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MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES  MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES RSS Feed
               (See also INSURANCE; LANDLORD AND TENANT; REAL ESTATE AND REAL PROPERTY; TAXES - PROPERTY)
Communities and/or parks, closure notice requirements: SB 5079, SSB 5079
Communities and/or parks, tenant relocation assistance: HB 1083
Communities and/or parks, tenant relocation assistance and related landlord assistance: SHB 1083, * E2SHB 1083, CH 28 (2021)
Communities, 55-plus, purchase/lease of, landlord notice of opportunity and tenant notice of intent: SB 5319
Communities, landlord duties and obligations: HB 1100, SHB 1100, 2SHB 1100
Communities, landlords, when tenant qualifies for property tax exemption program, landlord exemption: HB 1248
Communities, owner closure notice and right of first refusal to tenant organization, property tax exemption, when: SB 5319
Communities, preserving in event of voluntary sale, requirements: HB 1100, SHB 1100, 2SHB 1100
Communities, purchase/lease of, landlord notice of opportunity and tenant notice of intent: HB 1100, SHB 1100, 2SHB 1100
Communities, rent payment, personal check/cashier's check/money order, landlord acceptance of, requiring: * SSB 5749, CH 95 (2022)
Communities, rent payment, submitting payments by mail, requirements for landlords: * SSB 5749, CH 95 (2022)
Communities, rent payment, through electronic means only, rental agreement provision requiring, prohibiting: * SSB 5749, CH 95 (2022)
Communities, resident nonprofit cooperative purchase of: HB 1100, SHB 1100, 2SHB 1100
Communities, tenants, property tax exemption program for seniors/veterans/retired-disabled additional exemption: HB 1247
Property tax exemptions, for manufactured or mobile homes, when: HB 1409
Real property, manufactured homes as, clarifying when and providing a process for establishing: HB 2072
Rent increases, more than 4 percent above mobile home base rent, notice requirement/tenant right to terminate tenancy: SHB 1904
Residential insurance policies, declarations page, listing of sublimits on: SB 5527, SSB 5527
Title, for manufactured home, eliminating when home affixed to homeowner's land, process for: HB 2072
MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY  MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also ENERGY; UTILITIES)
Aerial imaging technology, state/local/tribal government uses of, studying: HB 1629, * ESHB 1629, CH 261 (2022), SB 5538
Automated decision systems, development/procurement/use by public agencies: SB 5116, SSB 5116
Batteries for electric vehicles, lithium and critical/other materials used for, global availability and recycling of, examining: SSB 5526
Batteries, large format, possible battery stewardship program participation by producers of: HB 1896, SHB 1896
Batteries, portable and medium-format, battery stewardship organizations and plans, producer participation in: HB 1896, SHB 1896
Batteries, using lithium/rare earth minerals, global availability of, examining: SB 5526
BEST manufacturing act, Washington, building economic strength through manufacturing: HB 1170, * SHB 1170, CH 64 (2021)
Biochar, manufacture of, sourcing forest products for, feasibility of, evaluating: * SSB 5961, CH 293 (2022)
Blockchain technologies, identity data, verifiable credentials for protecting, use of/trust framework for: SB 5534
Blockchain technology/applications, Washington blockchain work group, establishing: HB 1729, SHB 1729, SB 5544, * ESSB 5544, CH 226 (2022)
Broadband, low earth orbit satellites and wireline/wireless connections, tax preferences to support/facilitate: HB 1702
Building materials, manufacturers of, environmental product declarations: HB 1103, SHB 1103, SB 5366
Career and technical education and student organizations, in agriculture, food, and natural resource sciences: HB 1544
Clean energy product manufacturing facilities, as clean energy projects, definitions/proposals/reviews/appeals: HB 2002
Clean energy product manufacturing facilities, definition and siting of: HB 1812, SHB 1812, * E2SHB 1812, CH 183 (2022) PV
Clean technology innovation, R and D B&O tax credit and account for retaining researcher/instructor: HB 1820, HB 1864, SHB 1864
Cosmetic products, tested using animals, selling of, prohibiting: HB 1615, SHB 1615
Cosmetic products, toxic chemicals in, prohibitions: SSB 5703, 2SSB 5703
Cosmetic products, toxic chemicals in, prohibitions, and manufacturer information disclosure requirements: HB 1853, SB 5480, SB 5703
Dialysis device/dialysate manufacturers dispensing directly to patients, certain exemptions: HB 1675, * SHB 1675, CH 23 (2022), SB 5507
Digital electronic equipment, original manufacturers and repairability of, requirements: HB 1801
Digital electronic products, repairing of, right-to-repair requirements for manufacturers: HB 1212, HB 1810, SHB 1810, 2SHB 1810, SB 5795
Facial recognition technology, agency obtaining or use of, prohibiting: SB 5104
Fashion manufacturers, environmental and social due diligence policies disclosure by: SB 5904
Firearms, untraceable, and unfinished frames/receivers, manufacturing of, prohibitions/penalties: HB 1705, * ESHB 1705, CH 105 (2022)
Ghost guns and ghost gun kits, manufacturing of, prohibitions/penalties: HB 1705, * ESHB 1705, CH 105 (2022)
Industrial/manufacturing facilities, new construction of, in targeted urban areas, property tax exemption: * EHB 1386, CH 218 (2021)
Industrial/manufacturing facilities, new construction/targeted urban areas, property tax exemption, extending eligibility: SB 5792, * ESB 5849, CH 172 (2022)
Industries, emissions-intensive trade-exposed, as covered entities in Washington climate commitment act: SB 5126, SSB 5126, * E2SSB 5126, CH 316 (2021) PV
Investment projects, manufacturing/research and development, in certain counties, sales/use tax deferral program: * ESB 5901, CH 257 (2022) PV
Landscaping equipment, all-electric, zero-emission incentive and exchange pilot program, establishing: SB 5543
Lawn equipment, all-electric zero-emission, sales of discounted new, B&O tax credit for: SSB 5543
Manufacturers and processors for hire, lowering B&O tax rate to 0.00: SB 5422, SB 5440, SB 5769
Manufacturers and processors for hire, lowering B&O tax rates: HB 1858
Manufacturers and processors for hire, various, lowering B&O tax rates: SB 5957
Manufacturers, in energy-intensive trade-exposed industries, carbon pollution tax on sales/use of fossil fuels by: HB 1534
Manufacturing and warehousing job centers account, creating to mitigate local sales tax revenue losses: HB 1521, * ESHB 1521, CH 83 (2021), SB 5446
Manufacturing operations, zero emissions vehicles/renewable electricity/clean fuels, sales/use tax deferral: HB 1988, SHB 1988, * 2SHB 1988, CH 185 (2022), SB 5744, SSB 5744
Manufacturing/industrial lands, scarcity of, city/county excise tax on marijuana producers/processors due to: HB 1933
Personal protective equipment, Washington producers of, website of/report about/tax exemptions for: HB 1489
Plastic packaging material, nonbiodegradable, including bubble wrapping, producer production/usage of, suspending: HB 2116
Processors for hire and manufacturers, lowering B&O tax rates: HB 1858
Processors for hire and manufacturers, various, lowering B&O tax rates: SB 5957
Space economy, employment and training opportunities in, studying: HB 1190
STEM education, youth development programs promoting, voluntary grassroots advocacy organizations sponsoring: SB 5643, SSB 5643, 2SSB 5643
Wind turbine blades, stewardship and takeback program for manufacturers, developing: SB 5174, SSB 5174, SB 5492
Women in Cloud, activities of, recognizing: * SR 8602 (2021), * SR 8637 (2022)
MAPS AND MAPPING  MAPS AND MAPPING RSS Feed
               
Public land survey system, boundary and reference marks and monuments, program and requirements for: SB 5224
Surveys and corner information, records of, filing charge and other fees: SB 5224
MARINE WATERS, STATE  MARINE WATERS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also BOATS AND BOATING; COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING; OIL AND GAS; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Fish/wildlife enforcement program, marine resources/public safety protection, 25 percent of field officers for: HB 2110
Hard minerals, seabed mining of, and permits or leases for, prohibiting: * SB 5145, CH 181 (2021)
Kayaks/canoes/stand-up paddleboards, operating/occupying, personal flotation devices when, wearing: HB 1707
Kelp forest and eelgrass meadow health and conservation plan, establishing: HB 1661, SB 5619
Kelp forest and eelgrass meadow health and conservation plan, native, establishing: SSB 5619, * 2SSB 5619, CH 230 (2022)
Kelp forests and eelgrass meadows, native and nonnative, mapping: * 2SSB 5619, CH 230 (2022)
Marine resources advisory council, eliminating expiration of: SB 5590
Marine resources advisory council, extending expiration of: * SSB 5590, CH 91 (2022)
Marine structure, in waters of Puget Sound, replacement or repair of, most recent code standards: E2SSB 5885
Native and nonnative kelp forests and eelgrass meadows, mapping: * 2SSB 5619, CH 230 (2022)
Native kelp forest and eelgrass meadow health and conservation plan, establishing: SHB 1661, SSB 5619, * 2SSB 5619, CH 230 (2022)
Orcas, commercial whale watching licenses, separate licenses for businesses, operators, and kayak guides: * ESB 5330, CH 284 (2021)
Orcas, southern resident, commercial whale watching vessels in area west of San Juan Island, prohibition: SSB 5330
Ports, comprehensive planning port elements, Indian tribe collaboration: * SHB 1717, CH 252 (2022)
Ports, container, comprehensive planning container port elements, Indian tribe collaboration: ESHB 1241, HB 1717
Ports, container, comprehensive planning port container elements, Indian tribe collaboration: HB 1458
Ports, marine terminal operators, truck driver restroom access to be supplied by, when: HB 1706, * SHB 1706, CH 204 (2022)
Ports, public, activities undertaken by, exemption from permitting, when: HB 1436
Puget Sound salmon commercial fisheries advisory board, establishing for fisheries dispute resolution: SB 5421
Puget Sound salmon commercial/recreational fisheries advisory board, establishing for fisheries dispute resolution: SSB 5421
Puget Sound shoreline, 360 degree on-the-water view of, baseline survey for, conducting: SB 5885, SSB 5885, E2SSB 5885
Puget Sound water quality, office of, establishing: HB 1822
Puget Sound, marine structure in waters of, replacement structure for, requirements: SB 5885, SSB 5885
Puget Sound, pinnipeds in, lethal removal to protect salmon, requesting that congress amend MMPA to allow: SJM 8003
Puget Sound, public wastewater treatment plant discharges into, revising nutrient general permit to reduce: SB 5786
Puget Sound, recovery and water quality of, creating outdoor recreation and climate adaptation account to aid: HB 1823
Puget Sound/outer coast, pinniped predation in, effect on chinook salmon, appropriate management actions: SB 5404
Puget Sound/outer coast, pinniped predation in, extent/effect on chinook salmon of, reviewing and evaluating: SB 5404
Salish Sea, municipal wastewater treatment plant discharges into, grants for reducing: HB 1822
Salish Sea, public wastewater treatment plant discharges into, revising Puget Sound nutrient general permit to reduce: SB 5786
Salish Sea/outer coast, pinniped predation in, effect on salmon/steelhead, appropriate management actions: SSB 5404
Salish Sea/outer coast, pinniped predation in, extent/effect on salmon/steelhead of, reviewing and evaluating: SSB 5404
Shoreline stabilization/armoring, replacing, options and requirements for: SB 5273, * SSB 5273, CH 279 (2021)
Shoreline stabilization/armoring, replacing, to include residential and nonresidential: HB 1838, SB 5665, SB 5727
State's lands/waters, conserving 30% by 2030, creating 30 by 30 commission and 30 by 30 plan for: SB 5962
Whales, commercial whale watching license for operators. waiving fees for, when: SSB 5330
Whales, commercial whale watching licenses, separate licenses for businesses, operators, and kayak guides: * ESB 5330, CH 284 (2021)
MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS  MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also CHILDREN; DOMESTIC RELATIONS; JUVENILES AND JUVENILE COURT)
Debt, personal property exemptions from execution/attachment/garnishment, entitlement of both spouses to: SB 5947, SSB 5947
Dissolution/legal separation proceedings, interpreting for deaf and hard of hearing persons: SB 5255
Dissolution/legal separation proceedings, interpreting for limited English proficiency parties in relevant language: SB 5255
Dissolution/legal separation, parenting plans due to, residential time restrictions modifications due to sobriety: SB 5920, SSB 5920
Indecent liberties, proof of nonmarriage as element in, eliminating: * SB 5177, CH 142 (2021)
Marital status, higher education institution policies and practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Military members or veterans, spouses of, businesses hiring, tax credits for: HB 1677
Military spouses, credentialing/employment of, assistance/removal of barriers: HB 1592
Military spouses/domestic partners, "resident student" for college tuition/fees, criteria for military-affiliated students: SB 5874, * ESSB 5874, CH 249 (2022)
Military spouses/domestic partners, long-term services/supports trust program exemption, when: HB 1733, * ESHB 1733, CH 2 (2022)
Rape of a child, proof of nonmarriage as element in, eliminating: * SB 5177, CH 142 (2021)
Rape, second degree, proof of nonmarriage as element in, eliminating: * SB 5177, CH 142 (2021)
Sex offenses involving minor, proof of nonmarriage as element in, eliminating: * SB 5177, CH 142 (2021)
MEN  MEN RSS Feed
               (See also DOMESTIC RELATIONS; GENDER IDENTITY; MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS; SEXUAL ORIENTATION; WOMEN)
Gender-based disparities and disproportionate negative outcomes for men/male youth/boys, efforts to reduce: HB 1917
Sex/gender, higher education institution policies and practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Washington state men's commission, establishing: HB 1917
MENTAL HEALTH  MENTAL HEALTH RSS Feed
               (See also COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; COVID-19 AND CORONAVIRUS; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS; PSYCHOLOGISTS; SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER)
Advance directives, mental health, for behavioral health disorder treatment: SB 5370, * ESSB 5370, CH 287 (2021)
Advance directives, mental health, persons involuntarily committed: SB 5073, * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021)
Agricultural workers, with mental health stresses/suicidal thoughts, agricultural community mental health hotlines for: HB 1434
Behavioral health administrative services organizations, community-based programs, establishing: HB 1578
Behavioral health administrative services organizations, partial hospitalization/intensive outpatient programs for minors: SB 5736, SSB 5736, * 2SSB 5736, CH 94 (2022)
Behavioral health administrative services organizations, providing treatment services, B&O tax deduction for: * HB 1296, CH 124 (2021)
Behavioral health care, children in DCYF custody through child welfare services: HB 1205
Behavioral health co-response services/programs, best practices/training/workforce development for co-responders: * SSB 5644, CH 232 (2022)
Behavioral health co-response services/programs, training/certification/workforce development for co-responders: SB 5644
Behavioral health consumer advocacy, state office of, establishing: HB 1086, SHB 1086, * E2SHB 1086, CH 202 (2021)
Behavioral health consumer advocacy, state office of, increasing minors' access to services: HB 1800, * SHB 1800, CH 134 (2022)
Behavioral health consumer advocacy, state office of, statewide advisory council, adding member to: HB 1800, * SHB 1800, CH 134 (2022)
Behavioral health consumer advocates, certified, role and certification of: HB 1086, SHB 1086, * E2SHB 1086, CH 202 (2021)
Behavioral health disorders, law enforcement arresting of persons with, alternatives to: HB 1499, SHB 1499, HB 1578, * ESB 5476, CH 311 (2021) PV
Behavioral health disorders, terminology in certain sex offense statutes, correcting: HB 1857
Behavioral health disparities map, developing and maintaining: HB 2035
Behavioral health emergency services, nonparticipating providers/out-of-network services/dispute resolution: HB 1688, SHB 1688, * E2SHB 1688, CH 263 (2022), SB 5618
Behavioral health loan repayment program, certain civil asset forfeiture amounts to be deposited for use by: SB 5728, * SSB 5728, CH 162 (2022)
Behavioral health loan repayment program, increasing loan repayment awards for certain professionals: HB 1504, SHB 1504
Behavioral health ombuds, regional programs, discontinuing and integrating into advocate program: HB 1086, SHB 1086, * E2SHB 1086, CH 202 (2021)
Behavioral health prevention and equity impact council, establishing: HB 2035
Behavioral health services, client criminal justice system involvement reduction: SB 5157, * SSB 5157, CH 267 (2021)
Behavioral health services, performance measures, improvement projects, and value-based purchasing: SB 5157, * SSB 5157, CH 267 (2021)
Behavioral health services, via audio-only telemedicine, BHASO and MCO reimbursement for, when: HB 1196, * ESHB 1196, CH 157 (2021), SB 5325
Behavioral health services, via telemedicine, BHASO and MCO reimbursement for, when: * SSB 5325, CH 100 (2021)
Behavioral health settings, inpatient, medical assistance clients exiting, homelessness/housing instability: HB 1860, SHB 1860, * 2SHB 1860, CH 215 (2022)
Behavioral health settings, inpatient, medical assistance clients exiting, housing-related care coordination: HB 1860, SHB 1860, * 2SHB 1860, CH 215 (2022)
Behavioral health support specialists, as trained paraprofessionals, certification/use/practice of: SB 5884, SSB 5884, E2SSB 5884
Behavioral health workforce pilot program and training support grants for community treatment providers, establishing: HB 1504, SHB 1504
Behavioral health workforce pilot program and training support grants for various treatment providers, establishing: * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Behavioral health, community system, managed care organization contracts with agencies, continuity: HB 1281, SB 5240
Behavioral health, crisis facility provision of medically necessary co-occurring disorder treatment: SB 5397
Behavioral health, crisis response services, mobile crisis/triage facility/crisis stabilization services, payment for: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Behavioral health, crisis response system, mobile crisis teams and crisis stabilization services via: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Behavioral health, crisis response/suicide prevention, crisis system via 988 hotline: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Behavioral health, crisis response/suicide prevention, implementation coalition and 988 crisis hotline system: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Behavioral health, emergency crisis assistance teams for mobile mental health crisis intervention programs/services: HB 1392
Behavioral health, improving, using criminal justice local sales/use tax for: HB 1069, SHB 1069, * E2SHB 1069, CH 296 (2021) PV
Behavioral health, managed care, agency employee recruitment/retention, reimbursement rate increase to fund: SB 5829
Behavioral health, mental health/substance use disorder providers, grant program for, establishing: HB 1504, SHB 1504, * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Behavioral health, root causes of rising behavioral health issues in Washington communities, work group to study: HB 2053
Behavioral health/health care occupations with current/projected shortages, information on: HB 1949
Cannabis concentrates, high-potency, serious mental health consequences of, addressing: HB 1463
Capital projects, 4-year colleges, supporting health care/behavioral health occupations degree programs enrollment: HB 1949
Children and youth behavioral health work group, membership/duties of and convening of advisory group by: HB 1890, SHB 1890, * 2SHB 1890, CH 76 (2022)
Children, assessment/diagnosis through medicaid, from birth through 5 years of age: HB 1325, SHB 1325, * 2SHB 1325, CH 126 (2021)
Children, behavioral problems in state of WA, statistics and other data concerning, removing inspection exemption: SSB 5098
Children, health care coverage, wraparound services for persons under 21 years of age: HB 1461
Children, partnership access line for kids, renaming as mental health referral service for children and teens: HB 1325, SHB 1325, * 2SHB 1325, CH 126 (2021)
Clubhouses, for persons with mental illness, establishing throughout state and accessing medicaid funding for: ESB 5328
Commitment, involuntary, adolescents, designated crisis responder interviews by video to include: * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021)
Commitment, involuntary, BHASO and MCO safe placement or safe discharge of detained person: SB 5397
Commitment, involuntary, care coordinator role: SB 5073, * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021)
Commitment, involuntary, criminally insane/incompetent to stand trial, individualized discharge plans for treatment: HB 2045
Commitment, involuntary, crisis facility provision of medically necessary co-occurring disorder treatment: SB 5397
Commitment, involuntary, of veterans, diversion to veterans administration facility for treatment: HB 1314, * SHB 1314, CH 125 (2021)
Commitment, involuntary, orders for less restrictive alternative treatment: SB 5071, SSB 5071, * E2SSB 5071, CH 263 (2021), SB 5073, * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021)
Commitment, involuntary, reentry community services program expansion in order to include persons under: SB 5304, SSB 5304, * E2SSB 5304, CH 243 (2021) PV
Commitment, involuntary, secure withdrawal management/stabilization or evaluation/treatment facilities access: SB 5397
Commitment, involuntary, when incompetent to stand trial, orders for less restrictive alternative treatment: SB 5071, SSB 5071, * E2SSB 5071, CH 263 (2021)
Commitment, involuntary, when not guilty by reason of insanity, transition from commitment, transition team for: SB 5071, SSB 5071, * E2SSB 5071, CH 263 (2021)
Community behavioral health agencies, appropriations for bridge funding for: SB 5829
Community behavioral health agencies, employee recruitment/retention, reimbursement rate increase to fund: SB 5829
Community behavioral health program, certain appropriations provided for, conditions and limitations for: * ESB 5476, CH 311 (2021) PV
Community behavioral health system, HCA oversight, significant relationships in lives of clients, supporting: SB 5412, SSB 5412
Community/technical colleges, counseling/services access for students, pilot program: HB 1468, SHB 1468, SSB 5194, * E2SSB 5194, CH 272 (2021)
Community/technical colleges, counseling/services access for students, pilot program, expanding/extending: HB 1840, SHB 1840
Confined persons, in medicaid suspense status, pre-release reinstatement of medical assistance for: SB 5304, SSB 5304, * E2SSB 5304, CH 243 (2021) PV
Criminal offenders, convicted, mental disability mandated observation and treatment alternative to incarceration: SB 5293
Criminal offenders, convicted, mental health sentencing alternative to incarceration, eligibility for: SSB 5293, * 2SSB 5293, CH 242 (2021) PV
Criminal offense, mental health condition at time of, mitigating sentence due to: HB 1637, SHB 1637
Criminally insane, competency restoration treatment, felony/nonfelony and outpatient/inpatient, court-ordered: SB 5664, SSB 5664, * 2SSB 5664, CH 288 (2022) PV
Criminally insane, competency restoration treatment, outpatient, court-ordered: SB 5210, SSB 5210
Criminally insane, incompetent to stand trial for violent felony, community placement in or outside county of origin: HB 2045
Criminally insane, peace officer use of force to take into custody or assist: HB 1735, * SHB 1735, CH 4 (2022)
Criminally insane, reentry community services program expansion in order to include: SB 5304, SSB 5304, * E2SSB 5304, CH 243 (2021) PV
Criminally insane, transition teams for, multidisciplinary, when conditional release or affirmative special finding: SSB 5071, * E2SSB 5071, CH 263 (2021)
Criminally insane, transition teams for, when conditional release or affirmative special finding: SB 5071
Crisis response services, 988 crisis hotline coordination with crisis call center hubs and crisis response system: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Crisis response services, 988 crisis hotline coordination with hotline centers, 911 systems, and crisis system: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Crisis response services, 988 crisis hotline system director, appointment of: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Crisis response services, 988 crisis hotline, nationwide, use by veterans/military members/family members: SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Crisis response services, 988 crisis system program, repealing 988 line tax and funding from general fund: SB 5816
Crisis response services, and suicide prevention, crisis system via 988 hotline: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Crisis response services, and suicide prevention, implementation coalition and 988 crisis hotline system: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Crisis response services, statewide 988 behavioral health crisis response and suicide prevention line tax, imposing: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Crisis response services, statewide 988 behavioral health crisis response line tax, imposing: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Crisis response system, behavioral health, improvement strategy committee for, establishing: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Deferred prosecution, for SUD/mental health disorder, when DUI/physical control of vehicle under influence: HB 1817, SHB 1817
Depression/anxiety, behavioral health information for students on websites of schools: HB 1373, * SHB 1373, CH 167 (2021)
Drugs, prescription, for mental health conditions, continuity of coverage of, requirements/prohibitions, when: SB 5794, ESSB 5794
Firearm rights, voluntary waiver of, role of mental health professionals: SB 5491
Funding, mental health services or persons with developmental disabilities property tax levy: HB 1965
Homeless persons, city/county emergency overnight shelter sites for, providing mental health treatment at: SB 5867, SSB 5867, SB 5986
Hospitals, psychiatric, beds for psychiatric services, certificate of need exemption to allow for: SB 5236, * SSB 5236, CH 277 (2021)
Hospitals, psychiatric, information/data reporting obligations, comprehensive review of: SSB 5420, 2SSB 5420
Hospitals, state, behavioral health consumer advocates in connection with: * E2SHB 1086, CH 202 (2021)
Hospitals, state, bureau of family experience to be established within each: SB 5807, SSB 5807, 2SSB 5807
Hospitals, state, capacity to treat patients involuntarily detained for 120 hours or 14 days, requirements: SB 5655
Hospitals, state, certain persons refused involuntary treatment and referred to, task force on, establishing: SSB 5655
Hospitals, state, child study and treatment center in Pierce county to be third state hospital: SB 5807, SSB 5807, 2SSB 5807
Hospitals, state, DSHS oversight of, supporting significant relationships in lives of patients: SB 5412, SSB 5412
Hospitals, state, family peer specialists/family bridgers at, training and role of: SB 5807, SSB 5807, 2SSB 5807
Hospitals, state, reentry community services program expansion in order to include: SB 5304, SSB 5304, * E2SSB 5304, CH 243 (2021) PV
Incarcerated individuals, reentry of, transition plan for meeting behavioral and physical health needs: SB 5588, SSB 5588
Incarcerated persons, ability to apply for medicaid when incarcerated for less than 30 days: * SHB 1348, CH 166 (2021)
Incarcerated persons, prohibiting medicaid suspense status when incarcerated for less than 30 days: HB 1348, * SHB 1348, CH 166 (2021)
Insanity, not guilty by reason of, restoration of right to possess firearms: HB 1026, ESB 5561
Law enforcement officers, behavioral health and suicide prevention: HB 1000
Managed care organizations, partial hospitalization/intensive outpatient programs for minors: SB 5736, SSB 5736, * 2SSB 5736, CH 94 (2022)
Marijuana concentrates, high-potency, serious mental health consequences of, addressing: HB 1463
Men/male youth/boys, gender-based disparities and disproportionate negative outcomes for, efforts to reduce: HB 1917
Minors, behavioral health services for, access via HCA-dedicated employee/parent portal/advisory groups: HB 1800, * SHB 1800, CH 134 (2022)
Minors, partial hospitalization/intensive outpatient programs for, BHASO and MCO provision of: SB 5736, SSB 5736, * 2SSB 5736, CH 94 (2022)
Mobile mental health crisis intervention programs/services, emergency crisis assistance teams for, establishing: HB 1392
Music therapists, licensing of, and advisory committee, creating: SB 5848, SSB 5848
Partnership access lines for providers/moms/kids, various, modifications to: HB 1325, SHB 1325, * 2SHB 1325, CH 126 (2021)
Peer specialists, certified, Washington state certified peer specialist advisory committee, establishing: HB 1865, SHB 1865, 2SHB 1865
Peer specialists, including trainees, certified, profession of, creating: HB 1865, SHB 1865, 2SHB 1865
Peer specialists/peer specialist trainees, licensed, licensing/practice requirements and advisory committee for: HB 1349
Peer-run organizations for persons with mental illness, accessing medicaid funding for: ESB 5328
Primary care, behavioral health in, via health navigators and multi-payer primary care transformation model: SB 5894
Primary care, pediatric/mental health, via community health workers/multi-payer primary care transformation model: SSB 5894
Psilocybin products/services/service centers, advisory board and manufacturer/operator/facilitator/laboratory licensing: SB 5660
Psilocybin services wellness and opportunity act, Washington: SB 5660
Psychiatric beds, in hospitals, certificate of need exemption to allow for: SB 5236, * SSB 5236, CH 277 (2021)
Psychologists, school, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Safety/well-being of youth, risks to, YES tip line program for tips concerning, establishing: SB 5327, SSB 5327, 2SSB 5327
Safety/well-being of youth, risks to, YES tip line program, community mental health safety fund for funding: SB 5327, SSB 5327
School attendance, absence for mental health reasons to be excused absence: * HB 1834, CH 31 (2022)
Schools, limited mental health staff certificate, for trauma-informed counseling of COVID-impacted students: HB 1444
Schools, secondary traumatic stress in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
Schools, suicide prevention/mental health/substance use/eating disorders information for students on website: HB 1373, * SHB 1373, CH 167 (2021)
Social workers, school, as physical/social/emotional support staff, allocations for: HB 1664, SHB 1664, * 2SHB 1664, CH 109 (2022), HB 1985, SB 5595, SSB 5595, 2SSB 5595, SB 5922
Suicidal ideation/other tendencies/behaviors, foster parent maintenance payments when foster child exhibits: HB 1347
Suicidal thoughts, agricultural workers with, agricultural community mental health hotline services for: HB 1434
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline coordination with crisis call center hubs and behavioral health crisis response system: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline coordination with hotline centers, 911 systems, and behavioral health crisis system: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline, nationwide phone number, use by veterans/military members/family members: SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, 988 prevention hotline, on signs for certain public works projects: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022), HB 1600
Suicide, 988 prevention hotline, on signs on or near new bridges, when: HB 1595, SHB 1595, SB 5673, SSB 5673
Suicide, among military members/veterans/their families, firearm temporary storage by dealer to prevent: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, among veterans/military members/their families, programs/measures to prevent: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, by law enforcement officers, prevention of: HB 1000
Suicide, overdose and suicide fatality review teams, establishing: HB 1074
Suicide, prevent veteran suicide emblem for license plates, creating: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, prevention organizations and crisis intervention information for students on websites of schools: HB 1373, * SHB 1373, CH 167 (2021)
Suicide, suicide-safer homes task force, members and duties of: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, suicide-safer homes task force, subcommittees/members/duties of: HB 1181, SHB 1181
Suicide, withdrawal, and overdose fatality review teams, establishing: * SHB 1074, CH 190 (2022)
Suicide, youth suicide review team, Washington, establishing for youth suicide reviews: HB 1354, SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354
Suicide, youths up to age 24 who died by, impact of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among: HB 1354
Suicide, youths up to age 24 who died by, youth suicide review team to investigate lives of: HB 1354
Suicide, youths up to age 25 who died by, impact of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among: SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354
Suicide, youths up to age 25 who died by, youth suicide review team to investigate lives of: SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354
Tardive dyskinesia and its causes, encouraging awareness and seeking better understanding of: * HR 4646 (2022)
Telebehavioral health programs, partnership access lines, various, modifications to: HB 1325, SHB 1325, * 2SHB 1325, CH 126 (2021)
Telemedicine, audio-only, behavioral health services via, BHASO and MCO reimbursement for, when: HB 1196, * ESHB 1196, CH 157 (2021), SB 5325
Telemedicine, audio-only, delivery of services to covered persons via, reimbursement for: HB 1196, * ESHB 1196, CH 157 (2021), SB 5325
Telemedicine, audio-only, facility fee for, prohibiting originating- or distant-site hospitals from charging: * SHB 1708, CH 126 (2022)
Telemedicine, audio-only, facility fee for, prohibiting originating-site hospitals from charging: HB 1708
Telemedicine, audio-only, patient/provider "established relationship" before providing, requirements: HB 1821, * ESHB 1821, CH 213 (2022)
Telemedicine, audio-only, patient/provider "established relationship" before providing, studying need for: * ESHB 1196, CH 157 (2021)
Telemedicine, behavioral health services via, BHASO and MCO reimbursement for, when: * SSB 5325, CH 100 (2021)
Telemedicine, delivery of behavioral health services to covered persons via, reimbursement for: * SSB 5325, CH 100 (2021)
Telepsychology, psychology interjurisdictional compact act: HB 1286, * SHB 1286, CH 5 (2022)
Telepsychology, psychology interjurisdictional compact commission, establishing: HB 1286, * SHB 1286, CH 5 (2022)
Therapy animals and their human handlers, celebrating/honoring, and saluting therapy animal teams' service: * HR 4656 (2022)
Treatment, assisted outpatient, criteria/petitions/procedures for: HB 1773, * SHB 1773, CH 210 (2022), SB 5645
Treatment, behavioral health administrative services organizations providing, B&O tax deduction for: * HB 1296, CH 124 (2021)
Treatment, clubhouses and peer-run organizations for persons with mental illness, and medicaid program: ESB 5328
Treatment, evaluation and treatment facilities, access to: SB 5397
Treatment, evaluation and treatment facilities, delivery of juvenile from law enforcement custody to, when: HB 1559
Treatment, evaluation and treatment facilities, provisions: HB 2041
Treatment, for juvenile offenders via community transition services program: HB 1186, SHB 1186, * E2SHB 1186, CH 206 (2021)
Treatment, inpatient, voluntary admission to, raising age for consent of minor to 16 years of age for: HB 2041
Treatment, involuntary outpatient: * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021)
Treatment, involuntary outpatient, court-ordered: SB 5073
Treatment, involuntary, certain persons referred to a state hospital after being refused, task force on, establishing: SSB 5655
Treatment, less restrictive alternative, various orders for: HB 1773, * SHB 1773, CH 210 (2022), SB 5073, * SSB 5073, CH 264 (2021), SB 5645
Treatment, outpatient, raising age for minor to request/receive to 16 years of age: HB 2041
Treatment, secure withdrawal management and stabilization facilities, access to: SB 5397
Treatment, veterans, diversion from involuntary commitment to veterans administration facility: HB 1314, * SHB 1314, CH 125 (2021)
Treatment, wilderness therapy programs, business license and rules for: SB 5056
Wellness, annual mental health wellness exam by qualified mental health care provider, coverage for: SB 5889
Workers' compensation claims, solely for mental health conditions, psychologists as attending providers for: SB 5784, SSB 5784
METALS  METALS RSS Feed
               
Bullion, precious metal or monetized, as intangible personal property, property tax exemption: HB 1417
Bullion, precious metal or monetized, as legal tender: HB 1417
Bullion, precious metal or monetized, sale of, B&O tax exemption: HB 1417
Catalytic converter removed from vehicle, unlawful possession of, gross misdemeanor: 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converter removed from vehicle, unlawful sale or purchase of, attempting, class C felony: 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converter theft in Washington state, reduction of, studying: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converter theft task force, Washington state, establishing: HB 1815, SHB 1815
Catalytic converter theft work group, convening: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converter tracking pilot project, establishing: HB 1815, SHB 1815
Catalytic converter, deceiving purchaser or purchasing despite deception, second offense, class C felony: HB 1873
Catalytic converter, purchase by scrap metal business that knows it is stolen, gross misdemeanor: HB 1873, SB 5495
Catalytic converter, theft with certain damage to owner's property, theft in second degree, seriousness level: HB 1873, HB 1994
Catalytic converter, unlawful possession of, gross misdemeanor: SSB 5495
Catalytic converter, unlawful sale or purchase of, attempting, class C felony: SSB 5495
Catalytic converters, auto wrecker transaction requirements: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converters, confrontation with owner/3rd party trying to prevent theft, special allegation and verdict: HB 1994
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business purchase offenses that are unfair practices, damage awards: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business purchase offenses, gross misdemeanor, fines for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business transaction provisions concerning: SHB 1815, * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022), HB 1873, SB 5495, SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converters, stolen by defendant to sell/transfer/exchange online, special allegation and verdict: HB 1873
Catalytic converters, theft of, special law enforcement efforts targeting metal theft to include: HB 1873, SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Metal property, scrap metal business purchase offenses, gross misdemeanor, fines for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Scrap metal businesses, catalytic converter purchase offenses that are unfair practices, damage awards: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Scrap metal businesses, catalytic converter purchase offenses, gross misdemeanor, fines for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Scrap metal businesses, catalytic converter unlawful sale or purchase, attempting, class C felony: SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Scrap metal businesses, ongoing electronic statewide no-buy list database program: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022), HB 1873, SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Scrap metal businesses, purchasing/receiving private metal property known to be stolen, gross misdemeanor: HB 1873
Scrap metal businesses, scrap metal transaction requirements, catalytic converter provisions: HB 1873
Scrap metal, dealers and recycling industry, Washington state organized retail theft task force role of: HB 2113, SB 5944
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing/processing of, lowering B&O tax rate: HB 1858
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing/processing of, removing contingency for existing B&O tax rate: SB 5957
Theft, grant/training program for local law enforcement agency targeting of, establishing: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
MILITARY  MILITARY RSS Feed
               (See also ELECTIONS; FIRST RESPONDERS; MILITARY DEPARTMENT; VETERANS; VETERANS AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT)
College tuition/fees, "resident student," criteria for military-affiliated students to qualify as, expanding/modifying: SB 5874, * ESSB 5874, CH 249 (2022)
Defense community compatibility account, for grants for capital projects, including criteria for: SB 5782
Equipment, acquisition/use by law enforcement agencies, prohibition: HB 1054, * ESHB 1054, CH 320 (2021)
Equipment, acquisition/use by law enforcement agencies, prohibition, clarifying in relation to certain rifles: HB 1634
Equipment, acquisition/use by law enforcement agencies, prohibition, replacing with "prohibited equipment" list: HB 1737, HB 2036, SB 5569
Equipment, acquisition/use by law enforcement, prohibition, clarifying in relation to certain rifles/devices/equipment: * HB 1719, CH 3 (2022)
Expeditionary badge recipient in armed conflict, as "veteran" for interruptive retirement system military service credit: HB 1804, SB 5726
Global war on terror, service members who died in, memorial on capitol campus to commemorate, requirements: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Gold star family member, principal residence of, property tax exemption for: HB 1636
Hunting/fishing licenses, "resident" for, certain armed forces members/veterans provisions, revising: SB 5552
Incompatible developments near military installations, certain account-funded projects for addressing: SB 5291
Japanese American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing and remembering: * HR 4609 (2021), * HR 4645 (2022), * SR 8607 (2021), * SR 8649 (2022)
Meacham, Charles "Chuck," U.S. marine corps 3rd marine raider battalion during World War II, honoring: * HR 4652 (2022)
Military status, higher education institution policies and practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
National guard, college tuition/fees waiver, surviving spouse/domestic partner eligibility for: * SB 5545, CH 45 (2022)
National guard, Washington, honoring: * HR 4639 (2022)
National guard, Washington, postsecondary education grant program, eligibility and maximum grants: HB 1642, * SHB 1642, CH 68 (2022), SB 5614
Navy, USS Nimitz aircraft carrier, crew of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4631 (2021)
Nonresident armed forces members, in state, tangible personal property use tax exemption, expanding: HB 1112
Purple heart license plates, parking in space for persons with physical disabilities with: SB 5435
Purple heart, military department purple heart state account, creating: * SHB 1250, CH 213 (2021)
Purple heart, Washington state as a purple heart state, designating and authorizing signs indicating: HB 1250, * SHB 1250, CH 213 (2021)
Purple star award, for recognizing military-friendly schools committed to military students/families, creating: SB 5762, SSB 5762
Schools, military-friendly, committed to military students/families, purple star award to recognize, creating: SB 5762, SSB 5762
Space force, reserve members of, military leave of absence for: HB 1625
Spouses, military, businesses hiring, tax credits for: HB 1677
Spouses, military, credentialing/employment of, assisting/removing barriers: HB 1592
Spouses, military, employment of, military spouse employment act: HB 1592
Spouses, military, employment of, termination of employment contract: HB 1592
Spouses/domestic partners, military, "resident student" for college tuition/fees, criteria for military-affiliated students: SB 5874, * ESSB 5874, CH 249 (2022)
Spouses/domestic partners, of service member, long-term services/supports trust program exemption: HB 1733, * ESHB 1733, CH 2 (2022)
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline, nationwide phone number, use by veterans/military members/family members: SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, among military members/veterans/their families, firearm temporary storage by dealer to prevent: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, among military members/veterans/their families, programs/measures to prevent: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, suicide-safer homes task force, members and duties of: * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
Suicide, suicide-safer homes task force, subcommittees/members/duties of: HB 1181, SHB 1181
Terror, global war on, state residents who died in, monument to honor, legislative work group to study/recommend: HB 1849, SB 5774
U.S. army corps of engineers, navigation channel maintenance/improvements on Columbia river by, requirements exemption, when: * SHB 1193, CH 299 (2021), SSB 5125
Vehicles, military surplus, as collectible vehicles with collector license plates: HB 1439
Vehicles, military surplus, operation on public highways: HB 1439
Vessels, USS Nimitz aircraft carrier, crew of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4631 (2021)
Veterans' and military affairs, joint legislative committee on, role of: HB 1592
Voting, service/overseas voters, voters' pamphlets distribution with ballots: HB 1357
Voting, service/overseas voters, voters' pamphlets mailing or sending electronically when requested by: * ESHB 1357, CH 193 (2022)
Washington state guard, members, service/retirement age of, extending, when: * HB 1122, CH 258 (2022) PV
Women in the military, honoring: * HR 4658 (2022), * SR 8653 (2022)
Women veterans day, June 12th, celebrating: * SR 8653 (2022)
Women's armed services integration act, June 12, 1948, 74th anniversary of, acknowledging: * HR 4658 (2022)
World War II memorial, sculptor Simon Kogan, life and work of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4663 (2022)
World War II, Japanese American veterans from Washington, recognizing: * HR 4609 (2021), * HR 4645 (2022), * SR 8607 (2021), * SR 8649 (2022)
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  MILITARY DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               (See also EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND SERVICES; MILITARY)
Disaster preparedness, necessary supplies stockpile, and commodity sourcing for, department to study: HB 1567
Disaster response account, continuing temporary uses of funds in: SSB 5616, * 2SSB 5616, CH 157 (2022)
Emergency management council, tribal members, adding: * SB 5101, CH 233 (2021)
Flooding, Dec. 2021/Jan. 2022, disaster response account appropriations to department to support recovery from: SB 5937
Purple heart, military department purple heart state account, creating: * SHB 1250, CH 213 (2021)
MINES AND MINING  MINES AND MINING RSS Feed
               
Hard minerals, seabed mining of, and permits or leases for, prohibiting: * SB 5145, CH 181 (2021)
MINORITIES  MINORITIES RSS Feed
               (See also AFRICAN AMERICANS; DISCRIMINATION; ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY; EQUITY, WASHINGTON STATE OFFICE; INDIANS; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE; PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR STANDARDS BOARD)
Abortion care, equal rights to access, regardless of gender/gender identity/race/ethnicity/income level/etc.: * EHB 1851, CH 65 (2022), SB 5766
Americans of Chinese descent history month, each January as, designation of: ESB 5264
Antidiscrimination policies/practices, higher education institution compliance affidavit or optional noncompliance: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Antisemitism, resolving to combat: * SR 8658 (2022)
Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) residents and community, in solidarity with and honoring: * SR 8610 (2021)
Asian American community in Washington, and Lunar New Year, acknowledging: * HR 4641 (2022), * SR 8640 (2022)
Asian and Pacific Islander Americans, Washington's, and Lunar New Year, celebrating: * HR 4606 (2021), * SR 8609 (2021)
Behavioral health disparities map, developing and maintaining: HB 2035
Black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) community, Mrs. Phyllis Little-Epamynondas and her work for the, honoring: * SR 8647 (2022)
Boards and commissions, community participation on: SB 5105, SSB 5105
Boards/commissions/etc., class one groups, community members on, low-income/with lived experience, stipends for: SSB 5793
Boards/commissions/etc., class one groups, community members on, low-income/with lived experience, stipends/allowances for: * 2SSB 5793, CH 245 (2022)
Boards/commissions/etc., community members on, low-income/part of underrepresented demographic, stipends for: SB 5793
Chinese American history month, each January as, designation of: SCR 8403
Clinical trials for drugs and medical devices, diversity program for: SB 5723, SSB 5723
Color/race/national origin, higher education institution policies/practices prohibiting discrimination based on: SB 5877, SSB 5877
Community/technical colleges, equity/access in, expanding via our colleges our future act of 2021: HB 1318, SB 5194, SSB 5194, * E2SSB 5194, CH 272 (2021)
Congolese immigrants and refugees, Congolese integration network for, recognizing and honoring: * SR 8627 (2022), * SR 8651 (2022)
Critical race theory, definition and prohibition of K-12 instruction and discussion of: HB 1886
Developmental disabilities, persons with, diversity of, membership of task forces/other statutory entities to reflect: HB 1566, HB 1802
Digital equity account, creating: SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity act, programs for increasing internet access via telecommunications/broadband: HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity and inclusion, competitive grant program to advance: HB 1460, SHB 1460, 2SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity and inclusion, for underserved populations, advancing: HB 1460, SHB 1460, 2SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity forum, establishing: 2SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity opportunity program, creating: HB 1460, SHB 1460, 2SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity plan, state, developing: * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity planning grant program, creating: HB 1460, SHB 1460, 2SHB 1460, HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Digital equity, anchor institution digital equity program, establishing: HB 1723, SHB 1723
Disabilities, persons with, diversity of, membership of task forces/committees/other statutory entities to reflect: HB 1566, HB 1802
Disparities, environmental health, state agency actions to reduce: SSB 5141, * E2SSB 5141, CH 314 (2021)
Disparities, environmental health/environmental justice/equity focused tools to identify wildfire-impacted communities: HB 1168, SHB 1168, * 2SHB 1168, CH 298 (2021)
Diversity/equity, task force on improving diversity and equity at community/technical colleges, establishing: HB 1840
Diversity/equity, task force to review student financial resources/community outreach/barriers to accessing funds for underrepresented communities, establishing: SHB 1840
Diversity/equity/inclusion, community and technical colleges strategic plan for: HB 1318, SB 5194, SSB 5194, * E2SSB 5194, CH 272 (2021)
Diversity/equity/inclusion, in state patrol workforce, approaches for strengthening: HB 2057, * SHB 2057, CH 146 (2022)
Diversity/equity/inclusion, office of equity goals/standards relating to, review of: SB 5105, SSB 5105
Drive-by shooting, as basis for aggravated first degree murder, eliminating: HB 1692
Equality, principles of, to be central to performance of duties by department of children, youth, and families: HB 1658
Equity impact statements for bills and other proposed legislation: HB 1264, SHB 1264, SB 5274
Equity, behavioral health prevention and equity impact council, establishing: HB 2035
Equity, cannabis licenses, cannabis social equity grant, low-interest loan, and technical assistance program: HB 2022, SHB 2022
Equity, digital equity act, programs for increasing internet access via telecommunications/broadband: HB 1723, SHB 1723, * E2SHB 1723, CH 265 (2022)
Equity, environmental health disparities/justice/equity focused tools to identify wildfire-impacted communities: HB 1168, SHB 1168, * 2SHB 1168, CH 298 (2021)
Equity, in housing, addressing racial inequities via estate tax revenue deposits in equity in housing account: HB 1465
Equity, racial, analyses of, incorporation into audits/reviews/reports by JLARC, when: SB 5405, * ESSB 5405, CH 310 (2021) PV
Equity, social equity in cannabis industry, grant program/mentors roster/legislative task force/social equity license applicants: * ESHB 1443, CH 169 (2021)
Equity, social equity in cannabis industry, grant/pilot program/legislative task force/social equity license applicants: HB 1443, SB 5388
Equity, social equity in cannabis, cannabis equity grant program, establishing: HB 1827, SB 5706, SB 5796
Equity, violations imposed on rural communities of color/disadvantaged communities/indigenous peoples, rectifying: HB 1233, SHB 1233
Equity, water fluoridation/unmet oral health needs, oral health equity assessment in relation to, conducting: HB 1684, SHB 1684, SB 5587
Equity-based school practices, as part of teacher and school administrator continuing education: HB 1426, * ESHB 1426, CH 77 (2021)
Equity/diversity/inclusion, in state patrol workforce, approaches for strengthening: HB 2057, * SHB 2057, CH 146 (2022)
Executive order 9066, eightieth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4645 (2022), * SR 8649 (2022)
Executive order 9066, seventy-ninth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4609 (2021), * SR 8607 (2021)
Fairs, area/county/other, transfers from state general fund to fair fund to support inclusiveness at fair events: * 2SSB 5362, CH 245 (2021)
Farming, equity in, historically underrepresented groups, inclusion in food/agriculture laws/rules/etc. development/etc.: HB 1395, SHB 1395
Ferry employees, newly hired/from underrepresented communities, impact of bargaining agreements on: HB 1608
Health education, in schools, disproportionately COVID-impacted people, steps to help: HB 1149
Health equity account, creating for statewide sweetened beverage excise tax revenue: SB 5371
Health equity account, sweetened beverage tax revenues in, community advisory board for use of, creating: SB 5371
Health equity continuing education training for health professions, requirements: SB 5229, * ESSB 5229, CH 276 (2021)
Health equity curriculum, for medical students, development by UW/WSU schools of medicine: SB 5228, * SSB 5228, CH 96 (2021)
Health equity zones, identifying and creating: SB 5052, SSB 5052, * E2SSB 5052, CH 262 (2021)
Health equity, behavioral health prevention and equity impact council, establishing: HB 2035
Health equity, in communities of color, Mrs. Phyllis Little-Epamynondas and her rich legacy for, honoring: * SR 8647 (2022)
Health, local boards of, member expertise and lived experience, diversity requirements: HB 1110
Higher education, diversity/equity/inclusion/antiracism programs and training for faculty/staff/students: SB 5227, SSB 5227, * E2SSB 5227, CH 275 (2021)
Higher education, model faculty diversity program, developing: SB 5830, SSB 5830
Holocaust remembrance day, recognizing: * HR 4627 (2021)
Hospitals, information reporting by, to include race/ethnicity/gender identity/language/disability, when: HB 1272, SHB 1272, * E2SHB 1272, CH 162 (2021)
Housing, affordable, increasing for racial/ethnic groups disproportionately lacking access to: HB 1128, SHB 1128
Housing, affordable, increasing for racial/ethnic groups with adverse housing outcomes: HB 1880, SHB 1880, SB 5861
Housing, planning under GMA for, integration/antidisplacement measures: SHB 1782
Housing, racially disparate impacts/displacement/exclusion in, addressing at local level: HB 1220, SHB 1220, * E2SHB 1220, CH 254 (2021) PV
Indian Americans, recognizing in connection with republic day in India: * HR 4638 (2022), SR 8638
Inequities, environmental health, state agency actions to reduce: SB 5141
Intellectual disabilities, persons with, diversity of, membership of task forces/other statutory entities to reflect: HB 1566, HB 1802
Interpreters, for courts, for persons who have limited English proficiency and/or are deaf or hard of hearing: SB 5255
Interpreters, language access, for schools, credentialing of: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Irish Americans, annual celebration of Saint Patrick's Day, commemorating: * HR 4657 (2022)
Italian descent, Americans of, recognizing contributions of, and celebrating Italian heritage month: * SR 8650 (2022)
Japanese American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing and remembering: * HR 4609 (2021), * HR 4645 (2022), * SR 8607 (2021), * SR 8649 (2022)
Jews, antisemitic treatment of, resolving to combat: * SR 8658 (2022)
Juries and jurors, electronic demographic survey for jurors beginning a jury term: HB 1542
Korean Americans, Paull Shin, former state senator, recognizing and honoring the life and work of: * SR 8626 (2021)
Labor rights, countries that provide, as eligible to sell for use or provide transportation fuels in state, criteria and list: HB 1551
Law enforcement diversity, professional development outreach grant program: * HB 1001, CH 52 (2021)
Local economic inclusion grants, for local government, implementing: SB 5241, SSB 5241, 2SSB 5241
Marriage dissolution/legal separation proceedings, interpreting for limited English proficiency parties: SB 5255
Money transmitters, small, serving diverse communities, impact of de-risking on, requesting that congress act to reduce: SJM 8004
Motion picture competitiveness program, rural and marginalized communities in workforces and stories: * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022)
Motion picture competitiveness program, rural and marginalized communities, supporting people from: SSB 5760
Multicultural/anti-bias education, Betty Peace-Gladstone, former early childhood education professor, honoring: * SR 8608 (2021)
Nicotine addiction, intervention strategies, community-based and addressing health inequity/racial disparities: HB 1550
People of color, children/youth in child welfare/juvenile justice systems, equality as service delivery priority: HB 1658
People of color, incarcerated individuals, postsecondary education participation before and after release: * 2SHB 1044, CH 200 (2021)
Prescription drug labels/containers, language translation requirements for directions for use/side effects on: HB 1852, SB 5840
Prescription drug labels/containers/information, language translation requirements for directions for use/side effects on/in: ESHB 1852
Preservation/protection of environment/natural resources, rights of all people in relation to, constitutional amendment: HJR 4205
Public works, alternative contracting, access for minority-owned businesses: * SB 5032, CH 230 (2021)
Racial equity analyses, incorporation into audits/reviews/reports by JLARC, when: SB 5405, * ESSB 5405, CH 310 (2021) PV
Racism in schools, institutional, training in dismantling: SB 5044
Racism in schools, institutional, training in order to dismantle: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
Racism, structural, in health care, medical student training to help undo: SB 5228, * SSB 5228, CH 96 (2021)
Rural development, correcting land use patterns perpetuating disadvantages faced by immigrants and other peoples: HB 1233, SHB 1233
Saini, Shree, Miss World America and first Indian American to represent America at Miss World, honoring: * SR 8643 (2022)
School staff/boards, cultural competency/diversity/equity/inclusion standards and training for: * ESSB 5044, CH 197 (2021)
School staff/boards, equity/diversity/inclusion/antiracism/cultural competency training for: SB 5044
Schools, equity-based practices, as part of teacher and school administrator continuing education: HB 1426, * ESHB 1426, CH 77 (2021)
Schools, language access plans and programs for family engagement: * E2SHB 1153, CH 107 (2022) PV
Schools, language access programs for culturally responsive systemic family engagement: HB 1153, SHB 1153
Sexual assault investigations, race/ethnicity impact on outcomes, analysis via case review program: HB 1109, * ESHB 1109, CH 118 (2021)
Sikh Americans, wishing Sikh American community a joyous year: * SR 8644 (2022)
State patrol, diversity/equity/inclusion in workforce of, approaches for strengthening: HB 2057, * SHB 2057, CH 146 (2022)
Students, English language learners, school in-person instruction resumption priority groups for delivery to include: SHB 1366
Students, reducing absences with multitiered and culturally/linguistically responsive supports system: HB 1113, SB 5153
Taiwanese Americans in Washington, honoring: * HR 4651 (2022)
Ukrainian Americans and the people of Ukraine, in their urgent time of need, recognizing and supporting: * SR 8662 (2022)
Ukrainian Americans, important role in civil, cultural, and economic life of Washington State, recognizing: * HR 4660 (2022)
Underprivileged/disadvantaged groups, membership in, as criterion for private fund academic scholarships: HB 1836
Underrepresented communities, task force to review student financial resources/community outreach/barriers to accessing funds for, establishing: SHB 1840
Victims, non-hate crime offenses, aggravating circumstance if defendant motivated by biased perception: HB 1071
Voting rights act, covered practices in covered jurisdictions, requirements: SB 5597, SSB 5597, E2SSB 5597
Voting rights act, special elections under, in even- or odd-numbered years: HB 1727, SHB 1727
Voting rights act, vote dilution prohibition and cost recovery mechanism: SB 5597, SSB 5597, E2SSB 5597
Vulnerable populations and highly impacted communities, energy burden of, reducing in various ways: HB 1125, HB 1498, SB 5295, * ESSB 5295, CH 188 (2021)
Vulnerable populations, protections for, via consumer protection improvement act: SB 5025, * SSB 5025, CH 228 (2021)
Wilfong, Ester, teacher, administrator, and professional association leader, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4659 (2022)
Women of color, cosmetic products with potentially harmful ingredients and marketed to, plan for testing: HB 1853, SB 5480, SB 5703, SSB 5703, 2SSB 5703
Youth, host homes hosting homeless youth/unaccompanied minors/systems-impacted young adults/youth of color: ESHB 1175
MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE  MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES; MINORITIES; PUBLIC WORKS; VETERANS; WOMEN)
Audit and review unit within office, establishing: HB 1259, * SHB 1259, CH 160 (2021)
Contracts, office requirements and modifications: HB 1259, * SHB 1259, CH 160 (2021)
School construction work, "other work" excluded from, standard OMWBE clauses to be included, when: * ESB 5017 (2022) V
MOTION PICTURES  MOTION PICTURES RSS Feed
               
Creative economy, state, work group to create strategic plan for, establishing: SB 5238
Motion picture competitiveness program, board of directors, membership of, modifying: HB 1914, * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022), SB 5760, SSB 5760
Motion picture competitiveness program, contributions to, certain entities making, annual reporting exemption for: HB 1914, * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022), SB 5760, SSB 5760
Motion picture competitiveness program, contributions to, use of and B&O tax credit for, modifying: HB 1914, * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022), SB 5640, SB 5760, SSB 5760
Motion picture competitiveness program, rural and marginalized communities in workforces and stories: * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022)
Motion picture competitiveness program, rural and marginalized communities, supporting people from: HB 1914, SB 5760, SSB 5760
Motion picture competitiveness program, various additional modifications: * ESHB 1914, CH 270 (2022), SSB 5760
MOTOR VEHICLES  MOTOR VEHICLES RSS Feed
               (See also DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; FUELS; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL; TRAFFIC; TRANSPORTATION)
Abandoned, tow truck operator sale at public auction of, successful bidder payment of use tax: HB 2104, SB 5953
All-terrain vehicles, tracked, snowmobile defined to include: * SB 5016, CH 86 (2021)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled and tracked, concurrent licensing process: * SB 5016, CH 86 (2021)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, equipment requirements for: SB 5332, SSB 5332
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, nonresident registration exemption, when: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, on-road and off-road uses of, equipment requirements for: 2SSB 5332
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, registration by nonresident from certain bordering state, filing/service fees payment for: * HB 2074, CH 40 (2022)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, to include qualifying utility-type vehicles (UTVs) with certain equipment: HB 1509
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, use of qualifying WATV on certain county roads in a rural county: HB 1870
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, use on certain roads, multiuse roadway safety account funds use in connection with: HB 1546
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, use on state highway segments in county with authorizing ordinance: * EHB 1251, CH 121 (2021)
All-terrain/wheeled all-terrain/utility-type/other off-road vehicles, exempting from VIN inspection requirement: SSB 5778
Alternative fuel or hybrid vehicles, annual registration renewal fee for, discontinuing: SB 5308
Alternative fuel vehicles, hydrogen fuel cell electric, sales/use tax exemptions: SB 5000, SSB 5000, * 2SSB 5000, CH 171 (2021)
Alternative fuel vehicles, various tax preferences for: HB 1503, HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5000, SSB 5000, * 2SSB 5000, CH 171 (2021), SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Alternative fuel/electric vehicles, transition to, for student transportation, feasibility plans/charging/fueling stations: HB 1644
Auto malls, directional signs on state highway rights-of-way for, when: HB 1142
Autonomous vehicles, driven without human operator by operator of, traffic infraction: HB 1731
Autonomous vehicles, law enforcement interaction plan, providing, when: HB 2100
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, changes to enable: * SSB 5460, CH 193 (2021)
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, effective date of, delaying: * SSB 5460, CH 193 (2021)
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, information/notice/reporting requirements for: HB 2100
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, rule adoption and enforcement: HB 1731, SB 5460
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, testing requirements: HB 1731
Autonomous vehicles, self-certification testing pilot program, testing requirements, modifying: HB 2070, SB 5828, SSB 5828
Autonomous vehicles, work group recommendations concerning: HB 2070, SB 5460, * SSB 5460, CH 193 (2021), SB 5828
Cargo-carrying devices/cargo, temporary obstruction of single license plate by, allowing, when: * EHB 1784, CH 130 (2022)
Catalytic converter removed from vehicle, unlawful possession of, gross misdemeanor: 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converter removed from vehicle, unlawful sale or purchase of, attempting, class C felony: 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converter theft in Washington state, reduction of, studying: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converter theft task force, Washington state, establishing: HB 1815, SHB 1815
Catalytic converter theft work group, convening: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converter tracking pilot project, establishing: HB 1815, SHB 1815
Catalytic converter, deceiving purchaser or purchasing despite deception, second offense, class C felony: HB 1873
Catalytic converter, purchase by scrap metal business that knows it is stolen, gross misdemeanor: HB 1873, SB 5495
Catalytic converter, theft with certain damage to owner's property, theft in second degree, seriousness level: HB 1873, HB 1994
Catalytic converter, unlawful possession of, gross misdemeanor: SSB 5495
Catalytic converter, unlawful sale or purchase of, attempting, class C felony: SSB 5495
Catalytic converters, confrontation with owner/3rd party trying to prevent theft, special allegation and verdict: HB 1994
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business purchase offenses that are unfair practices, damage awards: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business purchase offenses, gross misdemeanor, fines for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business transaction provisions concerning: SHB 1815, * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022), HB 1873, SB 5495, SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converters, scrap metal business unlawful sale or purchase, attempting, class C felony: SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Catalytic converters, stolen by defendant to sell/transfer/exchange online, special allegation and verdict: HB 1873
Catalytic converters, theft of, special law enforcement efforts targeting metal theft to include: HB 1873, SSB 5495, 2SSB 5495
Clean car authority, creating as new state government agency: SB 5908
Commercial vehicle, disqualification for life from driving a, for using in committing trafficking offense: SB 5631
Commercial vehicle, disqualification for life from driving a, for using motor vehicle in committing trafficking offense: * SSB 5631, CH 51 (2022)
Commercial vehicles, used for transporting property, using chain up/chain off areas to park, when: HB 1839, SHB 1839
Commuter ride sharing, passenger vehicles for, sales/use tax preferences, discontinuing: HB 1528
Damaged vehicles, actual cash value/amount of loss, appraisal clause in insurance contracts: HB 1979, SHB 1979
Dealers, cash incentives from manufacturers for retail sales, B&O tax deduction for: * HB 1495 (2021) V
Dealers, documentary service fee, charging under certain conditions: HB 1388
Dealers, fees, dealer temporary permit fee and auto dealer documentary service fee, increasing: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Dealers, sales transaction electronic, internet, and location options: * EHB 1049, CH 201 (2021)
Dealerships, zero emissions vehicles manufacturers owning/operating/controlling, when: HB 1388
Electric or hybrid vehicles, per mile fee on, implementation plan for fee payment and early adoption program: SB 5444, SSB 5444, SB 5483
Electric or hybrid vehicles, purchase or use by rental car company, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1572
Electric or hybrid vehicles, road usage charge program per mile fee phased implementation requirements for: HB 2026
Electric or hybrid vehicles, when new/used passenger car/light truck, sales/use tax revenue collected on, use of: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Electric vehicles, batteries used in, lithium and critical/other materials used for, global availability and recycling of, examining: SSB 5526
Electric vehicles, batteries used in, lithium/rare earth minerals used for, global availability of, examining: SB 5526
Electric vehicles, charging stations, installation/use by condominium/unit/lot/apartment owner, requirements: HB 1793, * ESHB 1793, CH 27 (2022)
Electric vehicles, charging/refueling infrastructure, mapping/forecasting tool for, developing: HB 1287, SHB 1287, * E2SHB 1287, CH 300 (2021) PV
Electric vehicles, federal grant funding, creating clean car authority as new agency for distributing: SB 5908
Electric vehicles, industry advisory committee, appointing in connection with creation of clean car authority: SB 5908
Electric vehicles, interagency electric vehicle coordinating council, creating: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Electric vehicles, passenger/light duty vehicles of model year 2030 or later sold/registered in WA to be, as state goal: SHB 1204, HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Electric vehicles, passenger/light duty, selling or registering in WA only, 2030 deadline/scoping plan: HB 1204, SB 5256
Electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid, narrowing transportation electrification fee exemption for hybrid vehicles to: HB 1548
Electric vehicles, plug-in, electricity consumed at state office locations, reporting requirement, modifying: SB 5896
Electric vehicles, publicly available supply equipment and service providers for, requirements: SB 5192, SSB 5192, * 2SSB 5192, CH 238 (2021)
Electric vehicles, supply equipment, energy efficiency standards: HB 1619, * ESHB 1619, CH 19 (2022)
Electric vehicles, supply equipment, registration fee for: SB 5192, SSB 5192, * 2SSB 5192, CH 238 (2021)
Electric vehicles, support equipment, installation by licensed electrical contractors and certified electricians: HB 1831, SHB 1831
Electric vehicles, transportation electrification fee, repealing: SB 5085
Electric vehicles, various tax preferences for: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Electric vehicles, with hydrogen fuel cell, sales/use tax exemptions: SB 5000, SSB 5000, * 2SSB 5000, CH 171 (2021)
Electric-assisted bicycles, use on recreational trails managed by DNR or DFW, when: HB 1524
Electric-assisted bicycles, use on trails and roads closed to motor vehicles, when: SB 5452
Electric-assisted, use on trails and roads closed to motor vehicles, determining where and which bicycle classes: * ESSB 5452, CH 191 (2021)
Electric/alternative fuel vehicles, transition to, for student transportation, feasibility plans/charging/fueling stations: HB 1644
Electric/clean energy vehicles/infrastructure, clean energy product manufacturing facilities for, siting of: HB 1812, SHB 1812, * E2SHB 1812, CH 183 (2022) PV
Electric/electric-assisted bicycles, and related cycling equipment, sales/use tax exemptions: HB 1330, SHB 1330
Electric/zero emission vehicles, transition to, for student transportation, feasibility plans/charging/fueling stations: * SHB 1644, CH 200 (2022)
Emissions, commercial transportation services vehicles: HB 1075, SHB 1075, 2SHB 1075
Emissions, zero emissions transportation future, state transition to, supporting: HB 1287, SHB 1287, * E2SHB 1287, CH 300 (2021) PV
Emissions, zero emissions vehicles, manufacturers of, owning/operating/controlling dealership, when: HB 1388
Employee vehicles, employer searches of, prohibitions: HB 1257
Fees and taxes for vehicles, limiting or repealing various: SB 5970
Fees for vehicles, limiting or repealing various: SB 5028
Fees, vehicle-related, using proceeds for bond principal and interest payment, when: SB 5481
Fire department vehicles, rear-facing blue lights and red lights at scene of emergency: SSB 5907
Fire department vehicles, rear-facing blue lights in combination with red lights at scene of emergency: * HB 2033, CH 279 (2022)
Firearms, discharge from/near vehicle, as basis for aggravated first degree murder, eliminating: HB 1692
Firearms, theft from vehicle or residence/store/shop/sales outlet, class B felony: SB 5407
Historic automobile museums, deferred sales/use tax payments, forgiving first two payments due to COVID-19 pandemic: HB 2108, SB 5950
Hybrid or electric vehicles, per mile fee on, implementation plan for fee payment and early adoption program: SB 5444, SSB 5444, SB 5483
Hybrid or electric vehicles, purchase or use by rental car company, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1572
Hybrid or electric vehicles, road usage charge program per mile fee phased implementation requirements for: HB 2026
Hybrid or electric vehicles, when new/used passenger car/light truck, sales/use tax revenue collected on, use of: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Hybrid vehicle transportation electrification fee, repealing: SB 5085
Hybrid vehicles, plug-in electric, narrowing transportation electrification fee exemption for hybrid vehicles to: HB 1548
Hydrogen fuel cell technology, converting public fleet vehicles to, feasibility of, studying: SSB 5000
Intelligent speed adaptation (ISA) technology use in all new motor vehicles, urging congress to mandate: SJM 8010
License plates, for motor vehicle transporters, plates/indicator tabs/fees for and violations by: HB 1269, * SHB 1269, CH 161 (2021)
License plates, motorcycle, original issue/replacement fees, depositing portion in forward Washington account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
License plates, original issue/replacement fees, depositing portion in forward Washington account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
License plates, original issue/replacement fees, increasing and depositing portions in move ahead WA account: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
License plates, prevent veteran suicide emblem for display on, creating: HB 1181, SHB 1181, * E2SHB 1181, CH 191 (2022)
License plates, special, collector vehicle plates for military surplus vehicles: HB 1439
License plates, special, Mount St. Helens plates, creating: HB 1252
License plates, special, Patches pal plates, creating: HB 1374, SB 5741, * SSB 5741, CH 239 (2022)
License plates, special, purple heart plates, parking in space for persons with physical disability with: SB 5435
License plates, special, Washington wine plates, creating: HB 1530, * ESHB 1530, CH 117 (2022)
License plates, special, working forests plates, creating: HB 1253
License plates, temporary obstruction of single plate by cargo-carrying devices or cargo, allowing, when: * EHB 1784, CH 130 (2022)
License plates, temporary, definition/design/composition/issuance/generation of and fees for: HB 1790, * SHB 1790, CH 132 (2022)
License plates, tribal, issuance to certain individuals and design of: HB 1632
Licensing, car tab fees, bring back our $30 car tabs act: SB 5028, SB 5970
Licensing, car tab relicensing fee, for grade-separated transportation, with rebate for low-income persons: HB 1304, SHB 1304
Metal property, scrap metal business purchase offenses, gross misdemeanor, fines for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Military surplus vehicles, as collectible vehicles with collector vehicle license plates: HB 1439
Military surplus vehicles, operation on public highways: HB 1439
Motor home vehicles, additional weight fee for registration of, increasing and depositing in certain account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Motorcycle safety education advisory board, membership, modifying: HB 1624, SHB 1624
Motorcycles, electric, additional fee for, due at time of annual registration renewal: SB 5085, SSB 5085, * 2SSB 5085, CH 149 (2022)
Motorcycles, handlebars, as steering mechanism option, adding, when: HB 1255
Motorcycles, license plate original issue/replacement fees, depositing portion in forward Washington account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Motorcycles, license plate original issue/replacement fees, increasing/depositing portions in move ahead WA account: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety awareness month, May as, celebrating: SR 8636
Motorcycles, operating between lanes of traffic, requirements for: HB 1106, SB 5622
Motorcycles, operator helmet requirement, exemption, when: HB 1255
Motorcycles, operator passing vehicle in same lane: HB 1106, SB 5622
Motorcycles, operator use of right shoulder on limited access roadway, when: HB 1254
Off-road vehicles, exempting from vehicle identification number inspection requirement: SSB 5778
Off-road vehicles, nonresident registration exemption, removing, when: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Off-road vehicles, registering in another state to avoid retail taxes, penalties: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Off-road vehicles, registration by nonresident from certain bordering state, filing/service fees payment for: * HB 2074, CH 40 (2022)
Organ transport vehicles, for time urgent organs, definition and requirements: SB 5724
Owners, of motor vehicles, furnishing of list to certain entities for certain purposes: SB 5152, * SSB 5152, CH 93 (2021)
Owners, of motor vehicles, name/address record requests by business entities, fee for, depositing in certain accounts: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Owners, of motor vehicles, registered and legal, fees for private entity request and for record provided to private entity: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Parts and accessories, automobile, additional sales tax on retail sales of, for transportation funding purposes: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Physical damage to automobile, basic contract of automobile insurance, requirements: HB 1428
Physical damage to automobile, coverage and repair requirements, basic contract: HB 1428
Pool vehicles, car or van pools for commute trip reduction, suspending purchase recommendation and funding: HB 1528
Recreational vehicles used as residences, overnight parking of, local government ordinance to prohibit, when: HB 1540
Registration, fees, license plate technology fee, license service fee, and certain others, depositing in certain accounts: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Registration, motor home vehicle additional registration weight fee, increasing and depositing in certain account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Registration, off-road and wheeled all-terrain vehicles: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Registration, optional alternative periodic registration system for quarterly or semiannual, when: SB 5738
Registration, quarterly or semiannual, as option for vehicles registered where RTA imposes MVET: SB 5738
Registration, tribal, of vehicles owned by tribal government-designated individuals: HB 1632
Registration, vehicle or trailer paper issued certificates, printing addresses on, prohibiting: HB 1984
Registration, vehicle or trailer paper issued certificates, printing addresses to allow for manual removal: * SHB 1984, CH 36 (2022)
Registration, vehicle renewal, owner with taxes/fees exceeding $150, quarterly payment plan as option: SB 5448
Registration, vehicles of more than 10,000 pounds, additional freight project fee, for transportation funding purposes: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Residences, vehicles used as, illicit wastewater discharges from, identifying potential for and preventing: HB 1540
Sales by dealers, installment transactions, rights statements, and delivery agreements: * EHB 1049, CH 201 (2021)
Sharing, peer-to-peer car sharing transactions, additional sales tax on: HB 1572
Sharing, peer-to-peer vehicle sharing program act, concerning car sharing program agreements: HB 1389, * SHB 1389, CH 67 (2022)
Sharing, personal vehicle sharing transactions, additional sales tax on, for transportation funding purposes: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Snowmobiles, defined to include tracked all-terrain vehicles: * SB 5016, CH 86 (2021)
Snowmobiles, nonresident registration exemption, removing, when: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Snowmobiles, nonresident registration exemption, when: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Snowmobiles, registering in another state to avoid retail taxes, penalties: HB 1322, * SHB 1322, CH 216 (2021)
Stolen vehicles, stolen vehicle check fee, increasing and depositing portion in move ahead WA account: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Taxation, sales/use, of motor vehicle, camper, and travel trailer purchases: SJR 8208
Taxation, sales/use, revenue for transportation infrastructure needs: HB 1010, HB 1604
Taxation, sales/use, revenue for transportation without reliance on debt financing: HB 1604, SB 5359, SB 5449
Taxation, sales/use, revenue from, using for highway purposes: SB 5223
Taxes and fees for vehicles, limiting or repealing various: SB 5970
Tires, retreaded, retail sale of, levying per tire fee on, and using fee for large debris litter cleanup: SB 5739
Titles, certificates of, application fees for, depositing portions in forward Washington account: SB 5483
Titles, certificates of, application fees for, increasing and depositing portions in forward Washington account: SSB 5483
Titles, certificates of, quick title service fee, depositing portion in forward Washington account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Titles, certificates of, vehicle identification inspection for, allowing other authorized inspectors to conduct, when: SB 5778
Titles, certificates of, vehicle identification number inspection program for, studying: SSB 5778
Tolls, for toll bridges, vehicles that may not be exempted from, listing: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Tracking technology, collecting data to determine taxes/fees with, constitutional amendment to prohibit: HJR 4201
Trailer being towed or trailer hitch, temporary obstruction of single license plate by, allowing, when: * EHB 1784, CH 130 (2022)
Transporters, licenses/license plates/indicator tabs for and related violations by: HB 1269, * SHB 1269, CH 161 (2021)
Trip permit fee, increasing and distributing portion to forward Washington account: SB 5483, SSB 5483
Trucks, commercial, commercial/port district parking lot/spaces construction for, tax exemptions: HB 1657, SHB 1657
Trucks, commercial, reopening safety rest areas for use by drivers of: HB 1655, * SHB 1655, CH 262 (2022) PV
Trucks, drivers of, restroom access for common carriers and drayage truck operators, when: HB 1706
Trucks, drivers of, restroom access for drayage truck operators, when: * SHB 1706, CH 204 (2022)
Trucks, light/medium/heavy duty, to be subject to license service and plate technology fees: HB 2119, SHB 2119, SB 5974, * ESSB 5974, CH 182 (2022)
Trucks, with pre-2007 model year, prohibiting or penalizing on port district property, prohibition of: SB 5154
Utility-type vehicles (UTVs) with certain equipment, as wheeled all-terrain vehicles, operation on county roads, when: HB 1509
Utility-type vehicles, exempting from vehicle identification number inspection requirement: SSB 5778
Vehicle identification inspections, allowing "other authorized inspector" to conduct, when: SB 5778
Vehicle identification number inspection fee, distribution of, modifying: SSB 5778
Vehicle identification number inspection program, examining and recommending improvements: SSB 5778
Vehicle identification number inspections, exempting all-terrain/wheeled all-terrain/utility-type/other off-road vehicles from: SSB 5778
Vehicle-related fees, pledging when general obligation bond authorizations with unissued amounts are issued: * SB 5898, CH 103 (2022)
Vehicles, fee transactions, recouping agency credit card/financial transaction fees via: * HB 1115, CH 32 (2021), SB 5167
Vehicles, personal/identity information associated with records held by DOL, prohibiting release of: HB 2013
Vehicles, unattended, obstructing high capacity transportation vehicle right of way, RTA impounding of: SB 5863, SSB 5863
Wreckers, catalytic converter transaction requirements for: * E2SHB 1815, CH 221 (2022)
Zero emission/electric vehicles, transition to, for student transportation, feasibility plans/charging/fueling stations: * SHB 1644, CH 200 (2022)
Zero emissions vehicles, manufacturers of components, sales/use tax deferral: HB 1988, SHB 1988, * 2SHB 1988, CH 185 (2022), SB 5744, SSB 5744
Zero emissions vehicles, manufacturers of, owning/operating/controlling dealership, when: HB 1388
MUSEUMS  MUSEUMS RSS Feed
               (See also ART AND ARTWORKS)
Art museums, building for the arts program grants for, raising funding limits: * HB 1647, CH 121 (2022), SB 5530
Firearms, temporary transfers between owner and museum, background check requirement exemption for: SB 5856, SSB 5856
Historic automobile museums, deferred sales/use tax payments, forgiving first two payments due to COVID-19 pandemic: HB 2108, SB 5950
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS  MUSIC AND MUSICIANS RSS Feed
               (See also PERFORMING ARTS AND PERFORMANCE FACILITIES)
Creative economy, state, work group to create strategic plan for, establishing: SB 5238
Music therapy, music therapist licensing and advisory committee: SB 5848, SSB 5848