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SALES  SALES RSS Feed
               (See also ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; DRUGS; LITTERING; MEDICINE AND MEDICAL DEVICES; MOTOR VEHICLES; RECYCLING; TAXES - SALES TAX)
Animals, sale or auction on public property, prohibiting: HB 1201, SB 5203
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements: HB 1926, SB 5458, * ESSB 5458, CH 51 (2013)
Asbestos-containing building materials, labeling requirements, clarifying application of: SB 6240
Auction sales of personal property used in farming, repealing sales tax exemption: SB 5041
Back-to-school clothing and school supply items, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1329, SB 5529
Bags, plastic shopping bags supplied by retailer at time of sale, excise tax: SB 5248
Bags, retail carryout, preemption of regulation by state of Washington: SB 5253
Bags, retail carryout, prohibiting stores from providing unless compostable plastic, recyclable paper, or reusable: SB 5253
Bags, retail carryout, regulation by cities and counties: HB 1310, SB 5386
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship: ESHB 1364
Batteries, small rechargeable battery stewardship act: HB 1364, SB 5457
Bicycles, levying retail sale fee on certain new bicycles: HB 1954
Bottles, petroleum-based beverage, prohibiting manufacture, sale, or distribution: SB 5250
Children's products, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Cigarettes, electronic, prohibiting sale to minor: * HB 1937, CH 47 (2013), SB 5815
Containers, polystyrene, prohibiting use by food service businesses: SB 5252
Digital goods and codes, nonresident sales tax exemption, repealing: HB 1890
Energy drinks, prohibiting selling or giving away to person under age eighteen: HB 1807
Firearms, assault weapons, prohibiting of and conditions for manufacture, possession, purchase, sale, and transfer: SB 5737
Firearms, retail sales, levying and collecting fee on each retail sale: HB 1703
Firearms, sale by unlicensed person to another unlicensed person, background check requirements: HB 1588, SHB 1588, SB 5625, SB 5711
Firearms, sale or transfer of, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing valid concealed pistol license: HB 1839, SHB 1839
Firearms, sale or transfer, exempting purchaser from criminal background check when producing law enforcement officer credentials or identification: SHB 1839
Firearms, sales by dealers, requirements in connection with safe storage, violations and penalties: HB 1676
Fish, food fish and shellfish, labeling for sale, requirements and penalties: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 290 (2013), SB 5037, SSB 5037
Fish, transgenic salmon or salmon products, labeling as, during sale: HB 2630
Flame retardants, limiting presence in upholstered furniture and children's products manufactured, sold, or distributed for use in state: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Genetically engineered foods, disclosure for retail sale: SB 5073, SI 522, HI 522
Marijuana, legal amounts left at retail stores holding pharmacy license, notification and disposal requirements: * EHB 1808, CH 133 (2013)
Marijuana, prohibiting purchases of marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia with public assistance electronic benefit cards: ESSB 5279
Marijuana, purchase by minors, specifying criminal acts and penalties: HB 2303, SB 6158, SSB 6158
Marijuana, purchase by minors, using certain minors in controlled purchase compliance check programs: HB 2303, SB 6158
Marijuana, recreational, tax stamp system for sale of: HB 2411
Memorial markers, restricting sales by cemetery districts: HB 1300
Mercury-containing light product stewardship program, repealing program and account: SB 5658
Mercury-containing lights, product stewardship organizations, provisions: HB 1444, HB 2246, * ESHB 2246, CH 119 (2014), SB 6177, SSB 6177
Motor vehicle sales, documentary service fee, effect of negotiation-free pricing on charging of: HB 2757
Personal property, sales of tangible, repealing nonresident sales tax exemption: HB 1890
Polystyrene products, prohibiting use by food service businesses of certain products, including clamshell containers and polystyrene foam: SB 5252
Retail theft, organized, modifying criminal provisions to include making or receiving electronic communication: HB 1906, HB 2702, SB 5178, ESSB 5178, SB 6024
Shark fins, unlawful trade in second degree, prohibiting all commercial activities: SB 5081
Tax evasion by electronic means, seizure and forfeiture of automated sales suppression devices, phantom-ware, etc.: HB 1427, * SB 5715, CH 309 (2013)
Theft with extenuating circumstances, retail, changing to retail theft with special circumstances: SB 5022, * SSB 5022, CH 153 (2013)
Theft with extenuating circumstances, retail, modifying definition: HB 2077
Upholstered furniture, limiting presence of TRIS and other flame retardants: HB 1294, ESHB 1294, SB 5181, SB 5933, SB 5984, SB 6048, SB 6540, SSB 6540
Vapor products, prohibiting sale to minor: * HB 1937, CH 47 (2013), SB 5815
Warranties, express, consumer protections: SB 6441
Water pipes and hookahs and similar items, when solely designed for use with tobacco or shisha, prohibiting sale to minor: SB 5815
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Genetically engineered salmonids, prohibiting production in state waters: HB 2143, SB 6184, SB 6343
Habitat projects for salmon recovery, removing landowner liability for property damage: * HB 1194, CH 194 (2013)
Hatcheries, salmonid, fish and wildlife department-partner management agreements: HB 1071, SB 5543
Hatcheries, salmonid, fish and wildlife department-partner management agreements for hatcheries in Hood Canal basin: * SHB 1071, CH 93 (2013), SSB 5543
Hydroelectric generation, projects not impeding migrating fish, including in definition of eligible renewable resource: SB 5769
Indian tribal members, convictions prior to 1975 for certain tribal fishing activities, vacating: HB 2080, * SHB 2080, CH 176 (2014)
Labeling for sale, requirements and penalties: HB 1200, * SHB 1200, CH 290 (2013), SB 5037, SSB 5037
Spawning beds, prohibiting activities that harm or disturb: SB 5254
Transgenic salmon or salmon products, labeling as, during sale: HB 2630
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS  SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS RSS Feed
               (See also RETIREMENT AND PENSIONS; VOCATIONAL EDUCATION)
Absences, unexcused, children age six and seven: HB 1283, SHB 1283
Abuse or neglect of a child, substantiated, child protective services to notify school district: SB 5822
Abuse or neglect of a child, suspected, school personnel interviewing of child with third party present: SB 5316, * SSB 5316, CH 48 (2013)
Abuse or neglect of children, modifying requirements for certain school employee training and information for parents: SB 5753
Abuse or neglect of children, modifying requirements for information for parents: ESSB 5753, SB 5901
Abuse, physical abuse or sexual misconduct by school employee, reporting requirements: * ESSB 5563, CH 10 (2013)
Academic acceleration incentive program, establishment: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243
Academic acceleration policy, districts to adopt for high school students: HB 1642, SHB 1642, * 2SHB 1642, CH 184 (2013), SB 5243, SSB 5243, E2SSB 5243, SB 6061
Accountability framework, developing Washington achievement index for schools and districts: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Accountability system, education accountability system oversight committee, establishment: * E2SSB 5329, CH 159 (2013)
Accountability system, phases I and II, modifying to provide assistance and intervention: HB 1177, SHB 1177
Administrators, calculating TRS and SERS service credit for alternate early retirement eligibility: HB 1610, SB 5512
Administrators, evaluation systems training program, to include cultural competence, multicultural education, and English language acquisition principles: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Administrators, professional development days for, additional: HB 2313, SB 6161
Administrators, professional learning days for, provision of: SB 5959
After- and before-school programs, students in school buildings for, adopting standards: HB 1852, SHB 1852, HB 1968, * ESHB 1968, CH 227 (2013)
Alarms, panic alarm system, implementing: SSB 5197
Alarms, silent, to be located in school administrative offices: HB 1811, SB 5197
Alternative learning experience courses, modifying provisions: HB 1431, SB 5794, SSB 5794, 2SSB 5794, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV, SB 6121, SSB 6121, 2SSB 6121
Apple a day act of 2014, competitive equipment assistance grant program to enhance student nutrition: HB 2410, SHB 2410
Arts education, including the arts in expanded STEM education to create STEAM: SB 5909
Artworks for school plant facilities, allocating funds for instructional equipment and technology: HB 1054, SB 5581
Artworks for school plant facilities, suspending expenditure of construction funds for art: SB 5120
Assault, third degree, to include assault of a school employee: SB 5497
Assessments of learning, common core standards, districts to notify parents or guardians: HB 1293, SHB 1293, SB 5366
Assessments of learning, English language arts in third and fourth grades, adding provisions: SSB 5237
Assessments of learning, English language arts in third grade, adding provisions: HB 1452, SHB 1452, SB 5237, E2SSB 5237, SB 5946, * ESSB 5946, CH 18 (2013) PV
Assessments of learning, high school, college-ready and career-ready assessments, administering: HB 2047
Assessments of learning, high school, meeting English language arts, mathematics, and science requirements: * EHB 1450, CH 22 (2013)
Assessments, student, eliminating nonfederal requirements: HB 1015
Assessments, student, modifying system in multiple ways to reduce costs: HB 2047
Assessments, student, multistate consortia-developed, examining student records privacy issues: HB 2133
Assessments, student, notifying parents and guardians in advance concerning: ESSB 5587
Assessments, student, reducing assessments required for graduation to three content areas: HB 2047
Assessments, student, using multistate consortia-developed assessments of English language arts and mathematics: HB 2047
Assessments, student, using multistate consortia-developed assessments to meet state and federal accountability requirements: SB 5587, ESSB 5587
Associated student body program funds, public internet access to certain information: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
At-risk youth, dropout prevention through farm engagement pilot project: EHB 1276, SHB 1276
Attendance, compulsory, modifying requirements for children age six and seven: HB 1283, SHB 1283
Attendance, teachers, matching attendance data with student, course, and teacher: SB 6153
Back-to-school clothing and school supply items, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 1329, SB 5529
Basic education, appropriations, relationship of legislation to omnibus operating appropriations act: HB 1174
Basic education, prioritizing state funding and certain reforms: HB 1174
Biking and walking, safe routes to school program, funding for: SB 5506
Bilingual education, endorsement for K-12 teachers: SB 6418, SSB 6418
Biliteracy, state seal of, establishing for public high school graduates: HB 2395, SHB 2395, * SB 6424, CH 102 (2014)
Boards, educational service district boards, filling vacancy in certain districts with at-large appointment, conditions: HB 1691
Boards, local school boards, filling vacancy in certain districts with at-large appointment, conditions: HB 1691
Boards, school district, increased compensation for directors: HB 2200
Bonds, school district, requiring simple majority of voters voting to authorize: HB 2441, HJR 4216, SB 5589, SJR 8208
Breakfast after the bell programs, implementing: HB 2536, ESHB 2536, SB 6444, SSB 6444
Buildings, adopting standards to allow students to be in school buildings for before- and after-school programs: SHB 1852, HB 1968, * ESHB 1968, CH 227 (2013)
Buildings, building code council adoption of rules allowing students to be in school buildings for before- and after-school programs: HB 1852
Bullying, harassment, and intimidation, district primary contacts for policies and procedures, training class for: SB 6439, SSB 6439
Bullying, requiring classroom instruction in cyberbullying: SB 6112
Buses, school bus safety programs, funding with revenues from infractions detected by traffic safety cameras used on buses: SB 5743
Buses, stopping at railroad grade crossings, exceptions: * HB 2137, CH 154 (2014), SB 5979
Buses, traffic safety cameras used on, funding school bus safety programs with revenues from infractions detected by cameras: SB 5743
Campuses, K-12, providing access for occupational and educational information, authority and requirements: HB 1345, * SB 5114, CH 25 (2013)
Capital projects for public schools, funding with appropriations from proceeds of general obligation bonds: SSB 5445
Career and college ready graduation proposal, implementing requirements: HB 1692, SHB 1692, HB 2051, HB 2181, HB 2242, HB 2792, SHB 2792, SB 5837, SB 6337
Career and college ready, developing curricula to foster: HB 2383, SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Career and technical education courses, alternative learning experience course allocations for student in: SB 6121, SSB 6121, 2SSB 6121
Career and technical education courses, course equivalencies for science and math courses: HB 2540, SHB 2540, E2SHB 2540, SB 6044, SB 6552, SSB 6552, * E2SSB 6552, CH 217 (2014) PV
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards and next generation science standards into: SHB 2383, E2SHB 2383
Career and technical education courses, embedding common core state standards into: HB 2383
Career and technical education courses, model framework and curriculum and program of study for, convening work group: HB 1680, SHB 1680, 2SHB 1680, 3SHB 1680, SB 6529
Career and technical education programs, aligning with community and technical college high-demand applied baccalaureate programs: SB 5624, SSB 5624, * 2SSB 5624, CH 55 (2013)
Career and technical education, dropout reengagement in STEM fields through establishment of ASSET program: SB 5754, SSB 5754
Career and technical education, grants for aligning dropout reengagement with entry into high-demand occupations: HB 1871, SB 5754
Career and technical education, increasing learning opportunities in STEM disciplines through STEM education innovation alliance: HB 1872, SHB 1872, * E2SHB 1872, CH 25 (2013), SB 5755, SSB 5755
Career education, legislative task force on career education opportunities, establishment: HB 2051
Career guidance and exploration tools, online, providing information to students and parents or guardians concerning: SHB 1650
Catholic schools week, celebrating: * HR 4641 (2013), * SR 8639 (2013)
Challenged and lowest-achieving schools, superintendent of public instruction to identify: HB 1177, SHB 1177, SB 6056
Challenged schools, changing date for identifying: * HB 2167, CH 191 (2014) PV
Charbonneau, Jeff, 2013 national teacher of the year, honoring: * HR 4652 (2013), * SR 8660 (2013)
Charter schools, CEOs of, authority to file complaints of unprofessional or other conduct against certificated employees: HB 2583
Charter schools, four-level evaluation systems for teachers and principals: SB 6106
Charter schools, including nonprofit education service providers contracted with, business and occupation tax exemptions: SB 5863
Chiawana High School, football team, honoring: * HR 4666 (2014)
Child welfare services, youth in out-of-home care, improving educational outcomes: HB 1566, SHB 1566, * 2SHB 1566, CH 182 (2013)
Chinese and Spanish language instruction pilot program, creation: SB 5885, SB 6373
Civic educators and civic education, honoring: * SR 8619 (2013)
Civic educators, honoring: * HR 4612 (2013), * HR 4678 (2014)
Civil liberties public education program, renaming: * HB 2776, CH 46 (2014)
Civil liberties public education program, suspending various program requirements: SB 5753
Class size reduction, all-day kindergarten and K-3, grant program to increase physical capacity for: EHB 2797
Class size, K-1, continuing reductions with allocation modifications: SB 6563
Class size, K-3, allocation of state funding to support reduction: HB 2792, SHB 2792
Class size, K-3, creating roadmap for linear reduction: SB 6108
Class size, lowering, allocation of state funding to support: HB 2589, SB 6438
Cleveland High School women's basketball team, congratulating: * HR 4632 (2013)
Clothing and supplies for students, sales and use tax holiday: HB 1329, SB 5529
Collaborative schools for innovation and success pilot project, participation in by certain required action districts: SB 5649
Collective bargaining, agreements and data elements, internet portal for public access: SB 6062, SSB 6062
Collective bargaining, agreements, public internet access: * 2SSB 6062, CH 211 (2014)
Collective bargaining, certificated instructional staff, including displaced and nonprovisional, assignment policies: