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FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S OMBUDS, OFFICE  FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S OMBUDS, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Children, youth, and families, department of, oversight board for, establishing: SHB 1661, * 2E2SHB 1661, CH 6 (2017)
Functions and duties of office, performance by new state ombuds office: SB 5978
FARMS AND FARMING  FARMS AND FARMING RSS Feed
               (See also AGRICULTURE; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; LIVESTOCK; PEST CONTROL AND PESTICIDES; TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
Agritourism, liability of agritourism professionals, limitations on: HB 2020, SB 5808, * ESSB 5808, CH 227 (2017)
Apple maggot quarantine areas, outdoor burning in: SB 6055, * SSB 6055, CH 147 (2018)
Berry growing operations, outdoor burning of pruning waste: SB 5004, SSB 5004
Chavez, Cesar, honoring: * SR 8642 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, recognizing March thirty-first as Cesar Chavez day: * HB 1939, CH 307 (2018), SB 5913
Chemical sprays/washes, spray materials, and fertilizers, sales tax exemption, narrowing: SB 6609
Composting, protecting from nuisance lawsuits, when: HB 1590, SHB 1590, SB 5431, ESSB 5431
Crop protection products, wholesale sales, B&O tax exemption, when: HB 1916, SB 5786, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Crops damage due to wildlife, by elk or deer, compensation for: HB 1399, SHB 1399
Dairy farms, men and women working on, honoring: * SR 8606 (2017), * SR 8693 (2018)
Dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project, establishing: HB 1542
Employees, farm internship pilot project, adding counties and expiration date: * HB 1906, CH 150 (2017)
Employees, farm internship pilot project, adding Mason county to: SB 6630
Farm product, defining to include marijuana, for nuisance lawsuit protection: HB 1692, SHB 1692
Farmers markets, alcoholic beverage sales at, various: HB 2419, SHB 2419, SB 6122
Farmers, future farmers of America association, Washington, commending: * SR 8711 (2018)
Farmers, future farmers of America, Washington's, recognizing: * HR 4614 (2017), * HR 4676 (2018), * SR 8621 (2017), * SR 8710 (2018)
Farmers, retired, removal from current use classification of land owned by: HB 2349
Fertilizer, commercial, wholesale sales of, B&O tax exemption, when: HB 1916, SB 5786, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Fertilizers and washes/sprays/materials, sales tax exemption, narrowing: SB 6609
Food system, state, studying: HB 1552
Hemp, industrial, funding of research on: HB 1979, SB 5732
Hemp, industrial, indicating exclusion from "controlled substance" definition: * HB 2064, CH 153 (2017)
Hemp, industrial, regulatory framework feasibility, studying: * ESSB 5131, CH 317 (2017)
Hops, export documents, grower lot numbers/lab results used for, disclosure exemption: * HB 2682, CH 170 (2018)
Hunger, childhood, efforts of Washington farmers to help combat: * HR 4605 (2017)
Labor contracting, farm, excluding activity solely for small forest landowners from: * EHB 1924, CH 253 (2017)
Lands, farm and agricultural, siting school near, prohibiting under GMA, when: SB 6562
Marijuana, produce facilities, odors or dust from, clean air act exemption, when: HB 2882
Marijuana, production and products, excluding from "agricultural labor": SHB 1692
Marijuana, production and products, excluding from overtime exemption: SHB 1692
Mushroom farming, facilities for, various costs, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2980, SB 6577
Pollutant discharge elimination permits, treating nonagency individuals equitably: HB 2140, HB 2141
Produce, federal safety rule, implementation process and records: HB 2681, * SB 6319, CH 106 (2018)
Right to farm act, Washington, relevance to real estate seller disclosures: HB 2710, SHB 2710
School meals, farm-to-school and small and direct marketing farm programs: HB 1508
School meals, farm-to-school and small farm direct marketing programs: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), ESB 6003
Seed, wholesale sales of, B&O tax exemption, when: HB 1916, SB 5786, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Sewage sludge/biosolids, food grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1653
Small farms, encouraging through growth management act planning: HB 1609
Small farms, within current use property tax program: HB 1544, SHB 1544
Sprays/washes and spray materials, sales tax exemption, narrowing: SB 6609
Wages, agricultural labor, break time/rest period remedial compensation, when: ESB 5720
Wages, production-based safe harbor compensation for agricultural labor: HB 2049
Workers, agricultural, behavioral health and suicide prevention pilot program, establishing: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Workers, agricultural, behavioral health and suicide prevention task force, convening: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Workers, agricultural, modernizing pesticide notification work group, establishing: SSB 6529
Workers, agricultural, pesticide application safety work group, establishing: * E2SSB 6529, CH 108 (2018)
FERRIES  FERRIES RSS Feed
               (See also COLLECTIVE BARGAINING)
Advisory committees, role of, provisions: HB 1528, SB 5392
County ferry districts, creating district in part of the county, requirements: SHB 1331
County ferry districts, passenger-only ferries, not limiting district authority to: HB 1331, SHB 1331, SB 5403, SSB 5403
County ferry systems, county ferry capital improvement funds requests by: SB 6354
County ferry systems, reimbursement of counties, when: SB 6355
Employees, ferry, collective bargaining unit representative elections: HB 1607, SB 5551
Employees, ferry, requiring union membership or dues/fees payment, prohibiting: SB 5692
Employees, ferry, unused vacation leave accrual by: * HB 1530, CH 168 (2017), SB 5390
Employees, new, collective bargaining unit representative access to: HB 2624, * ESB 6229, CH 250 (2018)
Employees, unfair labor practices against, deadline for claims in superior court: HB 2736, * SB 6231, CH 252 (2018)
Natural gas, liquefied, ferry system use: HB 2400, SB 6061
Passenger-only ferry service districts, public works contractor bonds within: HB 2317, * SHB 2317, CH 89 (2018), SB 6022, SSB 6022
Passenger-only service between Olympia and Seattle, studying: SB 6054
Yakima, state ferry vessel, requesting renaming as the Yakama: SJM 8016
FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATE  FINANCE COMMITTEE, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also BONDS)
Parks, state, capital projects at, general obligation bonds to fund, committee role: SB 5838, ESSB 5838
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS RSS Feed
               (See also FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT; SECURITIES)
American recovery program, including Glass-Steagall Act, requesting adoption of: SJM 8006
Banking, requesting that Congress separate investment and commercial functions: SJM 8002
Credit union act, modifying provisions: HB 1053, * SB 5144, CH 61 (2017)
Credit unions, as public depositaries: HB 1209, * SHB 1209, CH 237 (2018), SB 5396
Credit unions, capital accounts, secondary, provisions concerning: HB 1318
Depositary, publicly owned, structure and business plan for establishing: SB 6375
Dressel, Melanie J., Columbia bank CEO, honoring the life and career of: * SR 8635 (2017)
Dressel, Melanie, Columbia bank CEO, honoring the life and accomplishments of: * HR 4624 (2017)
First financial northwest bank, Dr. Gary Kohlwes, former director and board chairman, recognizing: * HR 4672 (2018)
International banking facilities, B&O tax exemption for, repealing: SB 5765
Investment conduits, certain amounts received by, B&O exemption, repealing: SB 5821
Investment management services, international, preferential B&O rate, eliminating: HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5929
Investment trust, Washington, creating: HB 2059, SB 5464
Linked deposit program, administrative provisions: SB 6085
Linked deposit program, simplifying rule making for: SB 5587
Marijuana businesses, patients, and providers, providing financial services for: HB 2098, ESHB 2098, SB 5928, * ESSB 5928, CH 68 (2018)
Securitization entities, certain amounts received by, B&O exemption, repealing: SB 5821
Student loans, disbursement via financial institution, requirements for schools: * HB 1499, CH 13 (2018)
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT  FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS)
Securities division, certain fees collected for, increasing, department role: HB 2286, * SB 6024, CH 185 (2018)
Small business retirement marketplace, investment options in, department review: HB 1850, HB 1966, SHB 1966, SB 5675, * SSB 5675, CH 69 (2017)
Student education loan servicers program, department role: HB 1440, SHB 1440, E2SHB 1440, SB 5210, SB 6029, SSB 6029, * E2SSB 6029, CH 62 (2018)
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Brown, Marty, former director, recognizing and thanking: * SR 8669 (2017)
Capital budget projects, 4-year colleges, proposals/prioritized lists, OFM role: SHB 1325, 2SHB 1325
Capital budget, higher education project requests, prioritized ranking by colleges: HB 1325, SB 5087
Capital facilities, higher education, standards and scoring/prioritizing matrix, OFM role: 2SHB 1325
Capital facilities, higher education, standards and scoring/weighting tool, OFM role: SHB 1325
Child care, bring your infant to work program, model policy, OFM role: HB 2396, SHB 2396, E2SHB 2396
Children, core state services, forecasting/budgeting as maintenance-level costs: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV
Collective bargaining agreements, "feasible financially for the state," OFM role: HB 1287
Collective bargaining agreements, state, OFM to post on web site: * SB 5969, CH 23 (2017)
Contracts, "contracting out" assessment and contractor ethical standards, OFM role: ESHB 1851
Contracts, state agency contract oversight and management program, OFM role: SSB 5915
Education data center, concurrent enrollment/college preparation programs, work group: HB 2656, SHB 2656, SB 6398
Education data center, educator preparation data, making available to PESB: HB 1741, * SHB 1741, CH 172 (2017), SB 5526
Facilities and real estate, state agencies, aligning certain DES and OFM functions: EHB 1828, SB 5089
Fiscal analysis, work group to explore establishing nonpartisan agency, OFM role: SB 5443, SSB 5443
Fiscal impact statements and estimates, dynamic, OFM role: HB 1960
Fiscal impact statements, for ballot measures, deadline for preparing, OFM role: SHB 1981, HB 2936
Fiscal impact, dynamic fiscal impact statements, instituting, OFM role: SB 5443, SSB 5443
Fiscal notes, concerning supreme court decisions: HB 2636, SB 6405
Fiscal notes, various provisions: SB 5443, SSB 5443, SB 5848
Foster parent shared leave pool, creating, OFM role: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Growth management hearings board, assets transfer to OFM due to eliminating: HB 1350
Human resources, transferring certain DES functions to OFM: SB 5915, SSB 5915
Jail inmates, health care, payment for, OFM responsibility: HB 2676
Prescription drugs, cost and utilization data reporting, OFM role: HB 1541, SHB 1541, 2SHB 1541, SB 5401, SB 5586, SSB 5586, 2SSB 5586
Psychiatric hospitals, state, managed care risk model for, OFM role: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, OFM role: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
Regulatory assistance, office of, regulatory fairness act assistance for agencies: HB 1120, SHB 1120, * 2SHB 1120, CH 53 (2017)
School employee salaries, technical working group on, convening, OFM role: HB 2717, SB 6397
Shared leave program, to include parental leave and pregnancy disability: HB 1434, * ESHB 1434, CH 39 (2018), SB 5295, SSB 5295
Shared leave program, uniformed service member or veteran, or spouse of, when: * E2SHB 1802, CH 173 (2017)
Shared leave program, uniformed service pool, members, veterans, spouses: HB 1802
Shared leave program, veterans in-state service shared leave pool, creating: SHB 1802, * E2SHB 1802, CH 173 (2017)
Shared leave, state employee spouse or partner leave sharing, when: SB 5479
Shared leave, state parental leave sharing program, creating: SB 5479
Shared leave, to include parental and maternity/paternity leave, when: SB 5479
State agencies, audits of, indicating state law noncompliance, OFM role: SB 5372, * SSB 5372, CH 66 (2017)
State agencies, charging labor organizations a fee for PERC funding, OFM role: SSB 5914
State agencies, employees and contractors, background checks, when, OFM role: * HB 2208, CH 19 (2018), SSB 5915
State employees, union dues, covering portion of PERC costs, OFM role: SB 5914
State trooper and sergeant salaries, competitive for recruitment, OFM reporting role: * SHB 2692, CH 140 (2018)
Statewide all-payer health care claims database, modifying provisions: SB 5197
Statutory provisions concerning OFM, obsolete or inactive, removing or revising: EHB 1927, SHB 1927, SB 5292
Tax rate, effective, in statements for ballot measures and bills, OFM role: HB 1981, SHB 1981
Tax revenue equity statements and tax regressivity grades, instituting, OFM role: HB 2936
Telemedicine payment parity pilot program, OFM to establish: SB 6399
Vacation leave, accrual and use of, state employee and officer provisions: HB 1521, * SHB 1521, CH 167 (2017), SB 5296, SSB 5296
Vacation leave, cashing-out, requirements: * SHB 1521, CH 167 (2017), SSB 5296
Vacation leave, removing continuous employment requirement for first using: HB 1521, * SHB 1521, CH 167 (2017), SB 5296, SSB 5296
Veterans, military recruitment program, OFM to develop: * SB 5849, CH 192 (2017)
FIRE PROTECTION  FIRE PROTECTION RSS Feed
               (See also FIREFIGHTERS)
Biomass, forest-derived for wildfire prevention, harvester B&O tax credit: HB 2441
Burning, prescribed burn manager certification program, creating: * HB 2733, CH 172 (2018), SHB 2733
Burning, prescribed fire program, creating: SHB 2733
Burning, prescribed, training for local authorities: HB 2441
Contractors, fire protection contractor license fund, limiting uses of: * HB 1133, CH 37 (2018)
Contractors, fire suppression, DNR outreach and recruitment: HB 1489, * ESHB 1489, CH 104 (2017)
Director of fire protection, inspecting marijuana producer's premises, when: HB 1920, SHB 1920
Director of fire protection, rental dwelling fire death reduction, and task force: HB 2864, SHB 2864, SB 6473, SSB 6473
Fire code officials, inspecting marijuana producer's premises, alternatives to, when: HB 1920, SHB 1920
Fire departments, city or town, effect of fire protection district formation on: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 328 (2017)
Fire departments, community assistance referral and education services program: HB 1358, SHB 1358, * E2SHB 1358, CH 273 (2017)
Fire departments, liability of person causing hazardous materials incident to: HB 2460
Fire departments, Lynden, Gary Baar, fire chief, honoring: * HR 4632 (2017)
Fire districts, local, land under jurisdiction but not assessed by levy, annexation: SB 6575, SSB 6575
Fire investigators, occupational disease presumptions for workers' compensation: HB 2633, SHB 2633, SB 5477, ESB 6213
Fire protection districts, annexations and mergers, various provisions: HB 1751, ESHB 1751, HB 2576, * SHB 2576, CH 28 (2018), * SB 5454, CH 326 (2017), SB 6284, SSB 6284
Fire protection districts, as taxing districts for distributing certain PUD revenues: SB 6321
Fire protection districts, commissioner compensation, adjustment for inflation: HB 1167, * SB 5122, CH 58 (2017)
Fire protection districts, elections, district-based: SHB 1800, * ESSB 6002, CH 113 (2018)
Fire protection districts, elections, district-based or alternative: HB 1800, SB 5267, SB 6002
Fire protection districts, elections, proportional voting for: HB 2746, SB 6402
Fire protection districts, formation by city or town, process, authority, governance: SB 5628, * ESSB 5628, CH 328 (2017)
Fire protection districts, formation, including ambulance service, when: * ESSB 5628, CH 328 (2017)
Fire protection districts, liability of person causing hazardous materials incident to: HB 2460
Fire protection districts, property tax levies, removing certain requirements: * HB 1166, CH 107 (2017), SB 5121
Fire protection districts, rural counties, equipment purchases, tax exemption, when: HB 1839
Fire protection districts, surplus federal equipment for Cascadia earthquake/tsunami: SJM 8010
Fire service administration, joint legislative task force on, establishing: SB 6548, ESSB 6548
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resources mobilization, extending expiration: SSB 6283
Fire service mobilization plan, risk resources mobilization, repealing expiration: HB 2508, SB 6283
Fires, national fire incident reporting system, administering of: HB 1863, * SHB 1863, CH 308 (2017)
Flame retardants, organohalogen, limiting amounts in various products: HB 2632
Foam, class B firefighting, with PFAS chemicals, prohibitions: HB 2793, SHB 2793, SB 6413, * ESSB 6413, CH 286 (2018)
Hospitals, fire protection inspections, funding from hospital licensing fees: HB 1915, SHB 1915
Mobilization, state fire service, anticipating local needs: HB 1019, SHB 1019
Personal protective equipment, containing PFAS chemicals, requirements: HB 2793, SHB 2793, SB 6413, * ESSB 6413, CH 286 (2018)
Property, noncommercial, insurer risk mitigation goods and services for insureds: * SHB 2322, CH 239 (2018)
Rangeland fire protection associations, formation and services: HB 2562, SHB 2562
Regional fire protection service authorities, as taxing districts, when: SB 6321
Regional fire protection service authorities, effective formation date of: * SHB 1467, CH 196 (2017)
Regional fire protection service authorities, fire protection benefit charge provisions: HB 1467, * SHB 1467, CH 196 (2017), SB 5364, SSB 5364
Regional fire protection service authorities, tax levy provisions: HB 1467, * SHB 1467, CH 196 (2017), * SHB 2627, CH 136 (2018), SB 5364, SSB 5364
Rental dwelling fire death reduction, investigating, and forming task force: HB 2864, SHB 2864, SB 6473, SSB 6473
Rental property and condominiums, fire safety requirements, compliance with: SB 5082
Russell, Gary, Whatcom county fire district no. 7 fire chief, recognizing: * HR 4649 (2017)
Wildfires, 2015, appropriations from budget stabilization account for: HB 1613
Wildfires, 2016, appropriations from budget stabilization account for: * EHB 2190, CH 29 (2017), HB 2191, SB 5895
Wildfires, 2017, appropriations from budget stabilization account for: * SHB 3002, CH 274 (2018), SSB 6174
Wildfires, aircraft use, premobilization assistance program for local entities to fund: HB 1736, SHB 1736
Wildfires, eastern Washington, community wildfire protection assessment: HB 1074
Wildfires, forest losses from, forest health assessment and treatment: SB 5546, SSB 5546, * 2SSB 5546, CH 95 (2017)
Wildfires, forest losses from, forest health treatments prioritization policy: HB 1711, SHB 1711, * E2SHB 1711, CH 248 (2017)
Wildfires, greenhouse gas emissions from, calculating: SHB 1144, 2SHB 1144, E3SHB 1144
Wildfires, ignition-resistant landscaping, homeowner/condominium associations: SHB 1172, HB 2485, SHB 2485
Wildfires, open space program additional tax natural disaster exception for: EHB 1309, SB 5188, SSB 5188, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Wildfires, rangeland fire protection associations, formation and services: HB 2562, SHB 2562
Wildfires, risk, prevention, response, and education activities, certain funds for: HB 2010, HB 2441
Wildfires, risk, reduction activities to prevent residential homelessness, funding: * ESHB 2010, CH 280 (2017)
Wildfires, suppression contractors and equipment owners, DNR recruitment: HB 1489, * ESHB 1489, CH 104 (2017)
Wildfires, suppression funding, from forest resilience and fire suppression account: SB 5930
Wildfires, suppression methods, use of fire retardants, foams, etc., DNR reporting: SB 5198, * ESSB 5198, CH 319 (2017)
Wildfires, suppression volunteers, effective use of, DNR responsibilities: SB 5199
Wildfires, vegetation removal to protect structures, in development regulations: HB 1588
Wildfires, wildland fire advisory committee, expanding duties: HB 2561, * SHB 2561, CH 227 (2018)
FIREARMS  FIREARMS RSS Feed
               (See also CORRECTIONAL FACILITIES AND JAILS; LAW ENFORCEMENT AND LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; WEAPONS)
Alien firearm license, fingerprinting requirements for: * HB 1965, CH 174 (2017), SB 5730
Ammunition, large capacity magazines, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1134, HB 1387, HB 2422, SB 5050, SB 5444, SB 6049
Ammunition, lead, selling or giving to person under 21, risks and prohibitions: HB 2805
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, licensing and background checks: HB 1387, SB 5444
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1134, HB 1387, SB 5050, SB 5444
Assault weapons, licensing and background checks: SSB 5444
Assault weapons, requirements and prohibitions: SSB 5444
Background checks, assault weapons: SSB 5444
Background checks, assault weapons and large capacity magazines: HB 1387, SB 5444
Background checks, exclusions, certain employer-employee transfers: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552
Background checks, exclusions, certain entity-employee transfers: SSB 5506, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Background checks, exclusions, flare guns and construction tools: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Background checks, exemptions, concealed pistol licensees, when: HB 1725, SB 6476
Background checks, exemptions, family member exemption, expanding: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Background checks, exemptions, suicide or bodily harm prevention transfers: SHB 1612, HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Background checks, exemptions, temporary transfers in transferor's presence: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Background checks, exemptions, transfers at nonprofit fund-raising activities: HB 1933, SB 5506
Background checks, law enforcement duties, financial assistance grant program: SSB 6620
Background checks, repealing: HB 1380
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, establishing: * ESB 5992, CH 7 (2018)
Bump-fire stocks, prohibitions: * ESB 5992, CH 7 (2018)
Child care centers, firearms and weapons in, restrictions: HB 2293
Clay targets, purchased by nonprofit gun clubs, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5557
Deadly weapon sentencing enhancements, provisions: HB 2811
Dealers, at point of sale, offering locked box, lock, or anti-discharge device: HB 1122, SHB 1122, 2SHB 1122, SB 5463
Deliveries, by dealer to law enforcement officer, requirements: HB 1592
Deliveries, by dealer to purchaser or transferee, requirements: HB 2174
Deliveries, of semiautomatic rifles to purchaser/transferee, dealer requirements: SSB 6620
Emergency, lawful firearms possession during state of: HB 1004
Felonies, committing or attempting, while armed with firearm, minimum sentences: SB 6507
Firearm rights, voluntary wavier of: SB 5553, * SSB 5553, CH 145 (2018)
Forfeited firearms, state patrol option to destroy: HB 1483
Forfeiture of firearms, depositing proceeds into education legacy trust account: HB 2136
Hunter education training program, firearm safety and education within, funding: HB 1900, SB 5536
Hunter education training program, firearm skills in, law enforcement exemption: HB 1944, * SHB 1944, CH 255 (2017)
Insurance, firearms liability coverage, requiring for lawful purchase: SB 5795
Law enforcement, less lethal weapons program, establishing: HB 1529, HB 1769, SB 5073, SSB 5073
No-contact orders, relation of firearms/dangerous weapons to, when: SSB 5029
Pistols, applications and transfer and/or sale records, prohibiting database of: HB 1181, HB 1190
Pistols, concealed pistol license, disclosure exemption, when: HB 2329, SB 6173
Pistols, concealed pistol license, ineligible for return due to protection order: * EHB 2519, CH 226 (2018)
Pistols, concealed pistol license, original, fingerprinting requirements for: * HB 1965, CH 174 (2017), SB 5730
Pistols, concealed pistol license, photograph of applicant, requirements: * EHB 2519, CH 226 (2018)
Pistols, concealed pistol license, reciprocity with other states, age requirement for: HB 1381
Pistols, concealed pistol license, renewal notice requirements: HB 1100, * SHB 1100, CH 74 (2017), * SB 5268, CH 282 (2017)
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, background check exemption, when: HB 1725, SB 6476
Pistols, concealed, carrying in public facilities with license: HB 1015
Pistols, concealed, carrying into another's residence, prohibited without permission: HB 2738, SB 6415
Pistols, concealed, certain school employees to carry, training/license requirements: HB 3007
Pistols, concealed, veteran carrying on community college campus with license: HB 2306
Possession, by person convicted of domestic violence harassment, prohibiting: * SB 6298, CH 234 (2018)
Possession, by person incompetent to stand trial with violent act history, prohibiting: SB 6297, SSB 6297
Possession, person detained for mental health evaluation then released, prohibition: SB 5441, SSB 5441
Purchase or transfer applications, denial when ineligible, investigations: HB 1501
Purchase or transfer applications, denial when ineligible, investigations, appeals: * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Purchase or transfer applications, denial when ineligible, protected person notice: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Purchase or transfer applications, denial when ineligible, reporting and database: HB 1501, * SHB 1501, CH 261 (2017)
Raffle prizes, gift certificates for businesses that sell firearms, provisions: SB 5671
Regulations, local government, in addition to or more restrictive than state: HB 2666, SB 6146
Rifles, semiautomatic, background check and dealer licensing requirements for: SSB 6620
Rifles, semiautomatic, prohibiting purchase by person under 21: HB 3004, SB 6620, SSB 6620
Rifles, semiautomatic, within "assault weapon" definition, prohibitions: SSB 5444
Rifles, semiautomatic, within "assault weapon" definition, prohibitions, exceptions: HB 1134, HB 1387, SB 5050, SB 5444
Safety, high school firearm safety and hunter education elective course: HB 1174, SB 5216
Safety, products for safe storage, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1270
School employees carrying concealed pistol, training and license requirements: HB 3007
School employees possessing firearms on school grounds, authorizing: HB 3008
Schools, voluntary active shooter response training program for: SB 6622
Sentencing enhancements for firearms, doubling due to body armor possession, when: HB 2968, SB 6574
Sexual assault, protection orders, involving firearms, modifying or terminating: * ESSB 5256, CH 233 (2017)
Sexually violent predators, deadly weapon delivery by unmanned aircraft to: HB 2363
Shooting from vehicle, person with disability when hunting, repealing provision: * HB 2649, CH 168 (2018)
Shotguns, with tactical features, prohibiting purchase by person under 21: HB 3004, SB 6620
Storage, unsafe, crime of community endangerment and warnings by dealers: HB 1122, SB 5463
Storage, unsafe, crime of reckless endangerment and warnings by dealers: SHB 1122, 2SHB 1122
Students, K-2, suspension for firearm possession: HB 2767, SB 5155, SSB 5155
Suicide awareness, suicide-safer homes project, task force, and account, creating: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide prevention, voluntary waiver of firearm rights: SB 5553, * SSB 5553, CH 145 (2018)
FIREFIGHTERS  FIREFIGHTERS RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS)
Assault, third degree, against firefighters due to occupation: HB 1693
Civil commitment center, firefighter employed at, transfer from PERS plan 2 or 3 to LEOFF plan 2: * SHB 2786, CH 230 (2018)
Civil commitment center, firefighter employed at, transfer from PERS plan 2 to LEOFF plan 2: HB 2786
Hiring and continuing employment, lawful permanent residents, eligibility of: HB 1182, SB 5389, * SB 6145, CH 32 (2018)
Killed in line of duty, spouses of firefighters who were, property tax exemption for: SB 5104, SSB 5104, SB 6300
Malicious harassment, against firefighters due to occupation: HB 1693
Occupational disease presumptions, for workers' compensation: HB 1655, HB 2633, SHB 2633, SB 5477, ESB 6213
Occupational diseases, for workers' compensation, mental conditions/disabilities: SHB 1655
Posttraumatic stress disorder, occupational disease presumption: HB 1655, SB 6214, * SSB 6214, CH 264 (2018)
Prison, firefighter employed at, transfer from PERS plan 2 or 3 to LEOFF plan 2: * SHB 2786, CH 230 (2018)
Prison, firefighter employed at, transfer from PERS plan 2 to LEOFF plan 2: HB 2786
FISH  FISH RSS Feed
               (See also FISHING; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; RIVERS AND STREAMS; TAXES - ENHANCED FOOD FISH)
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, single-sex requirement for: HB 2956
Aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, analysis of: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility inspections: HB 2418, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, single-sex finfish requirement: HB 2956
Barriers to passage, removal, as fish habitat enhancement project, when: HB 1275, * SHB 1275, CH 241 (2017), SB 5393, ESSB 5393
Barriers to passage, removal, funding projects for: HB 2902, SHB 2902
Barriers to passage, removal, off-site mitigation projects in relation to: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Barriers to passage, removal, water infrastructure program intended role: SB 6588
Conservation areas, fish and wildlife habitat, using best available science for: SB 6328
Data, sensitive, concerning fish, confidentiality agreements: * HB 2307, CH 214 (2018)
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5718
Habitat enhancement projects, hydraulic permitting for: HB 1428, SHB 1428, SB 5466
Hatchery and genetic management plans, Puget Sound, NOAA fisheries review of: SJM 8009
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Salmon, Atlantic, 2017 escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility inspections: HB 2418, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, analysis of: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, single-sex requirement for: HB 2956
Salmon, Atlantic, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Salmon, Atlantic, taxation as enhanced food fish when possessed commercially: HB 2984
Salmon, barriers to passage, funding projects for removal of: HB 2902, SHB 2902
Salmon, increasing hatchery production for orca recovery: HB 2417
Salmon, spawning beds, activities that harm or disturb, prohibiting: SB 5422
Spawning beds, in rivers and streams, activities that harm or disturb, prohibiting: SB 5422
Steelhead, spawning beds, activities that harm or disturb, prohibiting: SB 5422
FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION  FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               (See also FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; HUNTING)
Aquaculture, regulation of, authority of commission: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV
Disability designation, for fish-shellfish-wildlife-related recreation, commission role: * HB 2649, CH 168 (2018)
Elk, hoof disease, strategies for controlling, commission role: HB 1848
Licenses, combination, reducing fee for, commission role: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing, commission role: HB 1229
Renaming as fish and wildlife advisory commission and transferring duties to DFW: SB 5718
Surcharges on license fees, authority to establish, when: HB 1647
Tribal hunting, tribal consultation with commission, when: HB 1097, ESHB 1097
Wolves, gray, partial removal from endangered, threatened, or sensitive lists, when: HB 1872
FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT  FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also DISCOVER PASS; FISH AND WILDLIFE COMMISSION; FISHING; HAZARDOUS WASTE; HUNTING; SHELLFISH; WILDLIFE)
Abalone, pinto abalone recovery initiative, establishing, department role: SB 6265
Aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, DFW role: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, DFW role: HB 2418, HB 2956, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Damage due to wildlife, claim process, DFW review of: HB 1726, SB 5078
Damage due to wildlife, compensation, DFW public access requirement, prohibiting: HB 1192
Damage due to wildlife, compensation, for crops damage by elk or deer: HB 1399, SHB 1399
Damage due to wildlife, wolf conflicts, addressing with translocation, DFW role: HB 2771, ESHB 2771
Data, sensitive, concerning fish and wildlife, confidentiality agreements: * HB 2307, CH 214 (2018)
Department, splitting into department of fisheries and department of wildlife: HB 2859
Disability designation, for fish-shellfish-wildlife-related recreation, DFW role: * HB 2649, CH 168 (2018)
Dogs, feral wolf-dog hybrids, DFW officer lethal removal of, when: HB 2247, SB 6383
Duties, transfer of fish and wildlife commission duties to DFW: SB 5718
Elk, Colockum herd, active management pilot project, DFW role: HB 1353, * SHB 1353, CH 244 (2017)
Elk, hoof disease, strategies for controlling, DFW role: HB 1848, SB 5474, SSB 5474, * 2SSB 5474, CH 159 (2017)
Elk-vehicle collision, DFW reimbursement of emergency response agency: HB 1726, SB 5078
Enforcement issues, fish and shellfish, joint legislative task force on, establishing: SSB 5761
Enforcement, property seized by DFW, using proceeds for school funding: HB 2136
Enforcement, property seizure by DFW and forfeiture, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Family fishing days, state parks free access days to coincide with: HB 2652, SHB 2652, SB 6128
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, renaming fish and wildlife commission as: SB 5718
Fish and wildlife federal lands revolving account, creating: * ESB 6211, CH 258 (2018)
Fish dealing-buying-selling, wholesale, streamlining requirements: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Fish passage barrier removal board, role in funding removal projects: HB 2902, SHB 2902
Fish passage barrier removal, DFW budget development in connection with: HB 2902
Fish passage barrier removal, DFW funding of: SHB 2902
Fish passage barriers, removal, as fish habitat enhancement project, DFW role: HB 1275, * SHB 1275, CH 241 (2017), SB 5393, ESSB 5393
Fish passage barriers, removal, off-site mitigation projects in relation to: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Fisheries, department of, separating from department of wildlife: HB 2859
Halibut fishery, recreational, catch record cards, DFW role: * ESSB 6127, CH 190 (2018)
Halibut fishery, recreational, season dates and catch record cards, DFW role: SB 6127
Hunter education training program, firearm safety and education within, funding: HB 1900, SB 5536
Hunter education training program, firearm skills in, law enforcement exemption: HB 1944, * SHB 1944, CH 255 (2017)
Hydraulic permits and projects, definition of "hydraulic project": SB 5228
Hydraulic permits and projects, fee structure, modifying: SHB 1428
Hydraulic permits and projects, legislative task force on approval jurisdiction: SSB 5228
Hydraulic permits and projects, off-site mitigation for projects, DFW role: HB 1760, SHB 1760
Hydraulic permits and projects, requirements, DFW role: HB 1428, SHB 1428, HB 1760, SHB 1760, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, stop work orders, DFW role: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Hydraulic permits and projects, violations and penalties, DFW role: HB 1428, HB 2337, SB 5466
Information, commercial shellfish harvest, disclosure exemption, when: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Information, tribal fish and shellfish harvest, disclosure exemption, when: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Invasive species, aquatic, management measures to include permits and fees: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Land acquisition, same-county DFW land sale requirement: HB 1008
Lands, acquired, DFW authority to manage, using certain management techniques: EHB 2175, SHB 2175
Lands, DFW, recreational access to, pass and permit requirements, eliminating: HB 2803
Legislative task force, joint, on hydraulic project approval program jurisdiction: SSB 5228
Licenses, combination, reducing fee for: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, commercial fishing, various, increasing fees for: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Licenses, commercial fishing, various, increasing fees for nonresidents: HB 2626, SB 6317, * SSB 6317, CH 235 (2018)
Licenses, crewmember license for persons working on commercial fishery vessel: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Licenses, fishing/hunting, donation program for veterans with disabilities: HB 2342, * SHB 2342, CH 90 (2018), SB 6181, SSB 6181
Licenses, hunting or combination fishing, free for veterans with 100% disability: HB 1180
Licenses, personal use fishing, definition of "youth" for purposes of: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, personal use fishing, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, razor clam personal use, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, recreational fishing and hunting fees, adjusting various: HB 1647
Licenses, shellfish and seaweed personal use, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, steelhead recreational, adding endorsement requirement: SB 6395
Licenses, surcharges on fees, when: HB 1647
Licenses, temporary combination, removing certain use limitations: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Mining and prospecting, nonmotorized small scale, exemptions, DFW role: HB 1077
Orcas, southern resident, human-generated marine noise, DFW to address: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, southern resident, whale viewing activity, patrols by DFW during: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Placing wildlife in new location, DFW notice and hearing: HB 2276, * SHB 2276, CH 212 (2018), SB 6315
Private lands, public access agreements with DFW, payments to landowners under: HB 1464, * SHB 1464, CH 245 (2017), SB 5384
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing, DFW role: HB 1229
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, DFW role: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, DFW role: HB 2418, HB 2956, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, escapement, impact on native salmon, DFW role in studying: SSB 6086
Sediment management demonstration project in Pierce county, department role: HB 1660, SB 5611
Spawning beds, in rivers, activities that harm or disturb, prohibition, DFW role: SB 5422
Wanapum Indians, freshwater food fish permits: HB 2555, * SSB 6317, CH 235 (2018), SB 6384
Wildlife, department of, separating department of fisheries from: HB 2859
Wolf-dog hybrids, feral, DFW officer lethal removal of, when: HB 2247, SB 6383
Wolves, addressing conflicts using translocation, DFW role: HB 2771, ESHB 2771
FISHING  FISHING RSS Feed
               (See also FISH; FISH AND WILDLIFE, DEPARTMENT; SHELLFISH)
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program, adding expiration: HB 1865
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program, extending expiration: SB 5947, * ESSB 5947, CH 3 (2017)
Columbia river recreational salmon and steelhead endorsement program, funds use restrictions: HB 1865, * ESSB 5947, CH 3 (2017)
Columbia river salmon and steelhead endorsement, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Commercial fish receivers, secondary, failure to account for commercial harvest: * SB 5306, CH 89 (2017)
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2017 blessing of the fleet: SR 8652
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, 2018 blessing of the fleet: * SR 8686 (2018)
Commercial fishing fleet, Washington state, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4633 (2017), SR 8652, * SR 8686 (2018)
Commercial shellfish harvest information, disclosure exemption, when: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Disability designation for fish- and shellfish-related recreation, including rule making: * HB 2649, CH 168 (2018)
Enforcement issues, fish and shellfish, joint legislative task force on, establishing: SSB 5761
Enforcement, property seizure and forfeiture, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Family fishing days, state parks free access days to coincide with: HB 2652, SHB 2652, SB 6128
Fish and wildlife advisory commission, advisory role of: SB 5718
Fisheries, department of, separating from department of wildlife: HB 2859
Fleets, recapitalization program, B&O tax preference: HB 1154, SHB 1154
Guides, food and game fish, registration with effective licensing port: HB 1361
Guides, recreational, tag requirements in steelhead fishery pilot project areas: SB 5302
Halibut fishery, recreational, catch record cards: * ESSB 6127, CH 190 (2018)
Halibut fishery, recreational, season dates and catch record cards: SB 6127
Licenses, combination fishing, free for veterans with 100% disability: HB 1180
Licenses, combination, reducing fee for: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, commercial fishing, various, increasing fees for: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Licenses, commercial fishing, various, increasing fees for nonresidents: HB 2626, SB 6317, * SSB 6317, CH 235 (2018)
Licenses, crewmember license for persons working on commercial fishery vessel: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
Licenses, fishing/hunting, donation program for veterans with disabilities: HB 2342, * SHB 2342, CH 90 (2018), SB 6181, SSB 6181
Licenses, personal use, definition of "youth" for purposes of: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, personal use, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, razor clam personal use, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, recreational fishing fees, adjusting various: HB 1647
Licenses, shellfish and seaweed personal use, raising age when required: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Licenses, steelhead recreational, adding endorsement requirement: SB 6395
Licenses, surcharges on fees, when: HB 1647
Licenses, temporary combination, removing certain use limitations: HB 2505, SHB 2505, SB 6198, SSB 6198
Recreational fishing opportunity, prioritizing to expand sports fishing tourism: HB 1229
Right to fish and hunt, preserving, constitutional amendment for: SJR 8206
Steelhead, destination recreational steelhead fishery pilot projects, establishing: SB 5302
Tribal fish and shellfish harvest information, disclosure exemption, when: * ESB 5761, CH 71 (2017)
Wanapum Indians, freshwater food fish permits: HB 2555, * SSB 6317, CH 235 (2018), SB 6384
Wholesale fish dealing, buying, and selling, streamlining requirements: HB 1597, * ESHB 1597, CH 8 (2017)
FLAGS  FLAGS RSS Feed
               (See also HOLIDAYS AND OBSERVANCES)
Higher education institutions, flags that can be flown on campus, limiting: HB 1220
FLOOD CONTROL  FLOOD CONTROL RSS Feed
               
Chehalis basin flooding, damage reduction and habitat restoration: HB 1050
Chehalis basin, Chehalis board voting members, appointment procedures: * HB 1150 (2017) V, * ESB 5097, CH 27 (2017)
Flood control districts, land classification and relative percentages, reexamining: * SB 5543, CH 67 (2017)
Pierce county, river sediment management demonstration project, permitting for: HB 1660, SB 5611
Reducing flood risk and damage, water infrastructure program intended role: SB 6588
FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS  FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES; FARMS AND FARMING; HORSES; SOLID WASTE)
Allergen information, posting at public schools: HB 1878
Beef commission, assessment by, modifying provisions: SB 5793
Beef, promoting industry, cattle well-being, and beef commission transparency: * EHB 2073, CH 256 (2017)
Beverages, carbonated, imposing tax on: SB 6609
Beverages, diet prepackaged, distributor first sale of, imposing tax: HB 1975
Beverages, sugar-sweetened prepackaged, distributor first sale of, imposing tax: HB 1975
Beverages, sweetened, purchase with state food assistance, prohibiting: SB 5897
Bio- or genetically (or non-) engineered foods, voluntary labeling tax credit: HB 1245
Businesses, food products, omnibus permit process pilot program, establishing: HB 2133, SHB 2133
Candy, sales and use tax exemptions, repealing: SB 6609
Dairy day at the legislature, honoring the Washington dairy industry: * SR 8693 (2018)
Dairy day at the legislature, recognizing: * SR 8606 (2017)
Flavor-imparting cooking products, sales/use tax exemption, when, extending: HB 2089, SB 5799, SSB 5799
Food and food ingredients, seeds and plants for growing, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 2499
Food and food ingredients, use tax exemption for, removing candy from: SB 6609
Food policy forum, Washington, establishing: HB 1562, SHB 1562, E2SHB 1562, 3SHB 1562
Food products manufacturing wastes, beneficial uses of, analyzing: HB 2133, SHB 2133
Food products producers, greenhouse gas limits regulatory relief for: HB 2769
Food safety and security act, adulteration, misbranding, and false advertisement protections: SB 6318, * SSB 6318, CH 236 (2018)
Food safety and security, intrastate, new chapter concerning, creating: SB 6318, * SSB 6318, CH 236 (2018)
Food system, state, studying: HB 1552
Food, drug, and cosmetic act, uniform Washington, moving various provisions of: SB 6318, * SSB 6318, CH 236 (2018)
Healthy food and beverage sales, school revenue loss due to, reimbursement for: SB 5417
Home-prepared foods, donation to charitable organizations for distribution: HB 1076, SHB 1076, 2SHB 1076
Hunger, childhood, importance of nutritious locally grown food in combatting: * HR 4605 (2017)
Hunger, food insecurity and USDA nutrition assistance programs, data on: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Insecurity, research on food insecurity, conducting: HB 2014, SHB 2014, SB 5485, SSB 5485
Intrastate commerce, food in, prohibitions: SB 6318, * SSB 6318, CH 236 (2018)
Labeling and branding requirements, in food safety and security act: SB 6318, * SSB 6318, CH 236 (2018)
Marijuana-infused edible food products, packaging and labeling of: HB 1124
Marijuana-infused edible food products, sanitary processing, regulation of: HB 1462, * SHB 1462, CH 138 (2017), SB 5324, SSB 5324
Meals on wheels program, grant program to expand, developing: * SB 5736, CH 287 (2017)
Mobile food units, exempting from commissary/servicing area regulations: HB 2639, * SHB 2639, CH 167 (2018)
Mushrooms, pine mushroom, designating as official state fungus: HB 1812, HB 2365, SHB 2365, SB 5723
Packaging, containing PFAS chemicals, prohibiting: HB 1744
Packaging, containing PFAS chemicals, prohibitions and safer alternatives: HB 2658, * ESHB 2658, CH 138 (2018), SB 6396, SSB 6396
Pie, apple, designating as official state pie: SB 6451
Processing facilities, colocated next to warehouses, sales tax exemption: SB 6433
Processing facilities, greenhouse gas emission limits exemption for: HB 2768
School meal programs, breakfast after start of day, as instructional hours, when: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), SSB 5696
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell lighthouse pilot project: HB 1508
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell program models and procedures: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), ESB 6003
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, as instructional hours, when: ESB 6003
School meal programs, breakfast after the bell, in high-needs schools: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), SB 5696, ESB 6003
School meal programs, hunger-free students' bill of rights act: HB 2610, * ESHB 2610, CH 271 (2018)
School meal programs, local meal charge policies, requirements: * ESHB 2610, CH 271 (2018)
School meal programs, reduced-price lunches, eliminating copays: HB 1508, HB 2712, SHB 2712
School meal programs, USDA community eligibility provision, increasing participation: SHB 2712
School meal programs, Washington kids ready to learn act of 2018: ESB 6003
School meals, farm-to-school and small and direct marketing farm programs: HB 1508
School meals, farm-to-school and small farm direct marketing programs: * 2ESHB 1508, CH 8 (2018), ESB 6003
Seafood industry, fishing fleet recapitalization program, B&O tax preference: HB 1154, SHB 1154
Sewage sludge/biosolids, food grown in, labeling requirements: HB 1653
Sweetened desserts/candy, purchase with state food assistance, prohibiting: SB 5897
Vegetable oil, food grade, exempting from oil transport contingency planning: HB 1135, SB 5137
Warehouses, food storage, storing alcoholic beverages, licensure exemption: * HB 2699, CH 96 (2018), SB 6380
Wasted food and food waste, plan and strategies for reducing: HB 2411
Wasted food and food waste, plan and strategies for reducing and diverting: SHB 2411
FORENSIC INVESTIGATIONS COUNCIL  FORENSIC INVESTIGATIONS COUNCIL RSS Feed
               
Death investigations account, using funds from: * HB 1794, CH 146 (2017), SB 5612
FOREST LAND  FOREST LAND RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS; PUBLIC LANDS; TAXES - PROPERTY TAX)
Biochar, from wildfire fuel loads, affirming research efforts to produce: HJM 4014
Blanchard state forest, renaming as Harriet A. Spanel-Blanchard state forest: HJM 4010
Burning permits, small forest landowners, streamlining issuance, DNR to analyze: * EHB 1924, CH 253 (2017)
Burning, prescribed burn manager certification program, creating: * HB 2733, CH 172 (2018), SHB 2733
Burning, prescribed fire program, creating: SHB 2733
Clean water and healthy forests panel, on pollution fee, creating: SB 6629
Federal forest lands, counties with, eliminating school allocation reduction in: HB 1393, SB 5664, SB 6537
Forest health activities, funding from forest resilience and fire suppression account: SB 5930
Forest riparian easement program, as part of state's carbon reduction strategy: HB 1531, SB 5394, SSB 5394
Forest riparian easement program, as part of state's carbon sequestration strategy: * ESHB 1531, CH 140 (2017)
Land, removed from designated forestland program, natural disaster exemption: EHB 1309, SB 5188, SSB 5188, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Lands, designated forestlands, removing, when: HB 2524
Public forest land, timber availability for harvesting, estimate, deadline for: SB 5358, * SSB 5358, CH 323 (2017)
Public forest lands, forest health assessment and treatment: SB 5546, SSB 5546, * 2SSB 5546, CH 95 (2017)
Public forest lands, forest health treatments prioritization policy: HB 1711, SHB 1711, * E2SHB 1711, CH 248 (2017)
Real estate seller disclosure statement, working forests information in: HB 2710, SHB 2710
Restoration, state-federal good neighbor agreement demonstration project: HB 1799
State forest lands, certain former, distribution of revenues for: HB 2988
State forest lands, fiduciary duties and revenue, DNR evaluation: ESB 6140
Sustainable forest health account, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Working forest conservation grant program, establishing: 2SSB 6203
FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS  FOREST PRACTICES AND PRODUCTS RSS Feed
               (See also FIRE PROTECTION; FISH; FOREST LAND; HARDWOODS COMMISSION; RIVERS AND STREAMS)
Biomass, forest-derived, harvester B&O tax credit, when: HB 2441
Burning, prescribed burn manager certification program, creating: * HB 2733, CH 172 (2018), SHB 2733
Burning, prescribed fire program, creating: SHB 2733
Composite and laminated timber products, in building construction: * ESB 5450, CH 29 (2018)
Composting, protecting from nuisance lawsuits, when: HB 1590, SHB 1590, SB 5431, ESSB 5431
Cross-laminated timber, for new public buildings, requiring, when: SB 5379
Easements, forest riparian easement program, as part of carbon reduction strategy: HB 1531, SB 5394, SSB 5394
Easements, forest riparian easement program, carbon sequestration strategy: * ESHB 1531, CH 140 (2017)
Fish passage barriers, removal projects, forest practices rules compliance, when: HB 1275, * SHB 1275, CH 241 (2017), SB 5393, ESSB 5393
Forest health activities, funding from forest resilience and fire suppression account: SB 5930
Forest products businesses, omnibus permit process pilot program, establishing: HB 2133, SHB 2133
Forest products manufacturing wastes, beneficial uses of, analyzing: HB 2133, SHB 2133
Hardwoods processors, assessment for hardwoods commission, revising: HB 2553, * SB 6073, CH 71 (2018)
Laminated and composite timber products, in building construction: * ESB 5450, CH 29 (2018)
Logs, dumped on county bridge or in ditch, removal of, when: HB 1332, SHB 1332, E2SHB 1332
Marbled murrelet habitat protection, economic impact: HB 2285, * ESHB 2285, CH 255 (2018), SB 6020
Marbled murrelet, habitat conservation program damage response task force: HB 2300
Mass timber products, in building construction: * ESB 5450, CH 29 (2018)
Practices activities, proposed, preapplication review process: SB 6235
Rangeland fire protection associations, formation and services: HB 2562, SHB 2562
Real estate seller disclosure statement, working forests and forest practices in: HB 2710, SHB 2710
Sustainable forest health account, creating: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Timber on state lands, contract harvesting program, repealing expiration dates: HB 1407, * SB 5270, CH 64 (2017)
Timber on state lands, perishable fire-damaged, sale by DNR: HB 1710
Timber purchases, reporting requirements for property tax purposes: * HB 1148, CH 55 (2017)
FOREST PRACTICES BOARD  FOREST PRACTICES BOARD RSS Feed
               
Forest practices activities, proposed, preapplication review process, board role: SB 6235
FOSTER CARE  FOSTER CARE RSS Feed
               
Child welfare services, network administrators, expanding coverage area of: * SB 6407, CH 284 (2018)
Child welfare services, private case management, allowing: HB 2795, SHB 2795
Child welfare services, supervising agency requirement, eliminating: HB 2795, SHB 2795, * SB 6407, CH 284 (2018)
Child welfare system improvement account, creating: SB 5890, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Child-placing agencies, streamlining foster care parent application process for: SB 5105
Extended foster care services, expanded eligibility for: HB 2330, SHB 2330, SB 6222, * SSB 6222, CH 34 (2018)
Extended foster care services, modifying provisions: HB 1867, * SHB 1867, CH 265 (2017)
Federal and tribal systems, passport to college promise program eligibility: HB 2832
Foster and homeless children and youth, educational equity work group: ESSB 6223
Foster care cases, lack of permanency, case review panel when, establishing: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster care services, forecasting and budgeting, when: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV
Foster care, licensed, forecasts of, reviewing: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster children and homes, most recent caseload forecasts, DCYF to review: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV
Foster children and youth, educational equity for, work group on: HB 2877, SB 6223
Foster children, assessing need for behavioral rehabilitation services: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV
Foster children, behavioral rehabilitation services rates: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV, HB 2800, SB 6013, SSB 6013
Foster children, care needs of, developing single validated tool to assess: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV
Foster parents, expedited licensing and provisional expedited license, provisions: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster parents, governor acknowledgement of contributions of: SB 5890
Foster parents, preservice training online availability: HB 2256, * SHB 2256, CH 20 (2018)
Foster parents, rights and responsibilities list, providing to: * HB 2785, CH 51 (2018)
Foster parents, shared leave pool and respite care case aides for: SB 5890
Foster parents, shared leave pool and short-term support case aides for: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster parents, system of support services for, identifying: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Foster youth, behavioral rehabilitation services forecasting: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV, HB 2800, SB 6013, SSB 6013
Foster youth, current/former, passport to apprenticeship opportunities program, creating: HB 2867, SB 6274, SSB 6274, * 2SSB 6274, CH 232 (2018)
Foster youth, current/former, passport to careers program, creating: SSB 6274, * 2SSB 6274, CH 232 (2018)
Foster youth, educational opportunities and support, funding for: HB 2985
Foster youth, homeschooling of, permitting: HB 2053, HB 2054
Foster youth, integrated managed/behavioral health care plan: HB 2530, * SHB 2530, CH 27 (2018), SB 6436
Foster youth, placement in hotel room or department office, prohibiting: HB 1883
Foster youth/children, school choice for, foster student scholarship program for: HB 3010
Foster-family home, license for, homeschooling as basis for denying, prohibiting: HB 2054
Out-of-home care placements, improving stability of: HB 2761
School choice, public or private, foster student scholarship program for: HB 3010
Students in foster care, best-interest determinations and school district liaisons: HB 2684, * ESHB 2684, CH 139 (2018)
Students in foster care, educational opportunities and support, funding for: HB 2985
Students in foster care, partial credit for courses not completed, when: HB 1628, SB 5241, * SSB 5241, CH 40 (2017)
Youth in foster care, driver's license and financial responsibility coverage, support: HB 1808, * ESHB 1808, CH 206 (2017), SB 5663
FUELS  FUELS RSS Feed
               (See also OIL AND GAS; TAXES - FUEL; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL)
Aircraft fuel, sales and use tax revenues, deposits into aeronautics account: HB 2754
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicle B&O tax credits, when unused: SB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicles using, tax credits, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017), SB 6080, SSB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2549, HB 2653, SB 6080, SSB 6080, 2SSB 6080, SB 6098
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales tax exemption: HB 2340
Alternative fuel, off-road equipment conversions and construction, work group: SB 6080
Alternative fuels, public agency use of, requirements for: SB 5931, SB 6080, SSB 6080
Biofuels, sustainable aviation biofuels work group, reestablishing: SB 6563
Biogas, landfill, anaerobic digester processing for, tax preference provisions: HB 2580, * ESHB 2580, CH 164 (2018), SB 6449, SSB 6449
Carbon intensity, standards, certain fee deposit contingencies in relation to: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Clean fuels program, establishment and requirements: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Diesel fuel, biomass-based diesel fuel content of, when: ESHB 2757
Extracted, use tax exemption for, narrowing to biomass fuel: HB 1549, * EHB 2163, CH 28 (2017), HB 2186, SHB 2186, SB 5112, SB 5929
Extracted, use tax exemption for, narrowing to biomass fuel, revising effective date: HB 2424, * SHB 2424, CH 92 (2018), SB 5980
Fossil fuels and electricity, carbon pollution tax on, imposing: SB 6096
Fossil fuels, carbon pollution mitigation tax on, imposing, and revenues disposition: HB 1646, HB 2230, SB 5509
Fossil fuels, carbon pollution tax on, imposing: HB 1555, SB 5127, SB 5385, SB 5930, SB 6203, SSB 6203, 2SSB 6203, SB 6335
Fossil fuels, pollution fee, for community capacity program: SB 6629
Fossil fuels, pollution fee, for large emitters, three panels in connection with, creating: SB 6629
Fossil fuels, pollution fee, imposing on large emitters: SB 6629
Fossil fuels, pollution fee, public oversight board, establishing: SB 6629
Fossil fuels, pollution mitigation charge, imposing: HB 2997
Fuel mix disclosure by electric utilities, repealing, when: SB 5930
Gas distribution businesses, carbon pollution tax credit: SB 6096
Gas, natural or manufactured, sales to silicon smelters, tax preferences for: HB 1403, SHB 1403, SB 5515, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Gas, natural, sustainable development and standards for renewable methane-rich: HB 2580, * ESHB 2580, CH 164 (2018), SB 6449, SSB 6449
Motor fuel quality act, fuel content standards and references, modernizing: HB 2757, ESHB 2757, SB 6276
Motor fuel quality act, repealing certain sections of: HB 2757, ESHB 2757, SB 6276
Natural gas, liquefied, ferry system use: HB 2400, SB 6061
Taxes, motor vehicle fuel tax, posting retail rates on motor fuel pumps: HB 2180
Taxes, motor vehicle fuel tax, provisions imposing, repealing, when: SB 5564
Transportation fuels, carbon-intensity limits: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Wood biomass, liquid fuel from, preferential B&O rate, terminating: HB 2734
FUNERAL AND CEMETERY BOARD  FUNERAL AND CEMETERY BOARD RSS Feed
               
Cemeteries, abandoned, definition and authority for burials in, board role: * HB 1907, CH 208 (2017)
Cemeteries, family, on private property, family cemetery permit for, board role: HB 2919