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               (See also CRIMES; TRAFFIC; TRAFFIC SAFETY EDUCATION)
Actual physical control while under the influence, misdemeanor, vacation of conviction record: HB 1086
Actual physical control while under the influence, modifying provisions: HB 1086, HB 1482, SHB 1482, HB 2030, SHB 2030, HB 2083, HB 2084, HB 2085, HB 2701, SB 5229, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013), SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930, SB 5932, SB 5951, SB 6085, SSB 6085, SB 6090, * SB 6413, CH 100 (2014)
Alcohol, blood and breath alcohol content, lowering limits for vehicle, vessel, and aircraft operation or physical control: SB 5932
Bicycles, requiring display of bicycle operator identification number: SB 6301
Blood and breath tests, modifying provisions: HB 2728, SHB 2728
Child passenger restraints, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Drive-by shooting, adding to list of most serious offenses: HB 1730
Driving under the influence, adding marijuana to person under age 21 driving after consuming alcohol: HB 1597
Driving under the influence, blood and breath tests, modifying provisions: HB 2728, SHB 2728
Driving under the influence, comprehensive amendments to provisions: HB 1482, SHB 1482, HB 2030, SHB 2030, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Driving under the influence, creating 24/7 alcohol/drug monitoring, revolving account, and program: SHB 2030
Driving under the influence, creating statewide 24/7 sobriety program and 24/7 sobriety account: HB 2030, SB 5912
Driving under the influence, creating statewide 24/7 sobriety program and pilot project and 24/7 sobriety account: SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Driving under the influence, eliminating ten-year look back periods from class C felony criteria: HB 2085
Driving under the influence, establishing college DUI courts: SB 5023
Driving under the influence, establishing Washington impaired driving work group: SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013)
Driving under the influence, extending time periods for relevance of prior offenses: HB 2701, SB 6085, SSB 6085
Driving under the influence, felony, converting to class B felony: HB 2506
Driving under the influence, ignition interlock requirements, provisions concerning imposing, tampering with, or defeating: HB 2728, SHB 2728
Driving under the influence, lowering blood and breath alcohol content limits: SB 5932
Driving under the influence, marker on identicard indicating restriction of driving privileges due to, prohibiting liquor sales when customer has: SB 5915, SB 5917
Driving under the influence, misdemeanor, vacation of conviction record: HB 1086
Driving under the influence, prior offense, expanding definition for sentencing: * SB 6413, CH 100 (2014)
Driving under the influence, probable cause for arresting and taking into custody without warrant: HB 2083
Driving under the influence, provisions concerning prior offenses, ignition interlock devices, and additional fines: SB 5229
Driving under the influence, reducing prior offense threshold for class C felony: HB 2084, SB 6090
Driving under the influence, requiring impaired driving offenders to pay costs of incarceration: SB 5951
Driving under the influence, serving certain sentences consecutively with ignition-interlock device-related violations: * SB 6415, CH 101 (2014)
Driving under the influence, using certain beer tax revenues for impaired driving safety and enforcement: SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930
Driving under the influence, Washington impaired driving work group, establishment: SHB 2030
DUI courts, authority to establish, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
DUI courts, authority to merge with drug and mental health courts, expanding to include all jurisdictions: * SB 5797, CH 257 (2013)
Electric vehicles, charging stations for, signage and pavement marking requirements and infraction and penalty provisions: SB 5849
Habitual traffic offenders, removing certified mail requirement for notifications: HB 1225
Ignition interlock devices, circumventing installation and use by acquiring new vehicle, gross misdemeanor: HB 2344
Ignition interlock devices, provisions concerning imposing, tampering with, or defeating: HB 2728, SHB 2728
Infraction notices, updating forms to include new terminology: HB 1265, * SHB 1265, CH 170 (2013), SB 5272
Infractions, additional penalty, depositing sixty percent of moneys into criminal justice training commission account: HB 1315
Infractions, failure to respond or appear for hearing, additional defendant costs if committed finding set aside: HB 1580, SHB 1580, SB 5271
Infractions, providing community restitution as alternative to standard penalties: HB 1601, SHB 1601
Legislators, traffic violations by, application of Article II, section 16 of state constitution: HB 2289
Misdemeanor offenses, vacation of conviction record in certain cases: HB 1086
Negligent driving, first degree, including exhibiting effect of having consumed marijuana in provisions: HB 2028
Parking placards and special license plates for persons with disabilities, expanding definition of unauthorized use: HB 1946, SHB 1946, HB 2463, * ESHB 2463, CH 124 (2014)
Phones, cell phone use while operating a motor vehicle, modifying provisions concerning infractions and exemptions: SB 6227, SSB 6227
Phones, use by commercial vehicle drivers, adding texting or use of hand-held mobile telephone to list of serious traffic violations: HB 1752, * SHB 1752, CH 224 (2013), SB 5590, SSB 5590
Physical control while under the influence, modifying provisions: HB 1086, HB 1482, SHB 1482, HB 2030, SHB 2030, HB 2083, HB 2085, HB 2701, SB 5229, SB 5912, SSB 5912, * E2SSB 5912, CH 35 (2013), SB 5915, SB 5917, SB 5929, SB 5930, SB 5932, SB 5951, SB 6085, SSB 6085, SB 6090, * SB 6413, CH 100 (2014)
Rental cars, provisions concerning rental car businesses and processing of certain motor vehicle-related violations: HB 2470, SB 6109
Safety belts, failure to comply with requirements, admissibility in civil action: HB 1696, SB 5574
Smoking in moving or parked motor vehicle carrying a minor, prohibiting as traffic infraction and enforcing as secondary action with verbal warning: SB 5230
Smoking in moving or parked motor vehicle carrying a minor, prohibiting as traffic infraction with monetary penalties: HB 2086, SHB 2086
Speed limits, in apartment owners' association communities, enforcement by law enforcement personnel: * SB 5113, CH 269 (2013)
Speed limits, in condominium and apartment owners association communities, enforcement by law enforcement personnel: HB 1592
Speed limits, in condominium association communities, enforcement by law enforcement personnel: * SB 5113, CH 269 (2013)
Traffic safety cameras, provisions: HB 1047, SHB 1047, HB 1455, HB 1670, HB 2426, SB 5374, SB 5678, SB 5743
Trailers, intermittent-use, special license plate for, penalties for violation of requirements for: SHB 1902, E2SHB 1902
Violations, serious traffic violations, adding texting or use of hand-held mobile telephone by commercial vehicle driver to list of: HB 1752, * SHB 1752, CH 224 (2013), SB 5590, SSB 5590
Violations, various, imposing additional penalty and forwarding of moneys to target zero account: SB 5534
Washington impaired driving work group, establishment: SHB 2030