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Bills that have passed the Legislature are shown in bold text with an * preceding them.

MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES  MANUFACTURED HOUSING AND MOBILE HOMES RSS Feed
               
Communities, closure or conversion, minimum period for notifying tenants, increasing: HB 2946
Communities, landlord duties and obligations: HB 1012, HB 2799, SHB 2799, 2SHB 2799
Communities, landlord's actual utility costs, defining: HB 2901, SB 6546
Communities, preserving in event of voluntary sale of, requirements: HB 2799, SHB 2799, 2SHB 2799
Location restrictions, prohibiting in certain cases, when: SB 5869
Manufactured homes, sale, financing, and consumer protections, studying: HB 2954
Manufactured homes, title and registration certificates, tenant to maintain: SB 5217
Manufactured homes, title certificates, withholding issuance, when: HB 2766, SB 6153
Manufactured housing and mobile homes, deposit of non-fine moneys into dedicated account: EHB 1465, SB 5598
Mobile home lots, information for prospective tenant or buyer, requirements for landlord: HB 2121
Mobile home parks, closed or converted, tenant relocation assistance eligibility: HB 2760, SB 6461
Monetary judgments, entering against defendant under landlord-tenant acts, when possible: SB 5220
Rental agreements, renewal of, requirements: HB 2813, SB 5216
MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY  MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also COMPUTERS; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.)
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, banning manufacture, when: HB 2354
Bisphenol A, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 1984
Castings, for industrial applications, wax and ceramic materials for molds for, permanent sales tax exemption: HB 2066, SB 5702, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Chemicals, highly toxic, targeting and replacing, manufacturer requirements: HB 1472, SHB 1472, E2SHB 1472, SB 5406, SB 6131, SSB 6131
Chemicals, permanent chemical safety committee, establishing: SHB 1472
Clean technologies, joint center for deployment and research in earth-abundant materials, creating: HB 1897, * SHB 1897, CH 20 (2015)
Composite manufacturing and wholesaling, B&O tax credit for: HB 1764, SB 5701
Contact lens manufacturers, price agreements limiting retailer and customer options, prohibiting: HB 1847, SB 5489
Cross-laminated timber products, structures for manufacturing, tax exemptions in connection with: SB 6025
Firearms ammunition, parts, or accessories, manufacturers of, multiple tax preferences: HB 1442
Flame retardants, in children's products and upholstered furniture, limiting: HB 1174, SHB 1174, E2SHB 1174, HB 2545, * ESHB 2545, CH 176 (2016), SB 5056, SSB 5056, 2SSB 5056, SB 5684, SB 6131, SSB 6131, SB 6440, SSB 6440
High-technology businesses, research and development and certain manufacturing, tax credit and deferrals: HB 1769, HB 2809, SB 5665, SSB 5665, SB 6355
Imitation firearm manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1692
Incandescent light bulbs, freedom act provisions concerning in-state manufacture: HB 1686
Industrial or manufacturing facility new construction, in targeted urban areas, property tax exemption: HB 2538, * ESB 5761, CH 9 (2015), SSB 5761
Intellectual property rights, assignment by state university students, staff, and faculty, exceptions and prohibitions: SB 6107
Inventions, assignment to employer of employee's rights to, exceptions: SB 6106
Jewelry, children's, cadmium standards for: HB 1049, SB 5021, SB 6042
Kluse, Mike, and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, recognizing and honoring: * SR 8615 (2015)
Lumber, cross-laminated timber, promoting manufacture and use through tax preferences: HB 2857, SHB 2857
Manufacturing partnerships and development, department of commerce role: SB 6078
Methanol, manufactured in part from natural gas, machinery and equipment tax exemptions for, eliminating: HB 2982, SB 6650
Microbeads, synthetic plastic, prohibiting manufacture of personal care products containing: HB 1378, SB 5431, SB 5609, SSB 5609
Motor vehicle manufacturers, emission standards, falsely certifying vehicles as meeting: SB 6419
Motorcycle helmets, rider liability for manufacturer compliance failure, removing: HB 1244
Pacific Northwest manufacturing partnership advisory committee, appointing: SB 6078
Paint, architectural, producers to participate in paint stewardship plan: HB 1571, ESHB 1571, SB 5926, SB 6142
Phthalates, in food and food and beverage packaging and containers, restrictions: HB 1984
Prescription drugs, ultrahigh-priced, manufacturers to report to health care authority: SB 6471
Radar devices, deployment by law enforcement, requiring signed search warrant for: HB 2216
Rifles, short-barreled, exemption from prohibitions for persons manufacturing or repairing, when: HB 1722
Robotics, Auburn Mountainview High School FIRST robotics team, recognizing: * SR 8619 (2015)
Schools, technology sales to and use in public schools, sales and use tax exemption: SB 5907, SSB 5907
Sensing devices, extraordinary, use by government agencies, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1639, ESHB 1639, SB 5714
Solar energy modules, recycling, role of manufacturers: SHB 1912, HB 2346, SHB 2346, E2SHB 2346, SB 6188
Solar energy photovoltaic cells, silicon smelters' role in manufacturing of, tax credits and exemptions connected with: HB 2977, SHB 2977, SB 6684
Solar modules, financing, takeback, and recycling, stakeholder process concerning: * HR 4664 (2016)
Space exploration center of excellence, Washington state, creating: HB 2434, SHB 2434
Spacecraft, manufacturers of, B&O and sales and use tax preferences: HB 2226, SHB 2226
Steel slag, exemption from waste reduction provisions, when: * EHB 2400, CH 165 (2016)
STEM college degrees, awarding percentage of state need grants to students pursuing: SB 6512
STEM college degrees, state need grants and pursuit of, creating work group to study relationship: SSB 6512
STEM curricula, as part of career and college-ready lighthouse pilot project and advisory committee duties: HB 2948, SHB 2948
STEM experiences, creating and expanding instructional worksite learning pilot project: HB 2415, SB 6453
STEM fields, college degrees in, performance funding incentive system role in increasing: HB 2692
STEM teacher endorsements, teacher preparation programs with, opportunity scholarship program to include: HB 2881
Toy gun manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1594
Transportation, information technology in, legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2956, SHB 2956
Turf, synthetic turf fields, manufacturer demonstration of safety of: HB 2547
Unmanned aerial vehicles, dangerous drone operations near correctional facilities, prohibiting: SB 6437, SSB 6437
Unmanned aerial vehicles, procedures and prohibitions: HB 2016, SB 6437, SSB 6437
Unmanned aircraft, nefarious drone enterprises, special allegation of: SB 5499
Unmanned aircraft, prohibitions: HB 1093, ESHB 1093
MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS  MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS, REGISTERED; MILITARY)
Civil marriage, commissioner of, designating in each county: SB 5385
Dissolution, legal separation, or validity of marriage declaration, petitions for, use of filing fees: EHB 1729, SB 5631, * SSB 5631, CH 275 (2015)
Licenses, issuance of, additional fee: SB 5631
Solemnizing of marriage by tribal court judges, authority: HB 1113
Surname changes, criminal and sex offender procedures: HB 1034, SHB 1034, HB 2297
Surname changes, registered sex or kidnapping offender procedures: HB 2297
Union of one man and one union, marriage as, religious beliefs and rights of conscience regarding, free exercise of: HB 2631, HB 2752
MARTIAL ARTS  MARTIAL ARTS RSS Feed
               
Taxation, excise preferences for instruction, training, and events, when: HB 2334, SHB 2334, SB 6184
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY  MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY RSS Feed
               
Board membership, to include electronic product recycling company representatives: HB 2903, SB 6128, SB 6378
General operating plan, to include participation opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses: HB 2096
Procurement of goods and services, authority to follow state agency requirements: HB 2903, SB 6378
MEDALS  MEDALS RSS Feed
               
Honor, medal of, designation of U.S. 100 as North Olympic Peninsula Medal of Honor memorial highway: * SJM 8012 (2015)
Merit, medal of, joint legislative session to honor recipients of: * HCR 4403 (2015)
Valor, medal of, awarding to group of persons: * SB 5035, CH 4 (2015)
Valor, medal of, joint legislative session to honor recipients of: * HCR 4403 (2015)
MENTAL HEALTH  MENTAL HEALTH RSS Feed
               (See also COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS; SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS; SEX OFFENSES AND OFFENDERS)
Antipsychotic medications, children in foster care, second opinion review requirement: * SHB 1879, CH 283 (2015), HB 1932, SHB 1932
Aversion therapies, performing on patients under 18, prohibitions: SB 5870, SSB 5870
Beds, certain grant-funded hospital projects for adding, certificate of need exemption: * EHB 2212, CH 22 (2015), SB 6086
Beds, in evaluation and treatment facilities, data for understanding need, reporting to provide: HB 1401, SB 5644, SSB 5644, SB 5645, SSB 5645, * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Beds, single-bed certification when evaluation and treatment beds not available: SSB 5644, * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Behavioral health and medical services, via managed care in regional service area, certain reimbursements, when: SB 5924
Behavioral health organizations, B&O tax deduction for certain amounts received, extending expiration: HB 2028, SB 6477, SSB 6477
Behavioral health organizations, charging BHO's for days of care at state hospitals to incentivize alternatives: SB 6656
Behavioral health services, combined mental health and chemical dependency services, repealing 2014 act: HB 2228
Behavioral health services, integrated behavioral health training centers of excellence, establishing: HB 2927
Behavioral health services, providing, training for leveraging federal funds: HB 2850, SB 6430, * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Behavioral health services, task force on aligning with primary health care: * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016), SB 6544, SSB 6544, 2SSB 6544
Behavioral health treatment services and facilities, county local option sales and use tax funding: HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015)
Behavioral health workforce, assessing shortages in behavioral health field: SSB 6485
Behavioral rehabilitation services, within child welfare services, reimbursement rates for: HB 2095, SB 5852, SSB 5852
Caregivers, for people with severe mental illness, respite services pilot projects: HB 1151, SHB 1151
Chemical dependency professionals, mental health and chemical dependency dual licensure: SB 6485
Children, children's mental health work group, establishing: HB 2439, SHB 2439, * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016), SB 6494, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Children, depression screening and provider payment through medical assistance: HB 2439, SHB 2439, SB 6494, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Commitment, involuntary, alternatives to care at state hospitals: SB 6656, * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Commitment, involuntary, certain grant-funded hospital psychiatric bed projects, certificate of need exemption: * EHB 2212, CH 22 (2015), SB 6086
Commitment, involuntary, court review of detention decisions by mental health professional: EHB 1258, SB 5269, SSB 5269, * E2SSB 5269, CH 258 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, detention criteria met with no bed available, reporting requirement: HB 1401, SB 5644, SSB 5644, SB 5645, SSB 5645, * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, detention standards, modifying: HB 1945, HB 2282, HB 2794, SSB 5644, * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015), SB 5687
Commitment, involuntary, emergency assessments and detentions, revising timing of: HB 1536, SHB 1536
Commitment, involuntary, family or guardian detention petition, filing: * HB 2808, CH 107 (2016)
Commitment, involuntary, implementation of involuntary treatment act, studying: * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, integrating mental health and chemical dependency treatment: HB 1713
Commitment, involuntary, integrating mental health and substance use disorder treatment: ESHB 1713, 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
Commitment, involuntary, less-restrictive alternative and assisted outpatient options: * E2SHB 1450, CH 250 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, less-restrictive alternative treatment order petitions: SB 6445
Commitment, involuntary, less-restrictive alternative treatment orders, procedures: HB 2541, * SHB 2541, CH 45 (2016)
Commitment, involuntary, persistent or acute disability as justification for: HB 1451, HB 2909
Commitment, involuntary, physician assistants' detention petition role, when: * SSB 6445, CH 155 (2016)
Commitment, involuntary, preventing firearms access by detained person, when: HB 2603, HB 2893, SB 5643
Commitment, involuntary, psychiatric boarding, provisions concerning: HB 1401, SB 5644, SSB 5644, SB 5645, SSB 5645, * E2SSB 5649, CH 269 (2015)
Commitment, involuntary, regional support network overuse of state hospital beds, reimbursements to DSHS: SB 5779
Commitment, involuntary, studying nonemergent detention and less restrictive alternative orders: HB 1288
Commitment, involuntary, to state hospitals, medical assistance suspension: * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Commitment, involuntary, treatment period and less restrictive orders, and conditional release determinations: HB 1287
Community mental health system, administration, integrating local substance use disorder programs with: HB 1916, SHB 1916, 2SHB 1916
Competency to stand trial, evaluations and/or restoration, provisions: HB 1426, SHB 1426, HB 1597, SHB 1597, HB 2060, SHB 2060, E2SHB 2060, SB 5177, SSB 5177, * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015), SB 5403, SSB 5403, 2SSB 5403, SB 5889, * SSB 5889, CH 5 (2015)
Criminal offenders, community placement or supervision, mental status evaluations: * SB 5101, CH 80 (2015)
Criminally insane, outings from state facilities, repealing certain procedures: HB 1419
Criminally insane, transfer to secure facility, reports concerning: * HB 1599, CH 253 (2015), SB 5266
Criminally insane, transfer to secure facility, reports concerning, advancing an effective date affecting HB 1599: SB 6118
Crisis responders, designated, with chemical dependency and mental health functions: HB 1713, ESHB 1713, 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
Evaluation and treatment centers, county local option sales and use tax funding: HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015)
Forensic mental health services, office of, establishing within DSHS: * 2E2SSB 5177, CH 7 (2015), SB 5792
Health care providers for involuntarily detaining or treating persons, listing: * SSB 6445, CH 155 (2016)
Higher education, mental health and suicide prevention task force: HB 1138, * SHB 1138, CH 67 (2015)
Homeless, mental illness and/or chemical dependency treatment for, using certain account funds for: SB 6647
Hospitals, former northern state hospital site, maximum lease term for: SHB 2035, SB 5887, * SSB 5887, CH 99 (2015)
Hospitals, nursing care for institutionalized patients, PSERS membership for providers, when: HB 1718, SHB 1718, SB 5703
Hospitals, state, discharging patients to original community, examining options: * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Hospitals, state, incentivizing civil patient treatment alternatives to care at: SB 6656, * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Hospitals, state, including child study and treatment center, performance management systems, establishing: SB 6541, SSB 6541
Hospitals, state, increasing psychiatric advanced registered nurse practitioner use at state hospitals: SB 6656
Hospitals, state, joint legislative executive psychiatric state hospital collaborative task force, establishing: SHB 2453
Hospitals, state, persons committed to, medical assistance suspension: * SSB 6430, CH 154 (2016)
Hospitals, state, select committee on quality improvement in, establishing: E2SHB 2453, * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Hospitals, state, staffing practices and safety concerns, addressing: * ESSB 6656, CH 37 (2016) PV
Hospitals, state, staffing practices and safety concerns, DSHS to address: SB 6656
Hospitals, western and eastern state, employees of, collective bargaining and binding interest arbitration for: SB 5885
Hospitals, western and eastern state, joint select committee on state hospital oversight, establishing: HB 2453
Hospitals, western and eastern state, legislative state hospital authority, creating: HB 2453
Hospitals, western and eastern state, regional support network overuse of beds, reimbursements to DSHS: SB 5779
Hospitals, western state hospital, contracting for community policing services: HB 1756, SHB 1756, SB 5261, SSB 5261
Housing for persons with mental illness, affordable, county local option sales and use tax funding: HB 2263, * ESHB 2263, CH 24 (2015)
Insanity, persons acquitted by reason of, "slayer" for probate purposes to include: * ESB 6091, CH 211 (2016)
Insanity, persons acquitted by reason of, DNA sample: SB 5240
Insanity, persons acquitted by reason of, loss of firearms rights, notification: HB 2405, * SHB 2405, CH 93 (2016), SB 5658
Jails, persons in, communication about services and medications for: HB 2501
Jails, persons in, communication about services and medications for, work group to study: SHB 2501
Juvenile offenders, sentencing of, chemical dependency, mental health, and/or co-occurring disorder treatment disposition alternative, creating: HB 2746, * ESHB 2746, CH 106 (2016)
Legal financial obligations, mentally ill offender's failure to pay: HB 1016
Mental health professional, physician assistants as, when: * SSB 6445, CH 155 (2016)
Murder, of family member or other resident, person threatening, evaluation and treatment of: HB 2283
Orders, court consultation of judicial information system before granting: HB 1617, * SHB 1617, CH 140 (2015), * HB 2371, CH 89 (2016), HB 2463, SB 6402
Outpatient treatment, involuntary, need for assisted treatment, criteria: HB 1450, SHB 1450, * E2SHB 1450, CH 250 (2015), SB 5649, SSB 5649
Partnership access line service, expanding: SSB 5947, 2SSB 5947
Partnership access line service, expanding through PAL plus pilot program: SHB 2439, SSB 6494
Personal needs allowance, medicaid services, increasing for mental health services: SB 6555, SSB 6555
Physician assistants, involuntary detention petitions and mental health services: * SSB 6445, CH 155 (2016)
Physician assistants, treatment order petitions and medication services role: SB 6445
Posttraumatic stress disorder, medical marijuana use for: SB 5379
Posttraumatic stress, qualifying for medical marijuana: HB 1969
Power of attorney, uniform act: SB 5635, * ESSB 5635, CH 209 (2016)
Psychiatry, integrated care, training program in, developing and operating: SB 5947, SSB 5947, 2SSB 5947
Recovery programs, funding: SB 5078, SSB 5078
Regional support networks, overuse of state hospital civil treatment beds, reimbursements to DSHS: SB 5779
Residential treatment, health coverage for: HB 2339, SHB 2339
Sexual orientation change efforts, on patients under 18, prohibitions: HB 1972, SB 5870, SSB 5870
Students, K-12, removed from school due to violence or mental health issues, mental health assessments for: HB 2037
Students, mental health care, as part of safe and healthy learning climate: HB 2149
Students, mental health care, preventative strategies: HB 2373, SHB 2373, SB 6432
Students, mental health care, service models for students: HB 2373, SHB 2373, SHB 2439, * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016), SB 6432, SSB 6494, 2SSB 6494
Students, mental health services for, data concerning, districts to report: SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243
Students, psychotropic medication and/or psychological screening, school requirements for, prohibiting: HB 2944, SB 6543
Students, truancy, mental health evaluation or substance abuse assessment: * 2SHB 2449, CH 205 (2016) PV
Substance use disorder, integrating local programs with community mental health system administration: HB 1916, SHB 1916, 2SHB 1916
Suicide assessment and treatment for providers, training program minimum standards: HB 1424, * ESHB 1424, CH 249 (2015)
Suicide prevention, awareness information, adding to firearms safety pamphlet: HB 2793, SHB 2793, * E2SHB 2793, CH 90 (2016) PV, SB 6603
Suicide prevention, in higher education, task force on: HB 1138, * SHB 1138, CH 67 (2015)
Suicide prevention, safe homes task force and project, including firearms dealer or range tax credit: SHB 2793
Suicide prevention, safe homes task force and project, including firearms dealer tax credit: HB 2793, SB 6603
Suicide, reports of threatened or attempted, mental health agency procedures: HB 1448, ESHB 1448, * 2SHB 1448, CH 158 (2016), SB 5781
Suicide, reports of threatened or attempted, referrals to mental health agencies: * 2SHB 1448, CH 158 (2016)
Suicide, suicide concerns response training for student support staff: * E2SHB 2439, CH 96 (2016)
Suicide, youth suicide prevention training program for educators and parents: SB 6243, SSB 6243, 2SSB 6243
Treatment programs, parent or guardian authority to admit minor to and keep in: HB 2958
Treatment providers, non-hospital facilities, patient transport by ambulance: HB 1721, * SHB 1721, CH 157 (2015), HB 2044
Treatment system, involuntary and minors, integration with chemical dependency treatment: HB 1713, ESHB 1713
Treatment system, involuntary and minors, integration with substance use disorder treatment: 2SHB 1713, * E3SHB 1713, CH 29 (2016)
METALS  METALS RSS Feed
               
Aluminum smelters, closing, tax preferences extension and repayment, when: HB 1381, SHB 1381
Aluminum smelters, tax preferences for, continuing: SB 5382, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Gold and silver as legal tender, constitutional currency restoration act: HB 2197
Silicon smelters, electricity or natural or manufactured gas sold to, public utility, sales, and use tax credits and exemptions: HB 2977, SHB 2977, SB 6684
Steel slag, exemption from waste reduction provisions, when: * EHB 2400, CH 165 (2016)
MILITARY  MILITARY RSS Feed
               (See also VETERANS)
Armories, transient lodging for service members: * HB 1277, CH 36 (2015), SB 5164
Autonomous vehicles, testing of, rules of the road exemption when occurring at Joint Base Lewis-McChord: HB 2106
Bridge, military tribute bridge, joint legislative task force concerning, establishing: HB 2123
Child abuse or neglect, allegations, notifying military when involving military family: HB 1150, * SB 5079, CH 6 (2015)
Children of military families, interstate compact and interstate commission on educational opportunity for: SB 6122
Children of military families, the 15 to 1: Jermaine Kearse Foundation, recognizing: * HR 4661 (2016)
Civil air patrol, recognizing the Washington state wing: * SR 8620 (2015), * SR 8717 (2016)
Companies, services through, active duty member termination of, procedures: HB 2718, SHB 2718, SB 6636
Equipment, law enforcement acquisition from department of defense through 1033 or other program, requirements: HB 2203
Firearms, transfers involving armed forces members, background check exemption, when: SB 5615
Firefighters, joint training by national guard and DNR for wildland fire suppression: SSB 6657
Gold star license plates, for members' siblings, when: HB 1112, * SB 5085, CH 208 (2015)
Hayden, James, Retired Army Master Sergeant, honoring: * HR 4617 (2015)
Higher education building and services and activities fees, waiver for members: SB 5620
Higher education building and services and activities fees, waiver for members, when: * HB 1706, CH 143 (2015)
Higher education, early registration, member's spouse or domestic partner: HB 1052, * SHB 1052, CH 14 (2015)
Japanese-American World War II veterans and internees, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2015), * SR 8617 (2015)
Japanese-American World War II veterans, internees, and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4660 (2016), * SR 8724 (2016)
Legal assistance, military and veteran legal assistance, office of, creating: HB 2496, SHB 2496, SB 6300, SSB 6300
Medal of Honor, requesting that U.S. highway 100 be designated the North Olympic Peninsula Medal of Honor memorial highway: * SJM 8012 (2015)
Military department active state service account, transferring certain land parcel assessment revenues into: SB 6502, SSB 6502
Moser, Joe, military service of, recognizing: * HR 4655 (2016)
National guard members, resident, hunting licenses at no cost, when: HB 1351, * ESHB 1351, CH 78 (2016)
National guard Stryker brigade, calling for a brigade on the west coast: * SJM 8008 (2015)
National guard youth challenge program, longitudinal outcome evaluation of: SB 5942, SSB 5942
National guard, honoring: * HR 4604 (2015), * HR 4652 (2016), * SR 8610 (2015), * SR 8703 (2016)
National guard, joint training of wildland firefighters with DNR: SSB 6657
National guard, state active duty service by member, employment rights: HB 2390, * SB 6202, CH 12 (2016)
Navy appreciation day, celebrating: * SR 8614 (2015)
Navy personnel and their family members and friends, contributions of, recognizing: * HR 4608 (2015), * HR 4670 (2016)
POW/MIA flag, national league of families', display requirements: HB 1621
Purple heart special license plates, for more than one vehicle: SB 6254, * SSB 6254, CH 31 (2016)
Retirement, TRS plans 2 and 3, military service credit for: HB 2855
Retirement, WSPRS, military service credit for: HB 2495, SB 6634
Small loans, military personnel to be ineligible as part of small consumer installment loan act: HB 1922, SHB 1922, 2SHB 1922, SB 5899, ESSB 5899
State guard members, resident, hunting licenses at no cost, when: * ESHB 1351, CH 78 (2016)
Stewart, William P., requesting SR 99 be named William P. Stewart memorial highway: * HJM 4010 (2016), SJM 8014, SSJM 8014
Students from military families, education data on: HB 1149, SHB 1149, SB 5163, * SSB 5163, CH 210 (2015)
Towing costs and penalties, liability waiver for service members, when: SB 5038
Uniformed services, role in definition of "resident student" for higher education tuition and fees purposes: SHB 1825, 2E2SHB 1825, * ESSB 5355, CH 8 (2015)
Washington state guard, availability for active duty combat, requiring congressional declaration of war for: HB 2204
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  MILITARY DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Emergency management, school districts continuity of operations, director role: SB 6553
Emergency management, state agency continuity of operations, director role: * HB 1047, CH 61 (2015), SB 5020
Military department active state service account, transferring certain land parcel assessment revenues into: SB 6347
MINES AND MINING  MINES AND MINING RSS Feed
               
Aluminum smelters, closing, tax preferences extension and repayment, when: HB 1381, SHB 1381
Aluminum smelters, tax preferences for, continuing: SB 5382, * ESSB 6057, CH 6 (2015)
Coal mine lands, nonprofit-owned former, property tax exemption, when: HB 2979
Mineral prospecting and mining advisory committee, establishing: SB 5705, SSB 5705
Mineral prospecting, motorized, effects on native fish and habitat, studying: HB 1162, HB 2467, SB 6630
Mineral prospecting, recreational motorized, licensing of: HB 2467, SB 6630
Rare earth elements, recycling processes and alternative earth-abundant materials, JCDREAM efforts concerning: HB 1897, * SHB 1897, CH 20 (2015)
MINORITIES  MINORITIES RSS Feed
               (See also AFRICAN-AMERICANS; DISCRIMINATION; IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRANTS, AND IMMIGRATION STATUS; INDIANS; MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE; WOMEN)
Cesar Chavez day, recognizing March thirty-first as: HB 1560, SB 5565
Civil rights act, state, repealing preferential treatment prohibition and deleting act name: HB 2822
Community learning center program, communities of color and rural and low-income communities, targeting: HB 1960, SB 5814
Disadvantaged business enterprise advisory committee, creating with minority members: SB 6180
Education system, equity impact review process work group, convening: HB 1899, SB 5718
Educational opportunity gap, oversight and accountability committee recommendations: HB 1541, SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Executive order 9066, seventy-fourth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4660 (2016), * SR 8724 (2016)
Executive order 9066, seventy-third anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4613 (2015), * SR 8617 (2015)
Expanded learning opportunities council, membership, to include communities of color: SB 5721, * SSB 5721, CH 163 (2015)
Filipino history month, celebrating: * SR 8679 (2015), * SR 8709 (2016)
Filipino-Americans, celebrating: * HR 4631 (2015)
Gonzalez, Roberto, recognizing: * SR 8660 (2015)
Iranian-Americans, contributions of, recognizing: * SR 8662 (2015)
Japanese-American World War II internees and veterans and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4660 (2016), * SR 8724 (2016)
Japanese-American World War II internees and veterans, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2015), * SR 8617 (2015)
Language access by limited-English proficient parents and guardians of students, access services and model policy: HB 2006, SB 5787, SSB 5787
Language access providers, model for agency purchasing of spoken language services from: HB 1780, SHB 1780, SB 5664
Latino/a educational achievement project (LEAP), welcoming to Olympia: * SR 8700 (2016)
Mitsui, Sam, and Herbert Tsuchiya, community contributions of: * HR 4644 (2015), * SR 8686 (2015)
Notices, multilingual, for prescribed burns, public health and safety risks, and emergency disaster communication: SSB 6657
Notices, public, about risks and during emergencies, to include notices for non-English-proficient persons: HB 2926, SB 6530
Pacific islanders, COFA citizens, health care premium assistance program for: HB 2986
Peperzak, Carla Olman, Jewish member of WWII Dutch resistance, honoring: * SR 8623 (2015)
Racial and ethnic impact statements for criminal and juvenile justice systems, procedure for providing: SHB 2076
Racial and ethnic impact statements for criminal justice, human services, and education caseload bills, requirements: SSB 5752
Racial and ethnic impact statements regarding crime legislation, requirements: HB 1885, SB 5755, SSB 5755, 2SSB 5755, SB 6143, SB 6641
Racial impact statements, for bills and resolutions, procedure for providing: HB 2076, SB 5752
Refugees, commitment to, reaffirming: * SR 8710 (2016)
School names, racially offensive, prohibiting: HB 2306
School names, using Redskins as school or athletic team name, prohibiting: SB 6190
Selma to Montgomery marches, fiftieth anniversary, honoring: * SR 8630 (2015)
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors and others on college campuses, services for: * SSB 5518, CH 92 (2015)
Sexual assault and similar crimes, survivors on higher education campuses, rights: SB 5518
Stewart, William P., requesting SR 99 be named William P. Stewart memorial highway: * HJM 4010 (2016), SJM 8014, SSJM 8014
Teachers, classroom teachers of color, posting data on internet: SHB 1541, E2SHB 1541, 3SHB 1541, * 4SHB 1541, CH 72 (2016), SB 6192
Teachers, classroom, data disaggregated into race and ethnicity categories: HB 2608
Transportation workforce development, apprenticeship programs, persons of color: * ESB 5863, CH 164 (2015)
Tsoo, Wong, Boeing's first engineer, 100th anniversary, honoring: * SR 8693 (2016)
Tsuchiya, Herbert, and Sam Mitsui, community contributions of: * HR 4644 (2015), * SR 8686 (2015)
University of Washington, medical facility contracting alternative process, minority-owned businesses: HB 1693, SHB 1693, ESB 6617
MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE  MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE RSS Feed
               (See also MINORITIES; WOMEN)
Businesses certified by office, state procurement contract web sites and databases to filter to: SB 6034
Contracts and contractors, reports from agencies concerning, office web site for: SSB 5081
Contracts, state agencies and educational institutions, office to identify low minority and women participation: HB 2933
Contracts, with minority and women-owned businesses, compliance enforcement by attorney general: HB 2933
Investigation unit within office, establishing: HB 2933
Linked deposit program, general rule-making authority of office: HB 1415, SB 5255
Linked deposit program, simplifying rule-making authority of office: SB 5341
Linked deposit program, specific rule-making authority of office, including loan prioritization: SHB 1415, SSB 5255
Materials management and financing authority, general operating plan to comply with opportunities provision: HB 2096
Microbusiness, minibusiness, and small business enhancement program, establishing within office: SHB 2050
Minority and women's business enterprises account, adding additional receipts for deposit: HB 1255, SHB 1255, SB 5254
Regulatory oversight and investigation, increasing office authority and powers for: HB 1044
Small business enhancement program, creating within office: HB 2050
MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS  MORTGAGES AND MORTGAGE BROKERS RSS Feed
               
First mortgage interest B&O deduction, expanding for qualifying banks: HB 1543, SB 5475
Loans, certain real estate, narrowing interest income B&O tax deduction to include only community banks: HB 2991
Mortgage lending fraud prosecution account, revising expiration of: HB 2315, * SB 6282, CH 7 (2016)
Residential mortgage loans, licensing and enforcement provisions: HB 1048, SHB 1048, SB 5299, * SSB 5299, CH 229 (2015)
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Motion picture competitiveness program, contributions to, B&O tax credit for: HB 2542, SB 6027
Motion picture competitiveness program, extending: SB 6288
MOTOR VEHICLES  MOTOR VEHICLES RSS Feed
               (See also DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; FUELS; PARKING; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL TAX; TRAFFIC; TRAFFIC OFFENSES; TRANSPORTATION)
Abandoned vehicle, report of sale previously filed with incorrect buyer: HB 2274, * ESHB 2274, CH 86 (2016)
Accident reports, surcharge for record requests to fund justice information data exchange: SB 6084
Accident reports, surcharge for reports furnished to fund justice information data exchange: SSB 6084
Air bags, crimes involving manufacture, sale, installation, etc.: HB 2314, SHB 2314, SB 6160, * SSB 6160, CH 213 (2016)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on public roadways, provisions: * HB 1817, CH 160 (2015), SB 5411, SSB 5411
Alternative fuel commercial use vehicles, tax credits: SHB 1396, HB 2761, HB 2884, * SHB 2884, CH 29 (2016), * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Alternative fuel commercial use vehicles, tax exemptions and credits: HB 1396, SB 5325
Alternative fuel motorcycles, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5357
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemption, extending: HB 1925, HB 2087, SHB 2087, SB 5333, SSB 5333, SB 5445
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2613, HB 2778, * 2ESHB 2778, CH 32 (2016)
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions, extending and modifying: * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Alternative fuel vehicles, sales and use tax incentives: HB 1300, SB 5358
Antifreeze products, denatonium benzoate provisions, application of: HB 1014
Assault, vehicular, increasing additional fee and using portion for DUI reduction: HB 2706, E2SSB 5105, SB 6143
Auto malls, directional signs on state highways, authorizing DOT installation, when: HB 2555, SB 6468
Autonomous vehicles, testing of, rules of the road exemption, when: HB 2106
Bicycles, electric-assisted, stopping and proceeding through red light, allowing, conditions: SB 5438, * SSB 5438, CH 32 (2015)
Child restraints or safety belts, failure to use, as evidence of negligence in civil action: HB 2278
Commercial and recreational vehicles, deposit of non-fine moneys into dedicated account: EHB 1465, SB 5598
Commercial transportation services providers, excluding commuter ride-sharing from: * HB 2516, CH 21 (2016)
Commercial transportation services providers, personal vehicles used for, requirements: ESHB 2131, * ESSB 5550, CH 236 (2015), SB 6444
Commercial transportation services providers, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Commercial vehicles powered by clean alternative fuel, tax credits: SHB 1396, HB 2761, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Commercial vehicles powered by clean alternative fuel, tax exemptions and credits: HB 1396, SB 5325
Commercial vehicles, proportional registration and reciprocity, updating provisions: HB 1993, SHB 1993, * SB 5297, CH 228 (2015)
Conversion vending units, advisory committee concerning, convening: HB 2443, * SHB 2443, CH 167 (2016), SB 6496
Conversion vending units, L&I requirements, applicability and exemptions: HB 2443, * SHB 2443, CH 167 (2016), SB 6496
Dealers, various records, keeping in paper and then electronic form, when: HB 2512, SB 6326, * SSB 6326, CH 16 (2016) V
Dealers, wholesale, modifying definitions and provisions: HB 2898, SHB 2898, SB 6606, * ESSB 6606, CH 26 (2016) V
Electric personal assistive mobility device, adding certain one-wheeled devices to definition of: * HB 1884, CH 145 (2015)
Electric vehicles, additional annual registration renewal fees: HB 2087, SHB 2087, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Electric vehicles, charging infrastructure bank, establishing: SB 5333
Electric vehicles, charging infrastructure build-out, utility role: HB 1853, * SHB 1853, CH 220 (2015)
Electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, loan and grant pilot program: HB 2087, SHB 2087
Electric vehicles, charging stations, public or private use and signage: HB 2330
Electric vehicles, commercial infrastructure, in areas zoned for multifamily residences: SSB 5446
Electric vehicles, infrastructure bank, establishing: HB 1300, HB 1572, SB 5358, SB 5444, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Electric vehicles, infrastructure, in multifamily residences: HB 1929, SB 5446
Electric vehicles, infrastructure, vehicle readiness in buildings: SHB 1929
Electric vehicles, neighborhood and medium-speed, street and highway use: * HB 2317, CH 17 (2016)
Electric vehicles, supply equipment for electrical company ratepayers, user fee or other charge: SB 6176
Emissions, adoption of standards, modifying regulatory authority: HB 1487, SHB 1487, SB 5423
Emissions, manufacturers falsely certifying vehicles as meeting standards, violations and penalties: SB 6419
Fees for motor vehicle transactions, various, for transportation revenue: HB 1300, HB 2739, HB 2762, SB 5358, SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015), SB 6373
Fees for vehicle licensing, cost recovery fee charged by rental car businesses: * HB 2322, CH 18 (2016)
Fees for vehicle licensing, exemption for widow or widower with gold star license plates: SB 5634
Fees for vehicle licensing, proceeds, deposit in state patrol highway account: HB 1581, ESHB 1581, SB 6547, SSB 6547
Fees for vehicle licensing, proceeds, using for state patrol salaries and benefits: * E2SHB 2872, CH 28 (2016), SB 5304, SB 6331, SB 6547
Fees, local annual vehicle fee, imposition by transportation benefit district: HB 1757
Firearms, storage or transportation in private vehicle, lawful, business or employer policy prohibiting, to be unlawful: HB 2951
Firefighting apparatus, length and weight limits: * HB 1222, CH 16 (2015), SB 5457
For hire vehicles, operators using personal vehicles, mandatory insurance coverage for each vehicle: HB 2018
For hire vehicles, persons owning or leasing, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
For hire vehicles, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Headlights, daytime running head lamps, requirements: SB 5901
Homicide, vehicular, increasing additional fee and using portion for DUI reduction: HB 2706, E2SSB 5105, SB 6143
Homicide, vehicular, increasing punishment for: HB 2281, SHB 2281
Hybrid vehicles, annual registration renewal fees: SHB 2087
Hybrid vehicles, plug-in, annual registration renewal fee: HB 2087
Information technology in transportation, legislative task force on, establishing: HB 2956, SHB 2956
Lease contracts with vehicle dealers or purchases, cancellation, when, requirements: SB 6110
License plates, disabled veteran fee exemption, modifying qualifications: SB 5410, SSB 5410
License plates, fees and purchasing, modifying provisions: SB 5429
License plates, intermittent-use trailer plates: HB 1300, HB 1480, SB 5338, SB 5358, SB 5987
License plates, replacement, one plate option, when, fees: HB 1664
License plates, special, collector vehicle plates, modifying provisions: HB 2905
License plates, special, firefighter memorial plates, creating: HB 2709, SB 6416
License plates, special, firefighter memorial plates, creating, adding definition for: SB 6674
License plates, special, Fred Hutch plates, creating: HB 2920
License plates, special, gold star plates, for armed forces members' siblings, when: HB 1112, * SB 5085, CH 208 (2015)
License plates, special, gold star plates, vehicle licensing fee exemption for widow or widower with: SB 5634
License plates, special, national rifle association plates, creating: HB 2514, SB 6015, SSB 6015
License plates, special, purple heart plates for more than one vehicle: SB 6254, * SSB 6254, CH 31 (2016)
License plates, special, state tree plates, creating: HB 1430, SHB 1430
License plates, special, support public schools plates, creating to fund school safety measures: SB 6674
License plates, special, Washington farmers and ranchers plates, creating: HB 2017, * SHB 2017, CH 36 (2016)
License plates, special, Washington state wrestling plates, creating: HB 1830, * SHB 1830, CH 15 (2016), SB 5948
License plates, special, Washington tennis plates, creating: * HB 2262, CH 16 (2016)
License plates, special, Washington's fish collection plates, creating: HB 2422, * SB 6200, CH 30 (2016)
License plates, special, working Washington plates: HB 1227
License plates, vehicle manufactured without front plate display means, issuing one plate: HB 2419
Limousine operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Loads, public highway vehicle requirements and violations: HB 2818
Mopeds, operation on trails or in bicycle lanes: HB 1057
Mopeds, stopping and proceeding through red light, allowing, conditions: * SSB 5438, CH 32 (2015)
Motor homes and travel trailers, cargo-carrying extension on rear of: * SHB 2598, CH 22 (2016)
Motorcycles, alternative fuel, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5357
Motorcycles, electric, additional fee requirement: SB 5357
Motorcycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1748, SB 5198
Motorcycles, helmets, rider liability for manufacturer compliance failure, removing: HB 1244
Motorcycles, limited access facility use by, when: 2ESSB 5623
Motorcycles, motorcycle awareness month, celebrating: * SR 8627 (2015), * SR 8708 (2016)
Motorcycles, motorcycle safety education advisory board, meeting times: HB 1655
Motorcycles, operating between lanes or passing in same lane: HB 1515, SB 5623
Motorcycles, passing in same lane occupied by vehicle, when: 2ESSB 5623
Motorcyclists, liability insurance, mandatory: HB 2094, HB 2393
Motorcyclists, motorcycle- or motorcycle club-related paraphernalia, profiling based on, prohibiting: HB 2950, SB 6624
Off-road vehicles, exempting from discover pass requirements, when: HB 2740, SB 5627
Off-road vehicles, various provisions: * EHB 1918, CH 84 (2016)
Property offenses, motor vehicle, offender score provisions: SB 6350
Purchases of vehicles or lease contracts with dealers, cancellation, when, requirements: SB 6110
Recreational and commercial vehicles, deposit of non-fine moneys into dedicated account: EHB 1465, SB 5598
Recreational vehicles, cargo-carrying extension on rear of: HB 2598, SB 6501
Registration of vehicles, licensing entities to encourage purchasing of discover passes: HB 2937
Registration of vehicles, two-year registration periods, provisions: HB 1901
Registrations, authority of organizations representing dealers to process and issue: HB 2105
Repair facilities, written price estimates and invoices, as electronic copies: HB 2512, SB 6326, * SSB 6326, CH 16 (2016) V
Safety belts or child restraints, failure to use, as evidence of negligence in civil action: HB 2278
Sale, report of, deadlines for filing, modifying: HB 2821
Sale, report of, filed with incorrect buyer of subsequently abandoned vehicle: HB 2274, * ESHB 2274, CH 86 (2016)
Sales tax, vehicle sale to enrolled tribal member, documentation for exemption: HB 2783, ESHB 2783, SB 6427, * ESSB 6427, CH 232 (2016)
Service contracts, certain regulatory requirements: HB 2355, ESHB 2355, SB 6309, * ESSB 6309, CH 224 (2016)
Service contracts, employee personal vehicle use agreements exemption: * HB 2356, CH 125 (2016), SB 6301, SSB 6301
Snowmobile/off-road dealers, replacing licensure with Washington effective licensing port registration: HB 2622
Studded tires, fee: SB 5987, * 2ESSB 5987, CH 44 (2015)
Studded tires, permit and fee: HB 1300, HB 1653, SB 5358, SB 5610
Studded tires, retail sale of, imposing fee on: HB 1995
Taking a motor vehicle without permission, first degree, juvenile offender sentencing: SB 6529, SSB 6529
Taking a motor vehicle without permission, second degree, removing crime of: HB 2116
Taxicab companies, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Taxicab operators owning or leasing vehicle, industrial insurance provisions: HB 1821, SB 5710
Taxicabs, wheelchair accessible, use of high occupancy vehicle lanes by: SB 6627
Theft of motor vehicle, expanding definition to include taking without permission: HB 2116
Tires, maximum gross weights upon, modifying: HB 1486
Tires, waste, use in synthetic turf fields, establishing advisory group, study, restrictions, and requirements: SB 6540
Tires, waste, use in synthetic turf fields, safety concerns, procedures, and advisory committee: HB 2547
Titles, certificates of, authority of organizations representing dealers to process and issue: HB 2105
Titles, quick title service fee paid to subagent, apportionment: HB 1157, * SHB 1157, CH 1 (2015), SB 5025, SSB 5025
Tow truck operators, auction of private property impound, deficiency claims after: SB 5640, SSB 5640
Tow truck operators, nonimpound, licensing of: HB 1746, HB 1869
Tow truck operators, office hours: HB 1195, * SB 5207, CH 227 (2015)
Tow truck operators, service member towing costs and penalties liability waiver, when: SB 5038
Trailers, intermittent-use trailer license plates, requirements: HB 1300, HB 1480, SB 5338, SB 5358, SB 5987
Trailers, intermittent-use, permanent registration and standard issue license plates for: * SHB 1480, CH 200 (2015)
Trailers, travel, collector vehicle license plates for: * SHB 1480, CH 200 (2015)
Transfers, of vehicle between family members, use tax reduction for member acquiring, when: HB 1990
Transfers, vehicle transfer protection act, concerning reports of sale and certificates of title: HB 2474
Transportation network companies, personal vehicles used for, requirements: SB 5550
Transportation services providers, commercial, personal vehicles used for, requirements: ESHB 2131, * ESSB 5550, CH 236 (2015), SB 6444
Transportation services providers, commercial, surety bonds and liability insurance, state regulatory preemption: HB 2733
Travel trailers and motor homes, cargo-carrying extension on rear of: * SHB 2598, CH 22 (2016)
Vehicular homicide, by operation of vehicle in reckless manner, seriousness level: SB 6219, * SSB 6219, CH 6 (2016)
Weight, agricultural commodities, vehicle weight limits when carrying: HB 2611, SB 6265, SSB 6265
Weight, vehicle maximum gross weights and formula for calculating: * HB 2651, CH 24 (2016), SB 6357
MUSEUMS  MUSEUMS RSS Feed
               
Firearms, transfer for temporary exhibition, background check exemption for: HB 1533
State capital historical museum, transferring responsibility to DES: HB 2245, HB 2252, SHB 2252
MUSIC  MUSIC RSS Feed
               
Cultural resources and art, as components of state environmental policy: HB 2972, SB 6646
Music education, elementary school opportunities for, requirements: HB 1996, SB 5930, SB 6588
Music licensing agencies, regulating: HB 1763, SHB 1763, * E2SHB 1763, CH 38 (2016)
Musicians, noncompetition agreements, voiding: HB 2406
Performing rights societies, regulating: * E2SHB 1763, CH 38 (2016)
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining agreements, digital copy submission: ESB 5854
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining to be considered as open public meetings: HB 2829, SB 6126, SSB 6126
Symphony musicians, collective bargaining to be open public meetings: HB 2490, SSB 5329
Wagner, Meghan, her work as a music educator: SR 8713