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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: HB 1514, ESHB 1514, SB 5520
Communities, landlord duties and obligations: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627
Communities, manufactured housing and mobile homes, outside urban growth areas: HB 2518
Communities, manufactured housing, closure or conversion, relocation assistance: ESHB 1884
Communities, manufactured housing, outside urban growth areas: HB 1846, SB 5615
Communities, mobile home parks, closure or conversion, relocation assistance: HB 1884, ESHB 1884, SB 5678
Communities, preserving in event of voluntary sale of, requirements: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627
Communities, sale of, exemption for, when, extending: HB 1798, SHB 1798, SB 5627, SSB 5627
Disabilities, persons retired due to, leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Disabilities, persons retired due to, owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
Fees, deposit into construction registration inspection account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Installation, infractions, monetary penalties for: * HB 1329, CH 10 (2017), SB 5341
Manufactured/mobile homes and park model trailers, foreclosure or distraint sales: HB 2537, SB 6183, SSB 6183
Manufactured/mobile homes and park model trailers, property tax exemption, when: HB 1998
Mobile home lots, additional charges, landlord verification for tenant: HB 1822
Rental agreements, renewal and nonrenewal of, requirements: HB 1720
Rental assistance program, mobile home/manufactured housing, for low-income tenants: HB 2918, SHB 2918
Senior citizens leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Senior citizens owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
Subdivisions, manufactured housing or mobile homes, outside urban growth areas: HB 2518
Trailers, park model, pre-1976, property tax exemption: HB 1998
Trailers, park model, siting on private residential land, prohibiting restricting of: HB 2939
Veterans, total disability, leasing in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2917
Veterans, total disability, owning home in community/park, property tax exemption: HB 2935
MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY  MANUFACTURING AND TECHNOLOGY RSS Feed
               (See also AERONAUTICS; COMPUTERS; DRUGS; ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS; ENERGY; FOOD AND FOOD PRODUCTS; HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HAZARDOUS WASTE; METALS; MOTOR VEHICLES; TAX PREFERENCES - EXEMPTIONS, CREDITS, DEDUCTIONS, DEFERRALS, ETC.; TELECOMMUNICATIONS)
Building materials, sustainable, incentive program grants for manufacturers: HB 2631
High-technology businesses, R&D by certain manufacturers, tax credit and deferral: HB 1894, SHB 1894, SB 5630, SB 6411
High-technology businesses, research and development by, tax preferences: HB 1894, SHB 1894, SB 5630, SB 6411
Industrial/manufacturing facilities, in targeted county areas, property tax exemption: SB 5204
Manufacturing and production occupations, investing deferred sales tax in training for: SB 6481
Manufacturing facilities, sales tax deferral on construction/expenditure costs of: SB 6481
Projects of statewide significance, tax credit for investments in: SB 6538
Robotics, Kettle Falls canine crusaders FIRST robotics team and Naomi Edwards, recognizing: SR 8695
Rural manufacturers, various, B&O tax rate relief for: HB 2947, HB 2992, SHB 2992, SB 6596
MAPS AND MAPPING  MAPS AND MAPPING RSS Feed
               
Monument coordinates, to conform with Washington plane coordinate system: HB 2973
Monumentation of marks, national spatial reference system relation to: HB 2973
Surveyor, state, chief surveyor of DNR to be: HB 2973
Surveys and maps, official agency for, advisory board associated with, membership: HB 2973
Washington plane coordinate system, revising coordinate system and renaming as: HB 2391
MARINE WATERS, STATE  MARINE WATERS, STATE RSS Feed
               (See also BOATS AND BOATING; COMMERCIAL VESSELS AND SHIPPING; FISH; FISHING; OCEAN WATERS AND RESOURCES; OIL AND GAS; PILOTAGE COMMISSIONERS, BOARD; PUBLIC LANDS; PUGET SOUND PARTNERSHIP; SHELLFISH; SHORELINES AND SHORELINE MANAGEMENT)
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, analysis of: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, facility inspections: HB 2418, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Aquaculture, nonnative finfish, single-sex requirement: HB 2956
Aquatic reserves, Cherry Point, order enlarging, rescinding: SB 5171
Aquatic reserves, DNR establishment or enlargement, requiring legislation: SB 5171
Emergency response towing vessel and system, establishing: SB 6267
Harbors, harbor maintenance tax, federal, requesting that Congress reform: EHJM 4012, * ESJM 8008 (2018)
Hiram M. Chittenden locks in Ballard, centennial of, celebrating: * HR 4638 (2017)
Hood Canal, aquatic rehabilitation program, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, * E2SHB 1080, CH 3 (2018), HB 2394, SB 5090, SSB 5090, SB 6089, SSB 6089, SB 6094
Invasive species, aquatic, comprehensive approach for managing: HB 1429, SHB 1429, SB 5303, * ESSB 5303, CH 17 (2017)
Orcas, recovery strategies, improving coordination of, convening meeting for: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, southern resident orca whales, lawful speed when near: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, southern resident population, human-generated marine noise, addressing: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, southern resident population, recovery of: HB 2417
Orcas, southern resident, required distance for vessels and aircraft from: ESSB 5886, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, southern resident, whale viewing activity, patrols by DFW during: ESSB 5886, SB 6268, SSB 6268, E2SSB 6268
Orcas, unlawful orca captivity, misdemeanor: SB 6099, SSB 6099
Puget Sound region, maritime shipbuilding/ship repair prevailing wage rate for: HB 2742, SHB 2742, SB 6326
Puget Sound, hatchery and genetic management plans, NOAA fisheries review of: SJM 8009
Puget Sound, nearshore areas, toxic substance removal, report on: SB 6422
Puget Sound, rehabilitation of, bond proceeds for: HB 1080, SHB 1080, SB 5090, SSB 5090
Puget Sound, water quality protection, action agenda updates, frequency of: HB 1121, * SHB 1121, CH 54 (2017)
Salmon, Atlantic, 2017 escapement, impact on native salmon, studying: SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility construction and leases, delaying: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture facility inspections: HB 2418, * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture leases, permits, and authorizations, prohibitions: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, analysis of: HB 2418
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, B&O taxation of: HB 2984
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, commercial marine net pen, state guidance: * EHB 2957, CH 179 (2018) PV, SHB 2957, SB 6086, SSB 6086, 2SSB 6086
Salmon, Atlantic, aquaculture, single-sex requirement: HB 2956
Salmon, Atlantic, cultivation in state waters, prohibiting: HB 2260
Salmon, Atlantic, taxation as enhanced food fish when possessed commercially: HB 2984
Vessel traffic and safety, in certain marine waters, report of: SB 6269, SSB 6269, * E2SSB 6269, CH 262 (2018)
Waterways, cross-boundary, Salish Sea shared waters forum, establishing: SB 6269, SSB 6269, * E2SSB 6269, CH 262 (2018)
MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS  MARRIAGE AND MARRIED PERSONS RSS Feed
               (See also DOMESTIC RELATIONS; DOMESTIC VIOLENCE; MILITARY)
Age, minimum for contracting a marriage: HB 2376, HB 3012
Child marriage, voiding and prohibiting: HB 3012
Dissolution and separation, marital partners rights/responsibilities handbook: HB 2246
Dissolution and separation, parenting plans and additional provisions: HB 1554, HB 2246, * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Dissolution proceedings and dependency, legal representation for parents, when: * 2ESSB 5890, CH 20 (2017) PV
Employer gifts to employees based on marital status, allowing, when: HB 1947
Solemnizing of marriages and license issuance by county auditors: HB 2314
Solemnizing of marriages by commissioners of courts of limited jurisdiction: HB 1221
Solemnizing of marriages by state and local elected officials: HB 2385
Solemnizing of marriages by tribal court judges, authority: * HB 1091, CH 130 (2017)
Union of one man and one woman, religious beliefs and conscience concerning: HB 1178
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY, WASHINGTON  MATERIALS MANAGEMENT AND FINANCING AUTHORITY, WASHINGTON RSS Feed
               
Electronic products, electronic waste recycling program, authority role: HB 1226, HB 1824, ESHB 1824, SB 5136
MENTAL HEALTH  MENTAL HEALTH RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE; COUNSELORS AND COUNSELING; PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHIATRISTS; PSYCHOLOGISTS)
ARNPs and physician assistants, psychiatric, role of: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Assisted outpatient mental health treatment, renaming: SB 6491, * ESSB 6491, CH 291 (2018)
Behavioral health and suicide prevention, agricultural workers, pilot program, establishing: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Behavioral health and suicide prevention, agricultural workers, task force on, convening: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transfer to HCA, work group for: SSB 5259
Behavioral health authority, designation of state, transferring to health care authority: HB 1388, * 2ESHB 1388, CH 201 (2018), SB 5259, SSB 5259
Behavioral health care, integrating into foster child managed health care plan: HB 2530, * SHB 2530, CH 27 (2018), SB 6436
Behavioral health licensees, fraudulent license transfers by, prohibiting: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health licensees, violations reduction by DSHS, prohibiting, when: SB 5705, * SSB 5705, CH 330 (2017)
Behavioral health organizations, serving homeless, developing strategies for: SB 5903
Behavioral health services, assisted outpatient behavioral health treatment: SB 6491, * ESSB 6491, CH 291 (2018)
Behavioral health services, audits, HCA and DSHS requirements, modifying: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, community, behavioral health bonds for: SB 6468, SSB 6468
Behavioral health services, DSHS documentation requirements, DSHS to review: SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, DSHS policies for providers and related staff, review of: SB 6496
Behavioral health services, fully integrated managed health care system: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Behavioral health services, HCA documentation requirements, HCA to review: * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017)
Behavioral health services, mental health field response grant program: * HB 2892, CH 142 (2018)
Behavioral health services, mental health field response team grant program: SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Behavioral health services, payment codes and reimbursement: SB 5779, * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, physical health integration, work group on: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, bidirectional integration model: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health services, primary care settings, integration model: SB 5779
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies and duplications: HB 1819
Behavioral health services, provision of, reducing inefficiencies/duplications: SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749
Behavioral health services, substance use disorder treatment, prior authorization: HB 2572, SHB 2572, 2SHB 2572
Behavioral health services, whole-person care that includes: * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Behavioral health system, managed care, community facilities, outpatient treatment: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health system, reforming provision of long-term psychiatric care: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Behavioral health, certain DSHS functions, transferring to department of health: HB 1388, * 2ESHB 1388, CH 201 (2018), SB 5259, SSB 5259
Caregivers, for nursing home patients with behavioral health needs, curricula for: HB 1548, * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Caregivers, for persons with severe mental illness, respite services pilot projects: HB 1197
Caregivers, geriatric behavioral health workers, provisions concerning: * ESHB 1548, CH 200 (2017)
Child care, behavioral concerns consultation program: HB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Children's behavioral rehabilitation services rates: * EHB 2008, CH 208 (2018) PV, HB 2800, SB 6013, SSB 6013
Children's mental and behavioral health disorders, access line via DSHS: HB 1713, SB 5763
Children's mental health services, facilitating referrals to, program for: HB 2451, SHB 2451, SB 6452, * SSB 6452, CH 288 (2018)
Children's mental health services, managed care and tribal organizations, medicaid: SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), * SSB 5779, CH 226 (2017) PV
Children's mental health services, managed care systems, through medicaid: HB 1713, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Children's mental health services, minor-requested, parental notification: SB 5709
Children's mental health services, parent-initiated, role of parent: SB 5706, SSB 5706
Children's mental health work group, establishing: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Children's mental health work group, recommendations of, implementing: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), HB 1819, SHB 1819, * E2SHB 1819, CH 207 (2017), SB 5749, SSB 5749, 2SSB 5749, SB 5763, SSB 5763
Clubhouses, expanding availability of: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Code 4 Northwest crisis service, Steve Redmond, honoring: * HR 4628 (2017)
College students, mental health counseling and services for, evaluating: HB 1651, SHB 1651
Commitment, involuntary, additional treatment for criminally insane, petition: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Commitment, involuntary, additional treatment, petition for: * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Commitment, involuntary, conducting court hearings by video: SB 6124, * SSB 6124, CH 305 (2018)
Commitment, involuntary, decision not to detain, petition for review of: HB 1162, SB 5103, SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, detained then released, firearm possession prohibition: SB 5441, SSB 5441
Commitment, involuntary, detention evaluation in emergency room: SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Commitment, involuntary, detention standards: HB 1259
Commitment, involuntary, diversion of veterans from: HB 2958
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, community hospital/facility role: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, discharge planning: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Commitment, involuntary, for long-term treatment, via managed care: SB 6573, SSB 6573
Commitment, involuntary, less-restrictive alternative or conditional release orders: HB 1069, SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017)
Community behavioral health services act, renaming previous act as: HB 2489, ESHB 2489, SB 6150, SSB 6150, 2SSB 6150
Community behavioral health services, capital improvements for, bonds to fund: SB 6468, SSB 6468
Community mental health services act, renaming: HB 2489, ESHB 2489, SB 6150, SSB 6150, 2SSB 6150
Competency evaluations, professionals available to conduct, survey and contact list: SB 6497
Conversion therapy, practicing on minor, as provider unprofessional conduct, when: HB 2753, * SB 5722, CH 300 (2018)
Counselors, mental health, vulnerable student access in every school to: SB 6618
Criminal offenders, behavioral health issues, diversion center pilot project: HB 2287, SHB 2287, SB 6060
Criminally insane, commitment changes, public safety review panel review: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Criminally insane, public safety review panel authority: HB 1355, SHB 1355, SB 5278
Criminally insane, release of, notification of law enforcement: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Criminally insane, release of, notification requirements: SB 6466
Crisis Clinic, executive director Kathleen Southwick, honoring: * SR 8636 (2017)
Crisis intervention response team pilot project, creating: HB 2234, SB 5970
Crisis walk-in centers, implementing: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Depression screening, for children of certain ages, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Depression screening, for maternal depression, through medicaid: SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017)
Depression, partnership access line for moms and kids program: SHB 2451, SB 6452, * SSB 6452, CH 288 (2018)
Depression, pregnant women and new mothers, diagnosis/treatment program: HB 2451, SHB 2451, SB 6452, * SSB 6452, CH 288 (2018)
Designated crisis responders, role of: SB 5106, * 2ESSB 5106, CH 14 (2017), SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Eating disorders, children and youth, treatment data: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Evidence, admissibility of mental health, in certain discrimination claims: SB 5566
Evidence, mental health in certain discrimination claims, when at issue: * SB 6027, CH 70 (2018)
Funding for mental health, developmental disability/mental health property tax levy: E2SHB 2006
Funding for mental health, using certain funds to supplant existing funding, when: HB 2006, SHB 2006, E2SHB 2006
Funding for mental health, using certain local sales/use tax revenue for: HB 2799
Higher education, suicide prevention and behavioral health, approaches: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513, SB 6514, * SSB 6514, CH 293 (2018)
Hospitals, adding psychiatric beds, certificate of need exemption for, when: HB 1547, * ESHB 1547, CH 199 (2017), SB 5446
Hospitals, institutionalized patient nursing care providers, PSERS membership: HB 1558, * SHB 1558, CH 241 (2018)
Hospitals, state, commitment after violent felony and subsequent release: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, coordinated quality improvement programs: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, long-term forensic patients at, reentry community safety program for: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, placing under licensing authority of department of health: SB 5512, SSB 5512
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP and physician assistant use at: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP residency program plan for: SB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric ARNP training program plan for: ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, psychiatric hospital managed care risk model for, creating: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, public safety and community policing services: HB 1370, SB 5159
Hospitals, state, reimbursement using quarterly average census data: HB 1996, * SB 5595, CH 222 (2017)
Hospitals, state, release of criminally insane person, notification requirements: SB 6466
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to community hospitals, when: HB 1546, HB 2067, 2EHB 2107, SB 5434, SSB 5434, SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term placements to evaluation/treatment centers: 2EHB 2107
Hospitals, state, shifting long-term treatment to community services via managed care: SB 6573, SSB 6573
Incompetent persons, health care informed consent for: HB 2541, ESHB 2541
Incompetent to stand trial, for violent felony, forensic commitment and release of: SB 6466
Incompetent to stand trial, violent act history, firearm possession, barring from: SB 6297, SSB 6297
Insanity, not guilty by reason of, commitment changes, review or intervention: HB 2289, SHB 2289
Law enforcement agencies, mental health field response grant program: * HB 2892, CH 142 (2018)
Law enforcement agencies, mental health field response team grant program: SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Law enforcement officer mental health training: * ESHB 3003, CH 10 (2018)
Law enforcement officer mental health training, I-940: * SI 940, CH 11 (2018), * HI 940, CH 11 (2018)
Law enforcement officer mental health training, SHB 3003 concerning, cutoff date exemption for: * HCR 4415 (2018)
Legal financial obligations, mentally ill offender's failure to pay: HB 1093, HB 1783, SHB 1783, * E2SHB 1783, CH 269 (2018)
Medications, step therapy, mandatory, restricting use of: SB 5782, SSB 5782
Mental health counselors, vulnerable student access in every school to: SB 6618
Mental health field response teams, law enforcement, using mental health professionals: SSB 5970, 2SSB 5970
Mental health field response, law enforcement, using mental health professionals: * HB 2892, CH 142 (2018)
Murder, of family member, person threatening, mental health evaluation/treatment: HB 1972
Occupation disease claims, for mental conditions/disabilities, by LEOFF members: SHB 1655
Personal needs allowance, medicaid services, increasing: HB 1772, * SB 5118, CH 270 (2017)
Post-traumatic stress injury, education about, recognizing importance of: SR 8713
Posttraumatic stress disorder, occupational disease presumption, when: HB 1655
Professionals, mental health, substance use disorder civil commitment evaluations: HB 1753, ESHB 1753, SB 5580
Records, mental health services, use and disclosure, when: HB 1413, SHB 1413, SB 5435, * SSB 5435, CH 325 (2017)
School counselors, psychologists, and social workers, task force on, convening: HB 1377, SHB 1377
Sexually exploited youth, commercially, mental health treatment for: HB 2857, SHB 2857
Store and forward technology, services for children, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Students, distress and suicide prevention training modules for school staff: HB 2496, SB 6141, SSB 6141
Students, distress response plan, to include abuse hotline policy in: HB 1563
Students, mental health needs, roles of OSPI and ESD's: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Students, mental health needs, school mental health professional collaboration time: HB 1377, SHB 1377, * 2SHB 1377, CH 200 (2018)
Students, psychotropic medications or screening, school requiring, prohibiting: HB 1788, SB 5448
Students, regional mental health coordinators for educational service districts: HB 2496, SB 6141
Students, social-emotional learning, staff to support, funds allocation for: HB 1621
Substance use disorder, treatment, utilization management review limitations, removing: SHB 2572, 2SHB 2572
Suicide awareness, suicide-safer homes project, task force, and account, creating: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide awareness, suicide-safer homes task force and subcommittees, provisions: HB 1612, SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, agricultural workers, pilot program, establishing: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Suicide prevention and behavioral health, agricultural workers, task force on, convening: HB 2671, SHB 2671, * 2SHB 2671, CH 95 (2018)
Suicide prevention in higher education, statewide resource and grant program: HB 1379, SHB 1379, HB 2513, SB 6514, * SSB 6514, CH 293 (2018)
Suicide prevention, dental students and dentists, training curriculum for: SHB 1612, * E2SHB 1612, CH 262 (2017) PV
Suicide prevention, firearms transfers for: SHB 1612, HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5552, * ESSB 5552, CH 264 (2017)
Suicide prevention, voluntary waiver of firearm rights: SB 5553, * SSB 5553, CH 145 (2018)
Telemedicine, behavioral health services for children, through medicaid: HB 1713, SHB 1713, * E2SHB 1713, CH 202 (2017), SB 5763, SSB 5763
Trauma-informed care, early childhood mental health training and consultation program: SHB 1713
Treatment and services, local tax revenues for: SB 5903
Treatment programs, admitting minor to and keeping them in, authority for: HB 1424
Treatment, assisted outpatient, adding substance use disorder and renaming: SB 6491, * ESSB 6491, CH 291 (2018)
Treatment, assisted outpatient, initial evaluation and petitioning for: SB 5894, ESSB 5894
Treatment, certified community long-term involuntary treatment facilities: ESSB 5894
Treatment, excluding residential housing cost payments from supported housing: HB 1545
Treatment, for commercially sexually exploited youth: HB 2857, SHB 2857
Treatment, parent-initiated process, advisory group to review, convening: HB 2779, SHB 2779, * E2SHB 2779, CH 175 (2018), SB 6485, SSB 6485
Veterans attending colleges, mental health counselors for: HB 1737, SB 5525
Veterans, diversion from involuntary commitment: HB 2958
Violent threats against person by patient, mental health provider responsibility: HB 1810, ESB 5800
Workers' compensation, for mental conditions/disabilities, claims by LEOFF members: SHB 1655
Workers' compensation, mental health therapy and evaluation services: HB 2865, SB 6448
METALS  METALS RSS Feed
               (See also HAZARDOUS MATERIALS; HEALTH AND SAFETY, PUBLIC; MINES AND MINING)
Geothermal power plants, metals brought to surface by, JCDREAM duties: SB 6350, SSB 6350
Metal property crimes, property seizure and forfeiture, procedures and reporting: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for producing, sales/use exemptions: SSB 5260, SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing of, various tax preferences, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor materials, manufacturing/processing of, B&O tax preferential rate: SB 5916, SSB 5916, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Semiconductor microchips, manufacturing of, B&O tax exemption, contingency: * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Silicon, electricity or gas sold to smelters, tax preferences for: HB 1403, SHB 1403, SB 5515, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Silicon, semiconductor materials, gas and chemicals for, sales tax exemption: SB 5260
Silicon, solar energy manufacturing and wholesaling, preferential B&O tax rate: SB 5260, SSB 5260, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
MILITARY  MILITARY RSS Feed
               (See also DISCRIMINATION; FIREARMS)
Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts, veterans, naming I-5 bridges over Nisqually river for: HJM 4007, SHJM 4007, SJM 8005, SSJM 8005
Afghanistan and Iraq veterans bridge, requesting naming of brown farm road NE bridge over I-5 as: HJM 4018, SHJM 4018
Alcohol concentration, allowed when driving, flying, or operating vessel, lowering: HB 1874
Amtrak derailment, military personnel and facilities providing aid after, honoring: * HR 4662 (2018), * SR 8696 (2018)
Bases, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, 100th anniversary, recognizing: * HR 4622 (2017), * SR 8627 (2017)
Boyington, Gregory "Pappy", U.S. marine corps World War II combat pilot, honoring: * HR 4679 (2018)
Brown, Frank M., army air corp first lieutenant, honoring and remembering: * SR 8648 (2017)
Buffalo Soldiers, 9th and 10th horse cavalry regiments, honoring: * HR 4615 (2017)
Businesses, servicemember-owned, state contracting disparities involving, addressing: HB 2950
Civil air patrol, recognizing the Washington state wing: * SR 8616 (2017)
Coast guard, petty officer Matthew E. Schlimme, requesting naming of cutter after: HJM 4011
College "resident student," uniformed services member spouse/child as, when: * SB 5778, CH 191 (2017)
College tuition/fees waiver, national guard child or spouse, requirements: HB 2464
College tuition/fees waiver, national guard, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
Davidson, William L., army air corp captain, honoring and remembering: * SR 8648 (2017)
Died in service, gold star plate-recipient spouses, certain fee exemptions for: HB 1320, SB 5209
Died in service, member who, widow/widower vehicle/plate fees, exemption, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
Duffie, Joe, army and national guard veteran, recognizing: * SR 8672 (2017)
Electronics ratings, military, qualifications for EL06 and EL07 certification: HB 2123
Emergency management, coordinating with cybersecurity, task force on: HB 2086
Emergency management, first informer broadcasters, military department role: HB 2415, SHB 2415, SB 6056
Eubank, Dave, Free Burma Rangers founder, and his family, efforts to aid ISIS victims, recognizing: * SR 8676 (2017)
Filipino American veterans of World War II, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino and American veterans of World War II, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
Grashio, Samuel, memorial highway, renaming a part of SR 395 as: SJM 8011
Hate crimes, due to military status: HB 1986
Information technology systems and infrastructure, testing security of, MD role: HB 1929, SHB 1929, 2SHB 1929, HB 2172
Installations, critical infrastructure facilities, operating unmanned aircraft over, prohibiting: SB 6356
Installations, military, transportation planning regional funding priority: SB 6108
Installations, U.S. armed services, protecting from incompatible growth: HB 2111, HB 2341, SB 6456, SSB 6456
Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, veterans, naming I-5 bridges over Nisqually river for: HJM 4007, SHJM 4007, SJM 8005, SSJM 8005
Japanese-American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4673 (2018)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and activists, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2017)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and protectors, recognizing: * SR 8614 (2017), * SR 8706 (2018)
Killed in line of duty, spouses of members who were, property tax exemption for: SB 5104, SSB 5104, SB 6300
Legal services, pro bono, office of military and veteran legal assistance, creating: HB 1055, * SHB 1055, CH 163 (2017), SB 5021, SSB 5021, 2SSB 5021
Member of armed forces, nonresident, motor vehicles used by, use tax exemption: HB 2713
Member of military, malicious harassment of: HB 1986
Member or employee of military, assault in third degree involving: HB 1986
Members, officers/employees of state/political subdivisions, military leave calculation: * HB 2851, CH 99 (2018)
Members, with disabilities, recreational/rehabilitation facility for, tax exemptions: HB 2550, SHB 2550, SB 6167
Military benefit financing pilot projects, establishing: HB 2635, SHB 2635, SB 6272
Military benefit zones, creating, using to finance public improvements: HB 2635, SHB 2635, SB 6272
Military department, adjutant general role in convening cybersecurity panel: SHB 1418
Military department, protecting occupants of national guard facilities: SB 5405, SSB 5405
Military reservation, recreational/rehabilitation facility on, tax exemptions: HB 2550, SHB 2550, SB 6167
Militia, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
National guard, college tuition/fees waiver for child or spouse, requirements: HB 2464
National guard, college tuition/fees waiver, to include domestic support personnel: * SB 5826, CH 127 (2017)
National guard, complimentary discover pass for member, when: HB 2142
National guard, occupants of facilities of, military department protection of: SB 5405, SSB 5405
National guard, Seattle pier 91 armory property, creating interbay committee for: HB 2134
National guard, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
National guard, Washington, recognizing and thanking: * HR 4639 (2017), * HR 4663 (2018), * SR 8650 (2017), * SR 8692 (2018)
Navy and navy personnel, contributions of, recognizing: * HR 4637 (2017)
Navy appreciation day, celebrating: * SR 8649 (2017), * SR 8715 (2018)
Navy in Washington state, celebrating: * HR 4678 (2018)
Navy, personnel and their family members and friends, recognizing: * HR 4637 (2017)
Nuclear attack planning, removing emergency management plan prohibition on: HB 2214, SB 5936
Opportunities, educational/employment, association of Washington generals role: SHB 1984
Post-traumatic stress injury, in combat, importance of education about: SR 8713
POW/MIA flag, national league of families', display requirements: * HB 1204, CH 79 (2017)
POW/MIA flag, national league of families', flying on higher education campuses: HB 1220
POWs, child or spouse of, higher education waiver to include stipend, when: HB 2009, SHB 2009, * E2SHB 2009, CH 129 (2018)
Professional licensing, certification, etc., for members and spouses: HB 1978, * SB 5359, CH 184 (2017)
Retirement, LEOFF plan 2, interruptive service credit requirement, studying: * SB 5661, CH 188 (2017)
Retirement, WSPRS, military service credit for: HB 1173, SB 5061
Schlimme, Matthew E., petty officer, requesting naming of coast guard cutter after: HJM 4011
Seizure and forfeiture of property, proceedings for, service member protections: HB 2718, SHB 2718, E2SHB 2718
Services through companies, active duty member termination of contracts for: * HB 1056, CH 197 (2018), SB 5041, SB 6017
Shared leave program, state, uniformed service member, veteran, or spouse, when: * E2SHB 1802, CH 173 (2017)
Shared leave program, state, uniformed service pool, members and spouses: HB 1802
Spouses of members deployed overseas, unemployment compensation for, studying: HB 2456, SHB 2456
Spouses of members, EMT or paramedic limited certification: HB 2498
Spouses of members, increasing employment opportunities for: HB 2456, SHB 2456
State guard, complimentary discover pass for member, when: HB 2142
State guard, retirement age, extensions of, when: HB 2004, SHB 2004, 2SHB 2004
State guard, using to enforce federal immigration laws, prohibiting: SB 5852
Students, extracurricular activities, including varsity, eligibility for: HB 1023, SB 5117
Uniformed service shared leave pool, state employee, members and spouses: HB 1802
USS Olympia submarine and its crew, honoring: * HR 4609 (2017), * SR 8607 (2017)
War, period of, modifying definition of "veteran" in reference to: HB 2645, HB 2701, * ESHB 2701, CH 61 (2018), SB 6377, SSB 6377
World War I armistice day (Veterans day), 100th anniversary of, commemorating: * SR 8728 (2018)
World War I veterans memorial bridge, requesting naming of south Tacoma way bridge over I-5 as: HJM 4019, SHJM 4019
World War I, one-hundredth anniversary of U.S.A.'s entry into: * HR 4641 (2017)
World War I, Washington's veterans of, honoring: * HR 4641 (2017)
World War II, Filipino American veterans of, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
World War II, Filipino and American veterans of, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
MILITARY DEPARTMENT  MILITARY DEPARTMENT RSS Feed
               
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Elections infrastructure, continuity of election operations plans, department role: HB 2528, * SHB 2528, CH 26 (2018)
Emergency management, government continuity of planning: HB 2263, SHB 2263, SB 6011, SSB 6011
Emergency management-cybersecurity coordination, task force on, department role: HB 2086
Voter registration, department as qualified agency for: E3SSB 6353
MINES AND MINING  MINES AND MINING RSS Feed
               
Coal mine lands, certain nonprofit-owned former, property tax exemption, when: HB 1391, SHB 1391
Geothermal resources, development of, various strategies: SB 6350
Geothermal resources, exploration for, permitting process, revising: SB 5470, * ESSB 5470, CH 259 (2017)
Geothermal resources, state-owned lands inventory and map: SSB 6350
Mineral resources and resource lands, growth management planning involving: HB 1225, SHB 1225, HB 2942, SHB 2942
Motorized prospecting, pollutant discharge elimination, general permit for: HB 1106
Motorized small scale mining, pollutant discharge elimination general permit for: SB 6412
Nonmotorized small scale prospecting and mining, permit and fee exemption: HB 1077
Surface mining, permits, fees for: * HB 1406, CH 27 (2017)
MINORITIES  MINORITIES RSS Feed
               (See also AFRICAN-AMERICAN AFFAIRS, COMMISSION; AFRICAN-AMERICANS; ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN AFFAIRS, STATE COMMISSION; ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS; DISCRIMINATION; GENDER IDENTITY; HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION; IMMIGRATION, IMMIGRANTS, AND IMMIGRATION STATUS; INDIANS; SEXUAL ORIENTATION)
Businesses, minority-owned, state contracting disparities involving, addressing: HB 2950
Businesses, minority-owned, U of W medical facility alternative contracting: HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, honoring: * SR 8642 (2017)
Chavez, Cesar, recognizing March thirty-first as Cesar Chavez day: * HB 1939, CH 307 (2018), SB 5913
Clinical trials for drugs and medical devices, diversity program for: HB 2304, SB 6506
Communication plans, life safety information for limited-English proficient persons: * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Court interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, oath requirements: * HB 1285, CH 83 (2017)
Court interpreters for non-English-speaking persons, providing/reimbursing: HB 1186, SHB 1186
Estonians in Washington, recognizing Estonian independence day: * SR 8707 (2018)
Ethnic studies, model school curriculum, development and advisory committee: HB 1294
Ethnicity, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: * EHB 2097, CH 303 (2018) PV, SB 5828
Eubank, Dave, humanitarian organization Free Burma Rangers founder, and his family, recognizing: * SR 8676 (2017)
Executive order 9066, seventy-fifth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4613 (2017), * SR 8614 (2017)
Executive order 9066, seventy-sixth anniversary, acknowledging: * HR 4673 (2018), * SR 8706 (2018)
Facilities, public, impact on ethnically diverse/high poverty area, mitigation of: HB 2093, SB 5725, SSB 5725
Filipino American World War II veterans, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino Americans and Filipino American history month, celebrating: * HR 4619 (2017)
Filipino Americans in Washington state, contributions of, recognizing: * SR 8697 (2018)
Filipino and American veterans of World War II, congressional gold medal recipients, congratulating: * HR 4675 (2018)
Girl scouts of western Washington, recognizing: * SR 8685 (2018)
Hate crimes or harassment, due to immigration/national origin/citizenship status, assistance: ESHB 2029, 2SHB 2029
Health care facility beds, relocation of, effect on access for underserved groups: HB 2589
Interpreters, educational, for persons with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Italy, Sons of, legacy and value of, recognizing: * SR 8680 (2018)
Japanese-American veterans, incarcerees, and civil rights activists, recognizing: * HR 4673 (2018)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and activists, recognizing: * HR 4613 (2017)
Japanese-American World War II internees, veterans, and protectors, recognizing: * SR 8614 (2017), * SR 8706 (2018)
Korean-American day, tenth anniversary, celebrating: * SR 8603 (2017)
Language access providers, spoken language services from, agency purchasing: HB 1869, SB 5682
Language access, for students and parents with limited English proficiency: HB 1295, HB 1451
Law enforcement and minority communities, data collection methodology: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Law enforcement officer diversity and community engagement, studying: HB 1529, SB 5073, SSB 5073
Law enforcement officer diversity, how to increase, studying: HB 1769
Minority affairs, commission on, abolishing certain commissions and creating: HB 2183
National origin, public agency disclosure to federal authorities, prohibitions: * EHB 2097, CH 303 (2018) PV, SB 5828
Notices, about emergencies and disasters, for limited-English-proficient persons: HB 1540, SHB 1540, 2SHB 1540, SB 5046, * SSB 5046, CH 312 (2017)
Nowruz, the Persian new year, celebrating the spring equinox as: * SR 8631 (2017)
Pacific islanders, COFA citizens, health care premium assistance program for: HB 1291, SHB 1291, 2SHB 1291, SB 5683, * SSB 5683, CH 161 (2018)
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, creating: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
Registration or surveillance programs, aiding of, prohibiting, when: HB 1985, SB 5689, SSB 5689, 2SSB 5689
Spanish speakers, participation in family medicine residency programs: SB 5072
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and "native language": HB 1686, HB 2615, SB 5489
Transitional bilingual instruction program, "eligible pupil" and role of native language: HB 2616
Transitional bilingual instruction program, annual reporting date: HB 1690, * SB 5488, CH 123 (2017)
Transitional bilingual instruction program, bilingual educator initiative to support: SB 5712, SSB 5712
U of W, medical facility alternative contracting, minority-owned businesses: HB 1652
Violent encounters with law enforcement, minority advisory boards, establishing: SB 5429
Violent encounters with law enforcement, training for officers to reduce: SB 5429
Women's day, international, and women and their contributions: * HR 4623 (2017)
MINORITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION  MINORITY AND JUSTICE COMMISSION RSS Feed
               
Racial and ethnic impact statements concerning legislation, evaluating: SB 5588, ESSB 5588
MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE  MINORITY AND WOMEN'S BUSINESS ENTERPRISES, OFFICE RSS Feed
               
Contracts, certain colleges, office to identify low minority and women participation: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Contracts, minority- and women-owned businesses, AG enforcement, repealing: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Contracts, state agencies, office to identify low minority and women participation: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Investigation unit within office, establishing: HB 1897, SHB 1897
Linked deposit program, loan priorities, rule-making authority of office: SB 6085
Linked deposit program, simplifying rule-making authority of office: SB 5587
Port district contracting, requirements: * ESSB 6329, CH 149 (2018)
U of W, medical facility alternative contracting, role of office: HB 1861, * SB 5631, CH 124 (2017)
MOTION PICTURES  MOTION PICTURES RSS Feed
               (See also BUSINESSES)
Motion picture competitiveness program, contributions, B&O tax credit, when: HB 1527, HB 2062, SB 5502, SSB 5502, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Motion picture competitiveness program, deleting TV series as preference, when: SB 6584
Motion picture competitiveness program, extension and expansion of: HB 1527, HB 2062, SB 5502, SSB 5502, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
MOTOR VEHICLES  MOTOR VEHICLES RSS Feed
               (See also BICYCLES; DRIVERS AND DRIVERS' LICENSES; FUELS; INSURANCE; ROADS AND HIGHWAYS; TAXES - FUEL; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE EXCISE; TAXES - MOTOR VEHICLE FUEL; TOWING AND TOW TRUCKS; TRAFFIC; TRANSPORTATION)
Adaptive equipment sales and use tax exemptions for veterans with disabilities: SHB 2269, * 2SHB 2269, CH 130 (2018), SB 6536
Adaptive equipment sales tax exemption for veterans with disabilities: HB 2269
Addresses of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, crossing public roadways in certain counties, when: HB 1838, * SHB 1838, CH 26 (2017)
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, local regulation to include with off-road vehicles: HB 2723, SHB 2723
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on county roadways, provisions: HB 1156, HB 1837
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on public roads, tourism routes pilot program: HB 2756
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, operation on state highways, when: HB 2934
All-terrain vehicles, wheeled, temporary ORV use permits for: HB 2220
Alternative fuel vehicles, public agency acquisition of, requirements and funding: SB 5931, SB 6080, SSB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicle B&O tax credits, when unused: SB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, commercial vehicles using, tax credits, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017), SB 6080, SSB 6080
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2549, HB 2653, SB 6080, SSB 6080, 2SSB 6080, SB 6098
Alternative fuel, clean, various vehicles using, sales tax exemption: HB 2340
Antifreeze products, denatonium benzoate provisions, application of: * HB 1095, CH 198 (2018)
Assault, vehicular, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Assault, vehicular, Leprechaun Cain act: HB 2454, SB 6551
Assault, vehicular, of vulnerable user of public way: HB 2454, SB 6551
Assault, vehicular, under the influence, prior convictions, increasing sentence for: HB 1591, SHB 1591
Automobile museums, historic, sales and use tax deferral: HB 1577, SB 5409, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Autonomous vehicle technology policy, joint select committee on, establishing: HCR 4414
Autonomous vehicles, on public roadways, executive/legislative work group, convening: * SHB 2970, CH 180 (2018)
Autonomous vehicles, on public roadways, work group on, convening: HB 2970
Autonomous vehicles, on-road testing pilot project, report on conducting: HB 2971
Autonomous vehicles, operation on public roads, requirements: HB 2131
Bicycles, electric assisted, definitions, requirements, and use of: HB 2782, SHB 2782, SB 6434, * ESSB 6434, CH 60 (2018)
Brake friction materials, aligning requirements with nationwide agreement: HB 1738, * SHB 1738, CH 204 (2017)
Buses, school, definition: SB 5503, SSB 5503
Buses, school, safety belts in: HB 1246, SHB 1246, SB 5054, SB 5503, SSB 5503
Car seat, harness, and safety belt restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Car wash facilities, sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 1856
Commercial vehicles, electrical contractor vehicle identification requirements: HB 1855
Commercial vehicles, fees, depositing in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Commercial vehicles, physical or medical safety belt exemption exception: HB 2776
Commercial vehicles, using clean alternative fuel, tax credits, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017)
Cycles, motor-driven, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Cycles, motor-driven, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Dealers and manufacturers, franchise agreements, unfair manufacturer practices: EHB 2439, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 296 (2018)
Dealers, notifying buyer or lessee during bushing period, methods for: HB 1373, * SB 5244, CH 41 (2017)
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, continuing elimination of: * EHB 2808, CH 273 (2018)
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, eliminating: * HB 1722, CH 15 (2017)
Dealers, wholesale, licensing of, renewing license, when: * EHB 2808, CH 273 (2018)
Electric vehicles, all electric truck tractor purchase, sales tax exemption: HB 2339
Electric vehicles, batteries, sales tax exemption: SB 6080, SSB 6080
Electric vehicles, build out of infrastructure, utilities authority for: HB 1335, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, charge ahead Washington program: SB 6080, SSB 6080
Electric vehicles, charging stations, in areas zoned for multifamily residences: SB 5716
Electric vehicles, commercial vehicle B&O tax credits, when unused: SB 6080
Electric vehicles, electrification of transportation infrastructure: SB 6080, SSB 6080, SB 6187, ESSB 6187
Electric vehicles, public agency acquisition of, requirements and funding: SB 5931, SB 6080, SSB 6080, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, rapid charging stations and other infrastructure, incentives for: SB 5716
Electric vehicles, ride-sharing vehicle tax exemptions to include: HB 1662
Electric vehicles, rural transportation electrification grant program, establishing: 2SSB 6203
Electric vehicles, sales and use tax exemptions, when: HB 2549, HB 2653, SB 6080, SSB 6080, 2SSB 6080, SB 6098
Electric vehicles, sales tax exemption, when: HB 2340
Electric vehicles, tax credits for, when: HB 1809, * ESHB 1809, CH 116 (2017), SB 6080, SSB 6080
Electric-assisted bicycles, definitions, requirements, and use of: HB 2782, SHB 2782, SB 6434, * ESSB 6434, CH 60 (2018)
Electrical contractors, vehicle identification requirements, instituting: HB 1855
Electrification of transportation, clean fuels program revenue for: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Electrification of transportation, electric utility and PUD plans and programs for: HB 2897, SHB 2897
Electronic logging devices, federal exemption for agricultural transporters: * SB 6180, CH 33 (2018)
Emission standards, adoption of California standards, revising: HB 2328, SSB 6080
Entering vehicle to render assistance, liability of person, immunity when: HB 1118
Fees, service, agent or subagent collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, * SSB 6438, CH 79 (2018)
Fees, various, exemption for low-income persons, when: SSB 6203, 2SSB 6203
Fees, vehicle fee rebate program, low-income, by transportation benefit districts: SB 5785
Felonies, motor vehicle-related, community custody pilot program for: HB 1914, HB 1976, SHB 1976
Food units, mobile, exemption from commissary/servicing area regulations: HB 2639, * SHB 2639, CH 167 (2018)
For hire vehicle companies, wheelchair accessible, special parking privileges: * EHB 2003, CH 151 (2017)
For hire vehicles, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
For hire vehicles, providers for special needs persons, B&O tax credit: HB 2113
For hire vehicles, relicensing as taxicabs, with regulatory uniformity: SB 6602
For hire vehicles, wheelchair accessible, regulation of vehicles and operators: SB 5812
Homicide, vehicular, fee increase to fund DUI reduction: * E2SHB 1614, CH 336 (2017), HB 1970, SB 5904
Lamps, stop, and other signaling devices, color requirements: HB 2775
Length, maximum front extension, transit vehicle with bike rack, exemption, when: HB 1149, * SHB 1149, CH 76 (2017), SB 5147, SSB 5147
Length, maximum, exceptions for two trailers or semitrailers, when: HB 2606, * SB 6218, CH 105 (2018)
License plate indicator tabs, for tow truck operators applying for certain licenses: * SHB 2612, CH 135 (2018)
License plates, automated recognition systems, authorizing use, when: HB 1909, SHB 1909
License plates, deceased military member widow/widower, fee exemption for, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
License plates, disabled veteran fee exemption, qualifications: HB 1230
License plates, for tow trucks, single unified plate with endorsement tabs: HB 2612
License plates, special, baseball stadium plates, repealing: HB 2871, * SSB 5746, CH 67 (2018), SB 6489, SSB 6489
License plates, special, collector vehicle plates, personalized: SB 6009, SSB 6009
License plates, special, defining "veteran" for: HB 1369, * SHB 1369, CH 97 (2017), SB 5245, SSB 5245
License plates, special, disabled American veteran or former POW plates, criteria: HB 2522, SHB 2522, SB 6586
License plates, special, endangered wildlife plates, increasing fees: ESSB 5886
License plates, special, Fred Hutch plates, creating: HB 1568, * SHB 1568, CH 25 (2017)
License plates, special, gold star plates, licensing and plates fee exemptions, when: HB 1320, SB 5209
License plates, special, Imagine plates, creating: HB 1556, SHB 1556, SB 5345, SSB 5345
License plates, special, national rifle association plates, creating: HB 1900, SB 5536
License plates, special, Patches pal plates, creating: HB 2564
License plates, special, sasquatch plates, creating: SB 6151
License plates, special, Seattle Mariners plates, creating: HB 2871, * SSB 5746, CH 67 (2018), SB 6489, SSB 6489
License plates, special, Seattle Seahawks plates, association of generals funding: * SSB 5746, CH 67 (2018)
License plates, special, Washington state aviation plates, creating: * HB 1400, CH 11 (2017)
License plates, special, Washington state parks-Sasquatch plates, creating: SB 6151
Licensing and certification, autonomous vehicles, requirements: HB 2131
Licensing, fees for, gold star license plate widow or widower recipient exemption: HB 1320, SB 5209
Limousines, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
Maintenance, vehicle maintenance improvement program and account, creating: HB 2899, SHB 2899
Manufacturers and dealers, franchise agreements, unfair manufacturer practices: EHB 2439, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 296 (2018)
Mopeds, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Mopeds, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Mopeds, towed from accident scene when owner hospitalized, redemption: HB 2058, * SHB 2058, CH 152 (2017)
Motor homes, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Motor-driven cycles, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Motor-driven cycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485
Motorcycle- or club-related paraphernalia, profiling based on, prohibiting: HB 1553
Motorcycles, converted for use as snow bikes, registration and operation of: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Motorcycles, electric, registration renewal fee for: SB 6107, SSB 6107
Motorcycles, exempting from motor vehicle weight fee: HB 2063
Motorcycles, helmet, financial responsibility when adult not wearing: HB 1804, SHB 1804
Motorcycles, helmets, limiting mandatory use to persons under 18: HB 1485, HB 1803, SB 5156
Motorcycles, helmets, rider liability for manufacturer compliance failure, removing: HB 1650
Motorcycles, limited access facility shoulder use by, when: SB 5378, SSB 5378
Motorcycles, motorcycle awareness month, May as, celebrating: * SR 8613 (2017), * SR 8714 (2018)
Motorcycles, operating between lanes or passing in same lane: HB 1157
Motorcycles, passing in lane occupied by vehicle, when: SB 5378, SSB 5378
Motorcycles, permissible parking methods: HB 2677, SHB 2677, SB 6070
Motorcycles, profiling by law enforcement, prohibiting: HB 2873
Motorcycles, towed from accident scene when owner hospitalized, redemption: HB 2058, * SHB 2058, CH 152 (2017)
Motorsports vehicles, resident owners but sold by out-of-state dealers, reporting: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Narrow track vehicles, lane use and parking by: HB 2596, SB 6176
Off-road vehicles, local regulation to include wheeled all-terrain vehicles as: HB 2723, SHB 2723
Off-road vehicles, provisions: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Off-road vehicles, recreation site/lands parking without pass, when: HB 2652, SHB 2652, SB 6128
Off-road vehicles, temporary use permits, issuing for wheeled all-terrain vehicles: HB 2220
Owners, name/address of, disclosure to attorney or private investigator, notice of: SB 5859
Passenger vehicles, expensive, luxury sales and use taxes on, imposing: SB 6609
Property offenses, motor vehicle, offender score provisions: SB 5059, ESSB 5934
Recalled vehicles, repairs by dealers, manufacturer compensation for: EHB 2439, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 296 (2018)
Recreational vehicles, abandoned, towing, deconstruction, and disposal of: SB 5735
Recreational vehicles, abandoned, transport, storage, dismantling, and disposal of: HB 2925, SHB 2925, SB 6437, * SSB 6437, CH 287 (2018)
Recreational vehicles, camping or travel, depositing fees in new account: * HB 1716, CH 11 (2017)
Recreational vehicles, generally, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Recreational vehicles, motor homes, warranty act/lemon law application to: HB 2017
Recreational vehicles, voluntary turn-in program, developing: SB 5735
Registration, address of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
Registration, attestation of financial responsibility before issuance of: HB 1977
Registration, citation for failing to register vehicle, deferred prosecution program: SB 6293, SSB 6293
Registration, deceased military member widow/widower, fee exemption for, when: * SHB 1320, CH 24 (2017)
Registration, fee for, exemption for low-income persons, when: SSB 6203, 2SSB 6203
Registration, fees for certain transactions involving, increasing: HB 1286, HB 1345
Registration, fees, certain deposit contingencies: HB 2338, SHB 2338, 2SHB 2338
Registration, in Indian country, to evade tax or fees, prohibiting: SB 5807
Registration, motor vehicle registration hiatus pilot project, creating: SHB 1272
Registration, off-road vehicles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Registration, proof of financial responsibility before issuance of: HB 1940, SB 5153
Registration, recreational vehicles, abandoned RV deconstruction/disposal fee: SB 5735
Registration, recreational vehicles, abandoned RV disposal fee at time of: HB 2925, SHB 2925, SB 6437, * SSB 6437, CH 287 (2018)
Registration, renewal of, service fee collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, * SSB 6438, CH 79 (2018)
Registration, snowmobiles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Registration, two-year periods for, provisions: SB 5508, SSB 5508
Registration, vehicle registration hiatus for vehicles not driven on public roads: HB 1272, SHB 1272
Rental car agencies, liability for negligent entrustment: SB 5944, SSB 5944
Rental car agencies, sales tax revenue for tourism marketing: HB 1123, SHB 1123, HB 2924, SB 5251, SSB 5251
Repair facilities, motor vehicle transporter license, modifying: * EHB 1742, CH 16 (2018)
Repairs, due to recall, manufacturer compensation of dealers: EHB 2439, SB 6137, * ESSB 6137, CH 296 (2018)
Restraint systems for children in vehicles, information concerning: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Safety belts or child restraint systems, age-based requirements for: EHB 1188, SHB 1188
Safety belts, physical or medical exemption from requirement, exception to: HB 2776
Shooting from vehicle, person with disability when hunting, repealing provision: * HB 2649, CH 168 (2018)
Snow bikes, "snowmobile" to include for vehicle registration purposes: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Snow bikes, converted motorcycles used as, registration and operation of: HB 2975, SHB 2975
Snowmobiles, provisions: HB 1446, SHB 1446, HB 2975, SHB 2975, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Taxation, retail sales, deposits into motor vehicle fund, relation to fuel tax: SB 5564
Taxicab companies, when wheelchair accessible, special parking privileges: * EHB 2003, CH 151 (2017)
Taxicabs, operating within port district, limiting entry and charging fee: HB 1917, SHB 1917, SB 5739
Taxicabs, relicensing for hire vehicles as, with regulatory uniformity: SB 6602
Taxicabs, wheelchair accessible, HOV lane use by: SB 5018, SB 6565, SSB 6565
Taxicabs, wheelchair accessible, HOV lane use by, DOT to consider: * SSB 5018, CH 311 (2017)
Theft or taking of vehicle, community custody pilot program for: SB 5539, SB 5904, SB 5934, ESSB 5934
Tires, fee on retail sale of, repealing: HB 1191
Tires, waste, repealing tire sales fee and account: HB 1191
Titles, certificates of, address of record, uniform process for updating, when: HB 1813, * SHB 1813, CH 147 (2017), SB 5271, SSB 5271
Titles, certificates of, affidavit of lost title, service fee collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, * SSB 6438, CH 79 (2018)
Titles, certificates of, fees for certain transactions involving, increasing: HB 1286, HB 1345
Titles, certificates of, off-road vehicles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SHB 1446, SB 5338, * ESSB 5338, CH 218 (2017)
Titles, certificates of, quick title service fee reductions and other revisions: HB 2722
Titles, certificates of, service fees collection: HB 2476, SHB 2476, SB 6438, * SSB 6438, CH 79 (2018)
Titles, certificates of, snowmobiles, requirements, violations, penalties: HB 1446, SB 5338
Trailers, exemption from regional transit authority-imposed motor vehicle excise taxes: HB 2569
Transporting of vehicles, transporter license for, issuance to repair facilities: * EHB 1742, CH 16 (2018)
Truck tractors, all electric, sales tax exemption for purchase: HB 2339
Truck, industrial insurance definition of, in connection with motor carriers: HB 1780, HB 2705, SB 5565, SSB 5565, SB 6478
Truck, owner-operator as motor carrier, industrial insurance exemption, when: HB 1780, HB 2705, SB 5565, SSB 5565, SB 6478
Trucks, dump trucks for hire, simplifying B&O tax rate for: HB 2891
Trucks, high polluting drayage, high-volume ports to phase out: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Trucks, motor, for transporting freight, etc., parking of, various issues: HB 2807
Use tax, vehicle used by nonresident armed forces member, exemption: HB 2713
Valuation, for motor vehicle excise tax purposes, requirements, when: HB 2132, HB 2147, SB 5851, SB 5905, SB 6303
Vans, with wheelchair or mobility equipment, parking in van-accessible space without: SB 6619
Work zone vehicles/workers, driver requirements for negotiating: * HB 2087, CH 18 (2018), SB 5841
Work zone vehicles/workers, reckless endangerment by driver, penalty: * HB 2087, CH 18 (2018), SB 5841
Wreckers, illegal operations, definitions, task force, inspections, and advertising: SB 5590
Zero-emission drayage vehicles, high-volume ports to rely on: HB 2601, SHB 2601
Zero-emission light-duty vehicles, charge ahead Washington program: SB 6080, SSB 6080
MUSEUMS  MUSEUMS RSS Feed
               (See also HISTORICAL SOCIETIES)
Automobile museums, historic, sales and use tax deferral: HB 1577, SB 5409, * SSB 5977, CH 37 (2017) PV
Fred Oldfield Western Heritage and Art Center, honoring and remembering Fred Oldfield: * SR 8630 (2017)
Nordic heritage museum, in Ballard, opening of new, recognizing: * SR 8722 (2018)
State capital historical museum, former, name to revert to historic Lord mansion: * HB 1853, CH 117 (2017), SB 5660
Unclaimed property, law enforcement donation to museum: HB 2374
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS  MUSIC AND MUSICIANS RSS Feed
               (See also COLLECTIVE BARGAINING; PERFORMING ARTS AND PERFORMANCE FACILITIES)
Lennon, John, Imagine special license plates, creating: HB 1556, SHB 1556, SB 5345, SSB 5345
Musicians, unemployment compensation eligibility for: HB 2724, SHB 2724, SB 6521
Symphony musicians, newly employed, bargaining unit representative access to: HB 2624, * ESB 6229, CH 250 (2018)
Symphony musicians, unfair labor practices against, superior court claims deadline: HB 2736, * SB 6231, CH 252 (2018)
Union High School percussion ensemble, honoring: * HR 4665 (2018)