadministrative, adoption voting requirement, L&I process: HB 1430, SB 5304
Elevator mechanic licenses, temporary, period of validity, L&I role: HB 2425, SB 6252
Elevators, class B work, including residential chair lifts, permits for, L&I role: HB 1408, SB 5340, SSB 5340
Factory built housing, fees, depositing in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Interpreters, spoken language services, purchasing from certain providers: HB 1869, SB 5682, SB 6245
Janitors, commercial, safety and health risks, studying, L&I role: SB 6227
Ombuds for employers interacting with L&I, creating in department of commerce: SB 5719, SSB 5719
Pesticide applications, notice, reporting, and fines for violations, L&I role: HB 1564
Regulatory fees, various, deposit into construction registration inspection account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
WISHA violations, appeals reassumed by L&I, time extension for resolving: * HB 1629, CH 13 (2017), SB 5460
LAKES AND RESERVOIRS  LAKES AND RESERVOIRS RSS Feed
               (See also SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Hydraulic permits and projects, fee structure, modifying: SHB 1428
Hydraulic permits and projects, requirements: HB 1428, SHB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, stop work orders: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, violations and penalties: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Roads, county, by water bodies, vacation to protect public safety: HB 2521
Roads, county, by water bodies, vacation when hazardous or risk to public safety: SB 6152
LAND  (See BOUNDARIES; GEODETIC SYSTEMS; MAPS AND MAPPING; PUBLIC LANDS; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY; SUBDIVISIONS)
LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT  LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT RSS Feed
               (See also ENVIRONMENT; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; SUBDIVISIONS)
Coal mine lands, certain nonprofit-owned former, property tax exemption, when: HB 1391, SHB 1391
Damages, to include legal fees related to permits and environmental review: HB 2618
Infrastructure, statewide authority for achieving goals, studying feasibility of: HB 2594
Planning, long-range SEPA, municipal corporation application fees for costs of: HB 2599
Private property rights, international law or accords infringing, prohibitions: HB 1202
Projects, local, permits and review, vested rights and controlling law in: HB 2100
Proposals for development, SEPA categorical exemptions, when: HB 1745
Railroads, freight rail dependent uses on land near, authorizing: HB 2231
Railroads, short line, freight rail dependent uses on land near, authorizing: HB 1504, * ESHB 1504 (2017) V, * 3ESB 5517, CH 18 (2017)
Rural development, affordable housing, GMA planning to support: HB 1748
Telecommunications, small cell facilities and networks, land use review exemption: HB 1921, SB 5711
Urban development areas, governmentally owned property within, inventory of: HB 1752
LANDLORD AND TENANT  LANDLORD AND TENANT RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES; HOMES AND HOUSING; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY)
Landlord liaison programs and landlord education, funding for: HB 1570
Landlord mitigation program, creating: HB 2578
Tenant's property, placed upon nearest public property, disposition: HB 1635, SB 5013
Tenant, income source of, landlord expelling or refusing to rent due to, prohibiting: HB 1633, SB 5407
Tenants, current or prospective, landlord actions due to income source, prohibitions: HB 2578
Tenants, new, landlord to provide with voter registration information: SB 5480
Termination, of month-to-month tenancies, written notice time period requirement: HB 2040, SB 5408, SSB 5408
Unlawful detainer, conditions for guilt when at-will tenancy: SB 5015
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS  (See PROFESSIONS)
LANGUAGE ACCESS PROVIDERS  (See PROFESSIONS)
LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS  LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS RSS Feed
               (See also CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING COMMISSION; CRIMINAL OFFENDERS; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE; FIRE PROTECTION; FIREARMS; MINORITIES; ORDERS OF COURT; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS; SHERIFFS AND POLICE CHIEFS, WASHINGTON ASSOCIATION OF (WASPC); STUDIES; VICTIMS OF CRIMES)
Accountability and community input, model policies for: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Agencies, law enforcement accreditation project, establishing: HB 1769
Airport police, airplane passenger removal role of, restricting, when: HB 2211
Arrest warrant, person with, on public agency property, notifying law enforcement: SB 5218
Arrested persons, optional law enforcement recording of palmprints of: SB 5730
Biometric identifiers, attaining and using by agency, requirements and prohibitions: * SHB 1717, CH 306 (2017), * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
Biometric identifiers, excluding DNA and fingerprints from requirements for, when: * HB 2213, CH 1 (2017)
Blood samples, collection by forensic phlebotomists or certain professionals, when: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), SB 5186, SSB 5186
Camping, unlawful, by homeless, law enforcement response: SB 5656, SB 5864
Community and technical colleges, police forces for: SB 6119
Community engagement programs, grant program for establishing: HB 1769
Community policing, at western and eastern state hospitals: HB 1370, SB 5159
Crime victim services, providing victim or survivor with information at scene: HB 1759, SHB 1759
Criminally insane, release of, notification of law enforcement: HB 2289
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, behavioral health, creating: HB 2234, SB 5970
Deadly force, agency policies, investigations, and reporting requirements: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, in community policing, joint legislative task force, recommendations: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, law enforcement and/or corrections officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Deadly force, law enforcement officer good faith standard for use of, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Deadly force, peace officer and public officer standards for use of: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Disability, person with, at emergency scene, first responder awareness: HB 1258
Disability, person with, at emergency scene, officer training and awareness: * SHB 1258, CH 295 (2017)
Diversity in law enforcement, how to increase, studying: HB 1769
Dogs, police dogs and accelerant detection dogs, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Domestic violence, ex parte temporary orders, officer role: HB 2542
Emergency responders, their occupation as, malicious harassment because of: HB 1693
Employee names and contact information, records request for, procedures, when: SB 5326
Firearm purchase and transfer applications, denial when ineligible, provisions: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Firearms, dealer deliveries to officers, requirements: HB 1592
First aid, officer training in and rendering of, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
First responders killed in line of duty, spouses of, property tax exemption: SB 5104, SSB 5104, SB 6300
First responders, building mapping system for, to include school buildings: HB 1982
First responders, notifying schools of evacuation or lockdown, requirements: HB 1982
Fish and wildlife officers, authority to remove feral wolf-dog hybrids: HB 2247
Funding for programs and agencies, from public safety enhancement account: HB 1769
Gambling commission enforcement officers, authority of, civil liability immunity: * HB 1475, CH 111 (2017), SB 5582
Hate crimes, against emergency responders and firefighters due to occupation: HB 1693
Hate crimes, against officers due to occupation: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, eligibility of: HB 1182, SB 5389, SB 6145
Homicide, justifiable, law enforcement and/or corrections officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Homicide, justifiable, law enforcement officer use of deadly force, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Homicide, justifiable, peace officer and public officer standards for: HB 1000, HB 1529, SB 5000, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Horses, police, harming, class B felony, when: SB 5771
Hunter education training program, firearm skills in, officer exemption, when: HB 1944, * SHB 1944, CH 255 (2017)
Initiative 940, law enforcement training and community safety act: SI 940, HI 940
Inquests, by coroner, death resulting from interaction with law enforcement: SB 5769, SSB 5769
Juvenile, 16 or 17, assaulting family or household member, arresting: SB 5618, * SSB 5618, CH 223 (2017)
Law enforcement training and community safety act, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
License plate recognition systems, automated, law enforcement use: HB 1909, SHB 1909
Limited authority officers, privileged communications with peer support counselors: HB 2611
Liquor enforcement officers, powers of, expanding: SB 5132, SSB 5132
Livestock impounding, role of sheriff: HB 1315, SHB 1315
Medicaid fraud control unit, as enforcement agency: HB 2273, SB 6051
Mental health training for officers, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Municipal police districts, including commissions, creation and management: HB 2552
Officer, aggravated first and second degree rape of: HB 1668
Officer, aggravated first degree kidnapping of: HB 1668
Officer, aggravated second degree murder of: HB 1668
Officer, as emergency responder, assault in third degree of: HB 1693
Officer, as emergency responder, malicious harassment of: HB 1693
Officer, assault in first, second, and third degree of: HB 1668
Officer, assault in third degree of: HB 1398, ESB 5280
Officer, malicious harassment of: HB 1398, HB 1668, ESB 5280
Officers, limited authority, privileged communications with peer support counselors: HB 2611
Officers, occupational disease claims, for mental conditions and disabilities: SHB 1655
Officers, occupational disease presumptions for workers' compensation: HB 1655, HB 2633, SB 5477, SB 6213, SB 6214
Officers, posttraumatic stress disorder, occupational disease presumption: HB 1655, SB 6214
Officers, Steve Redmond, of Spokane police department, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
Peace officers, on prosecutor impeachment list, punishment due to, prohibiting: HB 2532, SB 6188
Police chief Michael Knapp, Ferndale police department, honoring: * HR 4634 (2017)
Police officers at colleges, collective bargaining, binding interest arbitration: HB 1559
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, "pursuing police vehicle" definition: HB 1844
Police vehicle, attempting to elude, seriousness level: HB 1642, HB 1821
Public safety enhancement account, creating: HB 1769
Religious beliefs, law enforcement actions based on, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Safe streets pilot project, creating to foster community engagement: HB 1557, SHB 1557, SB 5650
Sensing devices, extraordinary, law enforcement use: HB 1102
Sexual assault kit forensic analysis, requests by law enforcement: HB 2353, HB 2648
Sexual assault survivors, when examined or interviewed, bill of rights: SB 5686
Sexual assault, notifying victim of kit analysis, investigator education for: HB 2353, HB 2648
Sexual violence crime fee, to fund crime investigations and aid victims: SB 5830
Sheriff's office, Pierce county, deputy Daniel McCartney, honoring: * HR 4654 (2018)
Sheriff's office, Snohomish county, Pat Stack, honoring: * HR 4636 (2017)
Sheriffs, financial affairs statement, requirements: HB 1833
State patrol, animal abuse offender registry, WSP to maintain: SB 5804
State patrol, firearm purchase/transfer application denials, database, investigations: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
State patrol, forfeited firearms, option to destroy: HB 1483
State patrol, officer salaries, competitive: SB 5373
State patrol, recruiting and retaining officers, including accounts to fund: SB 5373
State patrol, surplus public property, transfer, lease, or disposal for public benefit: HB 2382
State patrol, surplus real property for affordable housing, inventory, WSP role: HB 2382
State patrol, trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive: HB 2692, SB 6149
Students, interviewing or interrogating, school district policy/procedures adoption: SB 6065
Training, enhanced leadership, commissioned officers, and crisis intervention: HB 1769
Trespassers, removal from premises by officer, when: HB 1305, SHB 1305, SB 5388, * ESSB 5388, CH 284 (2017)
Unclaimed property, law enforcement donation to museum or historical society: HB 2374
Violence de-escalation training for officers, I-940: SI 940, HI 940
Violent encounters, officers with public, training to reduce: SB 5429
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' AND FIREFIGHTERS' PLAN 2 RETIREMENT BOARD  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS' AND FIREFIGHTERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM (LEOFF)  (See RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT  LEGISLATIVE AUDIT AND REVIEW COMMITTEE, JOINT RSS Feed
               (See also TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.)
Beverages, sugar-sweetened, tax on consumption, JLARC to evaluate impact of: HB 1975
Carbon pollution mitigation tax, tax preferences, JLARC review of: HB 2230
Carbon pollution tax program, JLARC reporting requirements: SB 6096
Carbon pollution tax, imposition of, JLARC review of: SB 5930
College and career readiness, new account funding for, JLARC review of use of: HB 2075, SB 5758, SSB 5758
Commercial office space, local tax exemption program for, JLARC to study: E2SHB 1495
Contracts, "contracting out" assessment and contractor ethical standards, JLARC role: ESHB 1851
Corrections, department of, JLARC audit of information technology and records: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Counties, core services and functions costs for each, JLARC to study: SB 5752
Federal funding programs, requiring changes in state statutes, JLARC reporting: SB 5370, SSB 5370
Fire departments, community assistance referral/education services, JLARC review: * E2SHB 1358, CH 273 (2017)
High-speed internet infrastructure, reverse auction program, JLARC evaluation: HB 2312
Higher education infrastructure investment program, JLARC review: SB 5684
Homelessness, document-recording surcharge use, JLARC to review: * SB 5252, CH 15 (2017)
Main street program, tax credit, JLARC to determine business participation: SSB 5135, 2SSB 5135, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Main street program, tax credit, JLARC to determine small business participation: HB 1343, HB 2094, SB 5135
Pilotage commissioners, board of, performance audit by JLARC of: SB 5819, ESSB 5819
Public records, AG consultation, archivist training, and local grants, JLARC review: * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Public works, small works roster and limited public works, JLARC to review: HB 1897
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, JLARC to analyze: 2ESHB 1508, ESB 6003
Spending programs, new statutory, requiring periodic JLARC review: HB 1818
Sustainable building materials incentive program, JLARC to review: HB 2631
Tax expenditures, scheduled, JLARC to report to citizen commission: HB 1500, SB 5513
Tax preferences, citizen commission review process, JLARC role: SB 5847
Tax preferences, without metrics or accountability standards, JLARC role: SB 5844, SSB 5844
Washington next generation educational savings account pilot program, JLARC to review: HB 1425, SHB 1425
Washington tourism marketing authority, JLARC performance evaluation of: HB 1123, SHB 1123, SB 5251, SSB 5251, 2SSB 5251
WorkFirst, extending vocational training time, JLARC to review impact of: HB 1566, SHB 1566, SB 5347, SSB 5347
LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD  LEGISLATIVE ETHICS BOARD RSS Feed
               (See also ETHICS IN GOVERNMENT)
Advisory opinions, written, issuance by board, when: HB 2105
Complaints, board decision-making timeline for: HB 2119
Complaints, correspondence concerning, delivery with notice of receipt: HB 1950, SB 5796
Jurisdiction of board, statutes and rules at time of alleged violation: HB 2118
Legislators and candidates, board actions concerning, restricting, when: HB 1994
Legislators, postemployment requirements waiver, board rule adoption: HB 1159, SHB 1159, SB 5120, SSB 5120, SB 5737
LEGISLATURE  LEGISLATURE RSS Feed
               (See also ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE; BUDGETS; ELECTIONS; NAMED ACTS; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION; TITLE ONLY BILLS)
Abalone, pinto abalone recovery initiative, legislature to establish: SB 6265
Administrative rules review committee, joint, approval of rules by, procedures: HB 1240
Administrative rules review committee, joint, eliminating: HB 2431
Administrative rules review committee, joint, insurance commissioner hearings: HB 1576
Administrative rules review committee, joint, petitions to: ESB 5214
Administrative rules review committee, joint, selective review of agency actions: ESB 5214
Administrative rules review committee, joint, stay of rules during review: HB 1657, SB 5055
Agency rule making, legislative action or excellence assessment to extend annual expiration: SSB 5798
Agency rule making, legislative action to extend annual expiration: SB 5798
Agency rule making, legislative ratification: HB 1658, SB 5616
Agency rule making, legislative ratification or agency excellence assessment: SSB 5616
Aging, legislative advisory committee on, establishing: HB 2116, SB 5180, ESSB 5180
Aquatic lands, reserves, DNR establishment or enlargement, requiring legislation: SB 5171
Bills and other legislation, cutoff dates: * SCR 8400 (2017), SCR 8407
Bills and other legislation, racial and ethnic impact statements concerning: SB 5588, SSB 5588
Bills, availability before final passage, constitutional amendment concerning: SJR 8210
Bills, memorials, and resolutions from 2017 first special session, returning to house of origin: * HCR 4405 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions from 2017 regular session, returning to house of origin: HCR 4403
Bills, memorials, and resolutions from 2017 second special session, returning to house of origin: * HCR 4407 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions from 2017 third special session, returning to house of origin: * HCR 4409 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions, reintroduction for 2017 first special session: * SCR 8404 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions, reintroduction for 2017 second special session: * SCR 8405 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions, reintroduction for 2017 third special session: * SCR 8406 (2017)
Bills, memorials, and resolutions, reintroduction for 2018 regular session: * HCR 4411 (2018)
Bills, tax rate equity statements with effective tax rate for, when: HB 1981, SHB 1981
Bills, that raise taxes, amending senate rules 62, 64, and 67 concerning: SR 8658
Boad, Ken, senate security, honoring: * SR 8612 (2017)
Bridges, I-5 over Columbia river, bistate bridge project legislative work group: HB 1222
Brown, Marty, former secretary of senate, recognizing and thanking: * SR 8669 (2017)
Bryant, El Wanda, senate page supervisor, recognizing: * SR 8662 (2017)
Budgets and related bills, restricting considering of legislation to, when: HJR 4211
Building codes, legislative action to allow implementation, requiring: SB 5500, SSB 5500
Building codes, update decisions, agency-request legislation requirement: SSB 5500
Bull, Gina Grant, house page supervisor and former legislative assistant, honoring: * HR 4616 (2017), * SR 8623 (2017)
Capitol campus design advisory committee, caucuses to appoint members of: SB 5922
Children's oversight committee, legislative, assumption of duties by DCYF oversight board, when: * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Children's oversight committee, legislative, repealing, transfer of duties: SHB 1661
College presidents, selection process, to require senate confirmation: SB 5584
Columbia river I-5 bridge, joint Oregon-Washington legislative action committee: EHB 2095, * SSB 5806, CH 288 (2017), SB 6118
Commerce & gaming committee, reducing membership of: * HR 4648 (2017)
Commerce, labor, and sports committee, senate, approving college sports budgets: SB 5109
Committee staff employment committee, senate rule 51 concerning membership: * SR 8651 (2017)
Committees, renaming legislative systems committees to emphasize technology: HB 2028, SHB 2028, SB 5729, ESSB 5729
Community economic revitalization board, alternate members from caucuses: HB 2218
Constitutionality of legislative acts, legislative and court roles in determinations: HB 1072
Dairy day at the legislature, recognizing: * SR 8606 (2017)
Deceased former members, joint session to honor: * SCR 8402 (2017)
Diversity commissions, ethnic and cultural, advising legislature: SB 5020, SSB 5020
Elected officials, financial affairs reporting, suspending or modifying, when: HB 1833
Elections policy committee, legislative, creating: HB 2526
Employment relations, joint committee on, modifying provisions: * SB 5969, CH 23 (2017)
Federal government, state agency agreements with, reporting to legislature: HB 1207
Fee increases, requiring simply majority: SJR 8214
Fiscal analysis, work group to explore establishing nonpartisan agency: SB 5443, SSB 5443
Fiscal and program information, work group concerning, convening: HB 1960
Fiscal impact, dynamic fiscal impact statements, instituting: HB 1960, SB 5443, SSB 5443
Fiscal legislation, veto of, budget allotment reductions by governor due to, when: HB 2392
Fiscal notes, reliability of, work group to study: HB 1960
Fiscal notes, various provisions: HB 1960, SB 5443, SSB 5443, SB 5848
Forecasts, economic and revenue, on February 20 during all sessions: SB 5114
Forecasts, economic and revenue, shifting June forecast to July: SB 5920
Fraser, Karen, former representative and senator, honoring: * SR 8682 (2018)
Gift center, legislative, sales of craft distillery and microbrewery products by: SB 6212
Health care oversight, joint select committee, actuarial analysis of apple care trust: SB 5701
Hill, Andy, former senator, renaming cancer research endowment authority after: ESB 5375
House business during interims, conducting: * HR 4646 (2017)
House organized, notification of governor: * HR 4600 (2017), * HR 4651 (2018)
House rules, permanent: * EHR 4610 (2017)
House rules, permanent rule 23, reducing commerce & gaming committee membership: * HR 4648 (2017)
House rules, temporary: * HR 4601 (2017), * HR 4602 (2017)
House, election of members, two house districts in each senate district, creating: SB 6244
Indian affairs, joint summit council on, establishing: HB 1357, SHB 1357, 2SHB 1357, SB 5511
Infrastructure, joint select committee on, establishing: HB 2594
Insurance commissioner, legislative oversight of office of: HB 1576
Joint session, elective state officers, canvassing vote of: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Joint session, governor's inaugural address: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Joint session, oath of office for statewide elected officials: * HCR 4401 (2017)
Joint session, state of state message: * HCR 4412 (2018)
Judgments against state for tortious conduct of employees, payment, legislature role: SB 5896, SSB 5896
Legislation, 2015, technical corrections for tax and licensing law improvements: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Legislative systems administrative committee, joint, renaming: HB 2028, SHB 2028, SB 5729, ESSB 5729
Legislative systems committee, joint, renaming, and requiring director: HB 2028, SHB 2028, SB 5729, ESSB 5729
Legislative technology solutions agency, establishing in place of LSC: HB 2028, SB 5729
Legislative technology solutions, office of, establishing in place of LSC: SHB 2028, ESSB 5729
Legislators and candidates, ethics board actions concerning, restricting, when: HB 1994
Legislators, mailings and public resources use, post-election: HB 2106, * SHB 2106, CH 7 (2017)
Legislators, offices of, locating in own district when legislature not in session: HB 1583
Lynch, Kyle E., legislative aide, honoring the life of: * SR 8626 (2017)
Mailings by legislators, restrictions on, waiver of deadline for, when: SB 5843
Marriages, solemnizing of, by elected state legislative officials: HB 2385
Operating budget, legislator salary passage contingency, constitutional amendment: HJR 4205
Pages, Gina Bull memorial legislative page scholarship program, establishing: HB 1194
Pages, Gina Grant Bull memorial legislative page scholarship program, establishing: ESHB 1194, SB 5346, * SSB 5346, CH 322 (2017)
Pages, house, supervisor Gina Grant Bull, honoring and remembering: * HR 4616 (2017), * SR 8623 (2017)
Pages, senate, supervisor El Wanda Bryant, recognizing: * SR 8662 (2017)
Public lands, transfer of, joint select committee on, establishment: HB 1103
Public records officers, chief clerk and secretary to be: HB 2255, SB 6139
Public records requests, response of chief clerk of house to: HB 1594, * ESHB 1594, CH 303 (2017)
Public records, legislative offices, chief clerk and secretary to advise: SB 6139
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, creating: SB 5588, SSB 5588
Redistricting commission, submission of plan to legislature, deadline: HB 1567, SHB 1567, SB 5398, SSB 5398
Rohrkemper, Amanda, attorney, code reviser's office, honoring and remembering: * SR 8624 (2017)
Rule making, department of ecology policies, legislative ratification: HB 1455, SB 5617
Rule making, legislative approval or disapproval of rules: HB 1241
Rule making, limited delegation of legislative authority to agencies: HB 1241
Rule making, specific grant of legislative authority: HB 1241
School extracurricular activities, entities overseeing, policy role of legislature: SB 5583
Senate business during interims, conducting: * SR 8677 (2017)
Senate organized, notification of governor: * SR 8600 (2017), * SR 8679 (2018)
Senate rule 51, concerning committee staff employment committee membership: * SR 8651 (2017)
Senate rules 35, 48, and 53, concerning majority vote and one-day notice: SR 8609
Senate rules 62, 64, and 67, concerning bills that raise taxes: SR 8658
Senate rules, new, concerning two-thirds vote for changing during special session: SR 8661
Senate rules, new, concerning ways & means chair and budget negotiations: SR 8660
Senate rules, new, concerning ways & means chair/ranking member per diem: SR 8659
Senate rules, permanent: * SR 8602 (2017), * ESR 8678 (2018)
Senate, ways and means, chair and ranking member per diem: SR 8659
Senate, ways and means, chair's availability for budget negotiations: SR 8660
Session laws, as legal material, preservation and authentication: * SB 5039, CH 106 (2017)
Session, 2017 first special, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4406 (2017)
Session, 2017 regular, adjourning SINE DIE: HCR 4404
Session, 2017 second special, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4408 (2017)
Session, 2017 third special, adjourning SINE DIE: * HCR 4410 (2017)
Sessions, house business during interims: * HR 4646 (2017)
Sessions, regular, start date, revising: SB 5994
Sessions, senate business during interims: * SR 8677 (2017)
Sessions, special, senate ways & means chair's budget negotiations availability: SR 8660
Sessions, special, two-thirds vote for changing senate rules during: SR 8661
Sexual harassment, unified table on, urging creation as task force on sexual harassment in legislature: HCR 4413
Shin, Paull, former senator, Mukilteo Boys & Girls Club Shin Center groundbreaking: * SR 8664 (2017)
Sommers, Helen, former representative, naming "1063 Building" after: EHCR 4400, SCR 8403, SSCR 8403
Spanel, Harriet A., former legislator, renaming Blanchard state forest after: HJM 4010
Spending programs, new statutory in bills, requirements for: HB 1818
State capitol executive committee, establishing with members from caucuses: SB 5922
Task force on building code council's administration and operations, establishing: HB 1622, SHB 1622
Task force on election costs, convening: HB 2529
Task force on state building code council's administration and operations, establishing: HB 1436, SB 5412
Task force, joint select, on sexual assault forensic examination best practices: HB 1109, * ESHB 1109, CH 290 (2017)
Task force, joint, on fish and shellfish enforcement issues, establishing: SSB 5761
Task force, joint, on hydraulic project approval program jurisdiction, establishing: SSB 5228
Task force, joint, on improving state funding for school construction, establishing: SB 5702, ESSB 5702
Task force, joint, on sexual assault forensic examination best practices, provisions: HB 2353, HB 2648
Task force, joint, on use of deadly force in community policing, recommendations: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Task force, joint, on water resource mitigation, establishing: SB 6091, * ESSB 6091 (2018)
Task force, joint, on water supply, both ground and surface water, establishing: HB 2248
Task force, joint, on water supply, concerning groundwater, establishing: HB 2239
Task force, joint, to simplify criminal sentencing, establishing: HB 2184, SB 5294, 2ESSB 5294, SB 5952, ESSB 5952
Task force, legislative, Erin's law, establishing: HB 1539
Task force, legislative, on K-12 governance and responsibilities, establishing: 2ESHB 1886
Task force, legislative, on southern resident orca recovery: HB 2417
Task force, on marbled murrelet habit conservation program damage response: HB 2300
Task force, on preventing proliferation of social security numbers, creating: HB 2249
Task force, on voter registration, convening: HB 2595
Tax increase legislation, two-thirds majority for approval: SJR 8214
Technology, legislative, renaming oversight committees to emphasize: HB 2028, SHB 2028, SB 5729, ESSB 5729
Testimony, false, by state officers and employees: HB 2414
Trade policy, joint legislative oversight committee on, eliminating: HB 2430
Transportation committee, joint, studying Washington-Oregon bridge options: HB 2352
Veterans' and military affairs, joint committee, regulating authorities reports to: HB 1978, * SB 5359, CH 184 (2017)
Wibbels, Sandra G., committee assistant, senate committee services, honoring the life of: * SR 8625 (2017)
WorkFirst, legislative-executive WorkFirst poverty reduction oversight task force: HB 1482, SHB 1482, E2SHB 1482, SB 5440
LIBRARIES  LIBRARIES RSS Feed
               
Rural county library districts, trustee appointment, in certain counties: * HB 1281, CH 134 (2017)
School libraries, funding for, creating "library materials" category: HB 2695
School libraries, information/technology resources, student impact, examining: HB 2695
School libraries, school library information and technology office, creating: HB 2695
LICENSE PLATES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES)
LICENSING, DEPARTMENT  LICENSING, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; MOTOR VEHICLES; PARKING; TOWING AND TOW TRUCKS)
Addresses of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
Child support orders, licensee non-compliance, license restriction or suspension: SB 5591
Child support, order compliance, licensees not in, DSHS notice to parent: HB 1814, * ESHB 1814, CH 269 (2017), SB 5490
Driver training education, core curriculum, DOL role: HB 2266
Driver training education, curriculum standards and instructor licensing, DOL role: HB 1481, * ESHB 1481, CH 197 (2017)
Employees, federally compliant driver's licensing duties, background checks of: HB 2176
Firearms, concealed pistol license, renewal notice requirements: HB 1100, * SHB 1100, CH 74 (2017), * SB 5268, CH 282 (2017)
For hire vehicles, wheelchair accessible, regulation of, department role: SB 5812
Licensing and certification, replacing with effective licensing port, when, DOL role: HB 1361
Motor vehicle registration hiatus pilot project, creating, department role: SHB 1272
Motor vehicles, autonomous, certification and other requirements, DOL role: HB 2131
Motor vehicles, illegal wrecking operations, task force on, department role: SB 5590
Motor vehicles, owner name/address, disclosure of, notice requirement, when: SB 5859
Motor vehicles, wholesale dealers, licensing of, eliminating: * HB 1722, CH 15 (2017)
Motorcycles, electric, registration renewal fee for: SB 6107
Motorsports vehicles, determining whether properly registered, DOL role: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Permanent cosmetics businesses and artists, licensing and regulation: HB 2369, SHB 2369
Pistols, applications and transfer and/or sale records, prohibiting DOL database: HB 1181, HB 1190
Private investigators, temporary registration card issuance for, DOL role: HB 2233
Recreational vehicles, registration, abandoned RV deconstruction/disposal fee: SB 5735
Snowmobiles, determining whether properly registered, DOL role: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Transportation network companies, regulation of, department role: HB 2716, SB 5620, ESSB 5620, SB 6043
Vessels, impoundment when operator arrested, procedures, commission role: HB 1605, * SHB 1605, CH 247 (2017)
Vessels, owner name/address, disclosure of, notice requirement, when: SB 5859
Voter registration, department as qualified agency for: SB 5857
LIENS  (See CONSUMER PROTECTION; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY; TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR  LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR RSS Feed
               
Legal action against state, by lieutenant governor, requirements: HB 1034
Washington generals, association of, expanding purpose of: HB 1984, SHB 1984, SB 5746
LIGHTING  LIGHTING RSS Feed
               
Mercury-containing lights, stewardship organization annual fee: * SB 5762, CH 254 (2017)
Mercury-containing lights, stewardship organization plan, report, and audit: * SB 5762, CH 254 (2017)
LIMITED COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATIONS  (See BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS)
LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES  LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANIES RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS)
Marijuana business licenses, LLC interest holders' residency: HB 1127
LIMOUSINES  (See MOTOR VEHICLES; TRANSPORTATION)
LIQUOR AND CANNABIS BOARD  LIQUOR AND CANNABIS BOARD RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; DRUGS)
Cannabidiol products, as additive in marijuana products, board role: HB 2334
Cannabidiol products, certain sales of, health safety sign display, board role: HB 2333
Cannabinoid products, certain sales of, health safety sign display, board role: HB 2333
Cannabis, health and beauty aids, permit for, board role in establishing: HB 2033, SB 5698
Cannabis, medical use, repealing all statutes legalizing, impact on board duties: HB 2096
Enforcement officers, liquor, powers of, expanding: SB 5132, SSB 5132
Essential public health services account, board to use certain moneys in: HB 2144
Hemp, industrial, regulatory framework feasibility, studying, board role: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Licenses, alcohol manufacturer, ancillary activities violations, penalties, board role: HB 2517, SB 6239
Licenses, tobacco products retailer, cigar lounge or tobacconist shop endorsement: HB 1919, SHB 1919
Marijuana, businesses and entities, siting near tribal reservation, board role: HB 1937
Marijuana, businesses, by playground, child care center, or preschool, prohibitions: HB 2238, HB 2483
Marijuana, businesses, facilities inspection to enforce standards, board role: HB 1461, * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017), SB 5323
Marijuana, businesses, financial institution services for, authorizing: HB 2098, SB 5928
Marijuana, businesses, general licensing process, board role: EHB 1857, SB 5131, * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Marijuana, businesses, signage and advertising, board regulatory role: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017), SB 5284, SSB 5284
Marijuana, cooperatives, state preemption of regulation of: HB 2471
Marijuana, endorsement, for retailer deliveries to medical use patients: HB 2574
Marijuana, legalizing recreational user plant possession, regulation of, studying: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Marijuana, licensees, business and nonprofit entity interest holders, board authority: HB 1127, HB 1151, SB 5102, SB 5284
Marijuana, licenses held by licensees and retail outlets in state, board limiting of: HB 1096
Marijuana, licenses, additional fee, for replacing board's traceability system: EHB 1858, * SB 5130, CH 316 (2017)
Marijuana, licenses, board limiting of retailer and co-owner aggregate per business: HB 1096
Marijuana, licenses, issuance, regulatory compliance determinations for: HB 2630
Marijuana, licenses, producers, sales to qualifying patients and providers: HB 2021, SHB 2021, SB 5606, SB 5933
Marijuana, licenses, research license provisions: EHB 1857, SB 5131, * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017), SB 5451
Marijuana, licenses, retail, delivery endorsement: HB 1712, SHB 1712
Marijuana, licenses, retail, forfeiture for failing to use by deadline, board role: HB 1126, SHB 1126, * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Marijuana, permits, cannabis health and beauty aids permit: HB 2033, SB 5698
Marijuana, producers and processors, testing of products of, board role: HB 2227
Marijuana, regulatory revenues from, federal activities impeding, prohibitions: HB 2124
Spirits, distilled, production terms, licenses, and fees, revising, board role: HB 2609
LIQUOR TAXES  (See TAXES - EXCISE)
LIVESTOCK  LIVESTOCK RSS Feed
               (See also ANIMALS; HORSES)
Abuse of animals, offender registry, registration requirements: SB 5804
Assessment by beef commission, modifying provisions: SB 5793
Bringing animal into state, to feed lot, certificate of veterinary inspection requirement: HB 2654
Cattle, feedlots, fugitive dust exemption, when: HB 1299, SHB 1299, SB 5196, * SSB 5196, CH 217 (2017)
Cattle, promoting well-being, beef industry, and beef commission transparency: * EHB 2073, CH 256 (2017)
Dogs and wolf-dog hybrids, dangerous to livestock, identification and removal: HB 2247
Impounding, alternative process for placement, public notice, and sale, when: HB 1315, SHB 1315
Inspection, fees for: HB 2018, SHB 2018, SB 5750, SSB 5750
Predation by wolves, certain prevention information, disclosure exemption: HB 1465, * ESHB 1465, CH 246 (2017)
Predation by wolves, NE Washington wolf-cattle management grant, creating: HB 2126
Predation by wolves, NE Washington wolf-livestock management grant, creating: * ESHB 2126, CH 257 (2017)
Predation by wolves, northeast Washington wolf-cattle management grant, creating: HB 2125
LOBBYING AND LOBBYISTS  (See PUBLIC DISCLOSURE COMMISSION)
LOCAL GOVERNMENT  LOCAL GOVERNMENT RSS Feed
               (See also BONDS; CITIES AND TOWNS; CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; COUNTIES; GROWTH MANAGEMENT; LAND USE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT; OPEN PUBLIC MEETINGS; PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYEES; PUBLIC WORKS; RECORDS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; SPECIAL AND SPECIAL PURPOSE DISTRICTS; TAXES - LODGING TAX)
Aerial imagery needs assessment study for state and local agencies, conducting: HB 2108, SB 5824
Affordable housing, rental, property owner tax exemption program, local: HB 2480
Airports, government-owned, community aviation revitalization loan program: EHB 1656
Arrest warrant, person with, on agency property, employee requirements: SB 5218
Boards, advisory, subject to open public meetings act, when: HB 1989
Boundary review boards, annexation boundaries, actions involving: HB 1682, ESB 5652
Catastrophic incidents, continuity of government planning: HB 2263, SB 6011
Catastrophic incidents, continuity of governmental operations: HJR 4210, SHJR 4210, SJR 8211
Committees, advisory, subject to open public meetings act, when: HB 1989
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Construction, local government, via indebtedness, sales and use tax exemption: SB 5166
Counties, formation of new, procedures for, establishing: SB 5932
Covenants on land used by local agencies, restrictive, process for removal of: * HB 1959, CH 119 (2017)
Creative districts, state-certified, designation and certification of: HB 1183, * SHB 1183, CH 240 (2017), SB 5300, SSB 5300, 2SSB 5300
Criminal justice funding, using certain funds to supplant existing funding, when: HB 2006, SHB 2006
Disaster areas, designated, creating and financing with bonds and tax revenues: HB 2048
Early childhood education and assistance program, funding, local government role: * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Early learning programs, funding from community sources, local pathway for: SB 5107, SSB 5107, * 2SSB 5107, CH 178 (2017)
Electronic data, federal agencies collecting, agency cooperation with, prohibiting: HB 1193
Employees, claims against public entities for tortious conduct of, liability: HB 2506, SB 5896, SSB 5896
Employment laws and contracts, unionized and nonunionized employees: HB 1143
Ethnicity, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Firearms, local regulation of, in addition to or more restrictive than state: HB 2666, SB 6146
Growth management act, local actions under, GMA victims response act: HB 2584
Hazardous substances remedial actions, local government clean-up projects: SB 6285
Health sciences and services authorities, designation as, application deadline: HB 1922
Homeless campsites, unauthorized, in ten largest cities, identifying on map: SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless encampments on religious organization property, allowing, requirements: HB 2044, SHB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless encampments, guidelines and regulations, state preemption of: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless housing, document-recording surcharges for, local government use: SB 5254, SSB 5254, * E2SSB 5254, CH 16 (2017), SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless parking, safe, religious organizations, local actions and regulations: HB 2044, SHB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Homeless shelters, bed availability reporting, to central information system: SB 5656, SB 5864, SSB 5864
Homeless shelters, religious organizations, local actions and regulations: HB 2044, SB 5657, SSB 5657
Housing, accessory apartments, within or outside urban growth areas: HB 2503
Housing, affordable, certain real estate excise taxes and revenues to support: HB 1536, HB 1797, SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, imposing sales tax for, councilmanic authority for: HB 1797, SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, on religious organization property, non-restriction of: HB 1987, SHB 1987
Housing, affordable, very low-income, local property tax exemption program: HB 1536, SB 5182, SSB 5182, 2SSB 5182, SB 5254, SSB 5254
Housing, local investment programs, establishment of, city/county notice to DOR: HB 2046
Information, personal, sale of, prohibitions: HB 2278
Infrastructure, debt guarantee by state for, constitutional amendment to allow: HJR 4200, SJR 8201
Infrastructure, for workforce or affordable housing, local investment programs for: HB 2046
Infrastructure, infrastructure policy advisory team, establishing: HB 1677, SB 5496
Infrastructure, loans and grants for, value planning and system improvement team: HB 1677, * ESHB 1677, CH 10 (2017) PV, SB 5496
Infrastructure, local financing tool program, excess revenues, carrying forward: SB 6177
Infrastructure, local, for drinking water, stormwater, and wastewater: HB 1677, SB 5496
Infrastructure, local, for drinking water, stormwater, wastewater, and solid waste: * ESHB 1677, CH 10 (2017) PV
Infrastructure, project financing, loan agreements with housing finance commission: HB 1324, ESSB 5033, SB 5088
Infrastructure, public works financing assistance program, establishing: HB 1051, SB 5033, ESSB 5033
Infrastructure, small cell wireless, investment-ready for certain technologies: HB 2592
Infrastructure, Washington investment trust, creating for funding of: HB 2059, SB 5464
Land use, local project permits and review, vested rights and controlling law in: HB 2100
Land, owned by local government, recorded restrictive covenant, removal hearing: HB 2674
Laws, rules, and policies, state, municipality self-designated sanctuary from: HB 2178
Leave systems, changes to, in relation to state retirement systems: HB 2122
Legal action against government, interim attorneys' fees and costs, payment: SB 5058
Marijuana excise tax distributions, increasing limits on: HB 2076
Marijuana excise tax distributions, requiring marijuana retailer in municipality for: HB 2060
Marijuana, businesses, siting or operation of, processes for prohibiting: HB 2336, HB 2484, SB 6291
Marijuana, retail businesses, siting or operation of, local processes for prohibiting: HB 2215, HB 2336, HB 2484, SB 6291
Marriages, solemnizing of, by local elected officials: HB 2385
Mental health/chemical dependency funding, using funds to supplant existing funds: HB 2006, SHB 2006
Military benefit financing pilot projects, establishing: HB 2635, SB 6272
Military benefit zones, creating, using to finance public improvements: HB 2635, SB 6272
Motor vehicles, alternative fuel and electric, agency acquisition of, provisions: SB 5931, SB 6080
National origin, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Notices, about emergencies and disasters, for limited-English-proficient persons: HB 1540, SHB 1540, 2SHB 1540, SB 5046, * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Planning, long-range SEPA, municipal corporation application fees for costs of: HB 2599
Private property rights, international law or accords infringing, prohibitions: HB 1202
Private roadways, city or county repair of: HB 1367
Records, electronic, of local agencies, internet-based data storage system for: HB 1516, SHB 1516
Religious beliefs, agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibiting: EHB 2097, SB 5828
Rent control, residential, local prohibition and state preemption, repealing: HB 2583
Residential dwellings, demolition fee, deposit in city's affordable housing fund: HB 1536
Resource data, private land unlawful entry by agency to collect: HB 1104
Revenue authority and constitutional/statutory obligations of governments, studying: HB 2011
Revitalization, local infrastructure investment programs, sales tax remittance for: HB 2046
Safe streets pilot project, creating to foster community engagement: HB 1557, SHB 1557, SB 5650
Self-insurance risk programs, local government joint, state agency participation: HB 2467
Sensing devices, extraordinary, government agency use: HB 1102
Surplus public property, transfer, lease, or disposal for public benefit: HB 2382
Surplus state-owned real property, disposal, government agency first refusal: HB 2382
Transfers and obligations, incurred by debtor, uniform voidable transactions act: * SB 5085, CH 57 (2017)
Volunteers, not appointed by an agency, records disclosure exemption, when: SB 5784
LODGING TAX  (See TAXES - LODGING TAX)
LONG-TERM CARE  LONG-TERM CARE RSS Feed
               (See also COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INDIVIDUALS WITH; DISABILITIES, INDIVIDUALS WITH; GUARDIANSHIP; LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDS, OFFICE OF STATE; SOCIAL AND HEALTH SERVICES, DEPARTMENT; VULNERABLE ADULTS)
Adult family home, persons with developmental disabilities, property tax exemption: HB 1763, SHB 1763
Adult family homes, abuse and neglect reports, investigating: HB 1354, SB 5406
Adult family homes, bed capacity, increasing: HB 2381
Adult family homes, evacuation during emergency: HB 2344, SB 6112
Adult family homes, exterior standards assessment, inspections for: HB 2027
Adult family homes, in residential communities, limiting number of: HB 1383, SB 5060, SSB 5060
Adult family homes, LGBTQ cultural competency training for licensees: SB 5700, SSB 5700
Adult family homes, medicaid fraud control unit, establishing: HB 2273, SB 6051
Adult family homes, provisional license application priority processing: HB 2346, SB 6113
Adult residential care/enhanced, new medicaid payment system for: HB 2515
Assisted living facilities and administrators, LGBTQ cultural competency training: SSB 5700
Assisted living facilities, abuse and neglect reports, investigating: HB 1354, SB 5406
Assisted living facilities, activities of daily living, to include medication assistance: HB 1671, * SHB 1671, CH 201 (2017), SB 5510
Assisted living facilities, LGBTQ cultural competency training: SB 5700
Assisted living facilities, licensing violation civil monetary penalties, adjusting: HB 1492
Assisted living, contracted, new medicaid payment system for: HB 2515
Continuing care retirement communities, agreements and disclosure statements: HB 1232, SHB 1232, SB 5395
In-home care services, individual providers, overtime compensation: HB 1836
In-home care, individual provider employment administrator program, establishing: HB 2426, SB 6199
Long-term services and supports trust program, commission, and account, creating: HB 1636, HB 2533, SB 6238
Medical care services, residential and institutional, personal needs allowance: HB 2651, SB 6237
Nursing facilities, medicaid fraud control unit, establishing: HB 2273, SB 6051
Nursing facility medicaid payment, direct care payment rate, modifying: * SB 5715, CH 286 (2017)
Nursing facility medicaid payment, persons with cognitive/behavioral impairments: HB 1968, SHB 1968, * SB 5715, CH 286 (2017)
Nursing homes, geriatric and behavioral health needs caregivers, curricula for: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Nursing homes, geriatric behavioral health workers, provisions concerning: * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Nursing homes, LGBTQ cultural competency training for licensees: SB 5700, SSB 5700
Personal care services, by family member, consumer-directed medicaid program: * 2ESB 5867, CH 34 (2017)
Personal care services, in-home by family member, payment when tribal client: * 2ESB 5867, CH 34 (2017)
Personal needs allowance, medicaid services, increasing: HB 1772, * SB 5118, CH 270 (2017)
Providers, adult family home, collective bargaining agreements, financial feasibility: HB 1287
Providers, adult family home, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Providers, adult family home, requiring union membership and dues, prohibiting: SB 5692
Providers, collective bargaining agreements, financial feasibility: HB 1287
Providers, fraud and abuse, medicaid fraud control unit, establishing: HB 2273, SB 6051
Providers, in-home care, collective bargaining agreements, financial feasibility: HB 1287
Providers, individual, hours paid by DSHS for, extending current limit: * SB 5976, CH 24 (2017)
Providers, LGBTQ cultural competency continuing education training for: SB 5700, SSB 5700
Providers, persons with developmental disabilities, collective bargaining: HB 1607, SB 5551
Providers, persons with developmental disabilities, union membership/dues: SB 5692
Providers, persons with disabilities, collective bargaining unit rep elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Providers, persons with disabilities, union membership/dues payment, prohibitions: SB 5692
Providers, required training and peer mentoring for, DSHS to coordinate, when: SB 5899
Residential care settings, medical care services, personal needs allowance: HB 2651, SB 6237
Residential care settings, physical plant contract requirements, review of: HB 2515
Residents, electronic monitoring of sleeping rooms of, notification and information: SB 5181
Respite care services, in-home by family member, payment when tribal client: * 2ESB 5867, CH 34 (2017)
Respite care services, individual providers, training requirements: HB 2435, SB 6206
Workers, funds for health care benefits for, returning to state when unspent: SB 5599
Workers, minimum training requirements, deadline after hiring for meeting: * SB 5177, CH 216 (2017)
Workers, training to recognize client hearing loss: * SB 5177, CH 216 (2017)
LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDS, OFFICE OF STATE  LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDS, OFFICE OF STATE RSS Feed
               (See also LONG-TERM CARE)
Incapacitated persons, guardians for, ombuds investigation pilot program: SB 5690
Incapacitated persons, kinds of decision-making authority for, training concerning: HB 1402, SHB 1402, * 2SHB 1402, CH 268 (2017), SB 5577, SSB 5577, 2SSB 5577
Residents of facilities, electronic monitoring of sleeping rooms of, role of ombuds: SB 5181
Services, ombuds, new state ombuds office to contract for provision of: SB 5978
LOTTERY COMMISSION  (See LOTTERY, STATE)
LOTTERY, STATE  LOTTERY, STATE RSS Feed
               
Commission, transfers of revenues to various accounts: HB 1517, HB 1694, SHB 1694
Revenues, deposited in certain accounts, distribution: HB 1517, HB 1694, SHB 1694
Unclaimed lottery prize moneys, deposit in child rescue fund: HB 2072
LOW-INCOME PERSONS  LOW-INCOME PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also HOMES AND HOUSING)
2-1-1, Washington information network (WIN), 10th anniversary of, celebrating: * SR 8605 (2017)
Carbon pollution mitigation tax grant, low-income, establishing: HB 2230, SB 5930
Charity care, for indigent persons by hospitals, revising requirements: SB 6273, SB 6308
Civil legal aid, low-income/indigent persons, office of civil legal aid role: HB 2308, SB 6041
Essential needs and housing support program, homeless/at-risk ABD recipient eligibility: HB 2667
Essential needs and housing support program, modifying and studying: SB 6116
Facilities, public, impact on high poverty/ethnically diverse area, mitigation of: HB 2093, SB 5725, SSB 5725
Food insecurity, research on, conducting: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Home rehabilitation revolving loan program, low-income, creating: HB 1980, SHB 1980, 2SHB 1980, * ESB 5647, CH 285 (2017)
Homeownership development, low-income by nonprofit, property tax exemption: HB 1532, SHB 1532, SB 5143, SSB 5143
Homeownership projects, funding from housing trust fund: HB 1044
Housing land bank, affordable, surplus public property for, studying: SHB 1752
Housing, affordable or supportive, local sales and use tax imposition for: HB 2437
Housing, affordable, certain real estate excise taxes and revenues to support: HB 1536, HB 1797, SHB 1797, SB 5482
Housing, affordable, city that acquires or builds, one-time tax remittance for: HB 1536, HB 1797
Housing, affordable, city that builds, tax remittance for: SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, city/county infrastructure for, one-time sales tax remittance: HB 2046
Housing, affordable, development on religious organization property: HB 1987, SHB 1987
Housing, affordable, imposing sales tax for, councilmanic authority for: HB 1797, SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, in residential targeted areas, property tax exemption, when: HB 2051
Housing, affordable, land acquisition loan program, for vacant or improved land: * HB 1616, CH 274 (2017)
Housing, affordable, land bank, creating: HB 1752
Housing, affordable, local infrastructure for, one-time tax remittance for city: HB 1536, HB 1797
Housing, affordable, local infrastructure for, tax remittance for city: SHB 1797
Housing, affordable, low-income by nonprofit, property tax exemption for: HB 1750
Housing, affordable, manufactured housing communities beyond urban growth areas: HB 1846, SB 5615
Housing, affordable, rental, property owner tax exemption program: HB 2480
Housing, affordable, single-family, outside urban growth areas: HB 2560
Housing, affordable, supporting via GMA planning for rural development: HB 1748
Housing, affordable, very low-income, local property tax exemption program: HB 1536, SB 5182, SSB 5182, 2SSB 5182, SB 5254, SSB 5254
Housing, low-income, groundwater withdrawals, waiving fees for: HB 2575
Housing, low-income, impact fees exemption, when: HB 2538, SB 6294
Housing, low-income, real estate excise tax exemption for certain transfers: HB 2444
Housing, low-income, SEPA noncompliance challenge exception, when: HB 1740, SHB 1740
Hunger, food insecurity and USDA nutrition assistance programs, data on: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Indigent persons, charity care by hospitals for, revising requirements: SB 6273, SB 6308
Intergenerational poverty advisory committee, creating: HB 1482, SHB 1482, E2SHB 1482, SB 5440
Pets, in low-income households, additional veterinary services for: SB 6196
Regional transit authorities, certain taxes imposed by, low-income rebate, when: HB 2148, SB 5906
Students, promoting lively activities for youth (PLAY) grant program: HB 2311
Students, running start program, college to cover certain costs: SB 6260
Students, school extracurricular activities participation: HB 2311
Transportation needs, special, transportation providers for persons with: HB 2113
Vehicle fee rebate program, low-income, by transportation benefit districts: SB 5785
Vehicles, zero-emission, charge ahead Washington program: SB 6080
West Seattle helpline, honoring: * SR 8615 (2017)
WorkFirst, legislative-executive WorkFirst poverty reduction oversight task force: HB 1482, SHB 1482, E2SHB 1482, SB 5440
Youth, dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1542