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Accounts, COVID-19 K-12 response account, creating to support school efforts to respond to pandemic: HB 1334
Accounts, COVID-19 public health response account, creating for statewide response to pandemic: HB 1334, HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
Accounts, recovery rebate account, creating department of revenue remittances to low-income persons: HB 1334
Accounts, statewide pandemic preparation and response task force account, creating: HB 1340
Aid and relief, qualifying grants for, B&O/public utility tax exemptions: HB 1002
Aid and relief, qualifying grants for, B&O/public utility/retail sales tax exemptions: HB 1095, * SHB 1095, CH 4 (2021)
Businesses, assistance to prevent closing of, certain account funds use for: SB 5156
Businesses, B&O tax exemption when closed due to COVID-19: HB 1520
Businesses, business interruption insurance, denial of claims for, extending period for challenging: SB 5351
Businesses, economic impacts of pandemic on, additional main street program contributions credit: HB 1279, * SHB 1279, CH 112 (2021)
Businesses, economic impacts of pandemic on, B&O tax credit: HB 1012
Businesses, economic impacts of pandemic on, B&O tax deferral: HB 1188
Businesses, price increases by, excessive/unjustified during state of emergency, prohibiting: SB 5191, ESSB 5191
Businesses, small, B&O tax relief during small business excise tax relief period in 2021, when: SB 5398
Businesses, small, working Washington grants to assist during pandemic, using certain funds for: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
Businesses, with liquor licenses, privileges granted to mitigate pandemic effects for, extending: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Child care and early learning providers, increasing rates/training/grants/services to support: HB 1213, SHB 1213, E2SHB 1213, SB 5237, SSB 5237, * E2SSB 5237, CH 199 (2021)
Child care and early learning providers, temporary suspension of early achievers program, extending: SB 5277
Child care industry, stabilizing, and expanding early childhood development programs access: HB 1213, SHB 1213, E2SHB 1213, SB 5237, SSB 5237, * E2SSB 5237, CH 199 (2021)
Child care licenses, fees for providers for, prohibiting due to impact of pandemic: SB 5136, SSB 5136, * SSB 5151, CH 304 (2021) PV
Child care licenses, fees for providers for, waiving: HB 1278
Child care licenses, professional development/higher education requirements for, suspending: HB 1278
Children in Edmonds school district, Washington Kids in Transition support for families with, recognizing: * SR 8613 (2021)
Commute trip reduction program, effectiveness of, assessing during pandemic: HB 1528
Commute trip reduction, car or van pool vehicles/plans/activities/ordinances, suspending requirements: HB 1528
Commuter ride sharing, passenger vehicles for, sales/use tax preferences, discontinuing: HB 1528
Construction contracts, clauses waiving/extinguishing rights to damages due to COVID-caused delay, voiding: SB 5333
Construction/operations, exemption from required permitting for, when: HB 1436
Contact tracing or tracking programs, participation in, right to decline: HB 1305, HB 1317
Contact tracing, individual's COVID-19 health data collected via digital tools and used for, protections for: HB 1127, SHB 1127, * 2SHB 1127 (2021) V
Contact tracing, personal information submitted to public institutions/health agencies for, disclosure exemption: SB 5113
County elected officials, offices of, electronic media use/continuity of operations during public health crises: * EHB 1271, CH 122 (2021)
Data, personal, detecting infectious disease symptoms and tracking contacts, WA privacy act: SB 5062, SSB 5062, 2SSB 5062
Data, personal, regarding public health emergency, privacy in private and public sectors: SB 5062, SSB 5062, 2SSB 5062
Deficit, 2021-2022 biennium, near-general fund/outlook analysis and deficit: HB 1163
Diseases/health threats/conditions, agency-gathered personal identifying information about, disclosure exemption: HB 1328
Domestic violence and workplace resources, task force on, convening: * HB 1315, CH 43 (2021)
Early learning and child care providers, temporary suspension of early achievers program, extending: SB 5277
Education, telecommunications/broadband services in unserved areas, provided by PUDs, authority/process for: SB 5383, SSB 5383
Education, telecommunications/broadband services in unserved areas, provided by PUDs/port districts: * 2SSB 5383, CH 293 (2021)
Emergency orders, content and duration, and role of legislature: HB 1017, HB 1029, HB 1158, HB 1381
Emergency orders, duration of, and role of legislature: HB 1020, SB 5039, * SCR 8402 (2021)
Emergency orders, health-related measures in, right to decline: HB 1305, HB 1317
Emergency orders, issued by governor, actions to determine validity of, declaratory and other relief: HB 1563
Emergency orders, issued by governor, agency rule making to enforce, legislative approval before: SB 5100
Emergency orders, issued by governor, construction/certain operations permits exemption during, when: HB 1436
Emergency orders, issued by governor, duration of, and role of legislature: HB 1557, HCR 4402
Emergency orders, issued by governor, eviction moratorium, limiting rent increases after expiration of: SB 5139
Emergency orders, issued by governor, eviction moratorium, suspending, and aiding tenants and landlords: HB 1228
Emergency orders, issued by governor, eviction moratorium, tenant protections in relation to: HB 1441, SB 5160, SSB 5160, * E2SSB 5160, CH 115 (2021) PV
Emergency orders, issued by governor, infringement on any constitutional rights by, prohibiting: HB 1381, SB 5186
Emergency orders, issued by governor, legislative extension of certain orders: HB 1381, * SCR 8402 (2021)
Emergency orders, issued by governor, school in-person learning as required option unless prohibited, when: SB 5464
Emergency orders, issued by governor, statutory changes in response to: SB 5113
Emergency orders, limitations due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Emergency orders, school in-person learning as required option unless prohibited, when: SB 5464
Emergency proclamations, civil penalties for activity/operations violations under, amnesty for and prohibition of: HB 1547, SB 5469
Emergency proclamations, content/duration/judicial review, and role of legislature: HB 1029
Emergency proclamations, duration of, and role of legislature: HB 1060, HB 1381, HB 1557, HCR 4402
Emergency rules, duration and adoption in sequence, and role of legislature: HB 1013, HB 1158
Emergency rules, duration and oral comment hearing: HB 1029
Emergency, rule making during, limitation due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Emergency, state of, governor's authority during, HB 1557 and legislation relating to, 2021 session cutoff exemption for: HCR 4402
Employees, health care, unemployment and workers' compensation benefits, when: SB 5190, * ESSB 5190, CH 251 (2021)
Employees, lower paid frontline, health emergency pay for: SB 5115
Employees, pandemic leave assistance employee and employer grants, when: * E2SHB 1073, CH 109 (2021)
Employees, secondary traumatic stress in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
Employees, state, working from home, necessary expenditures reimbursement and social use of state internet: SB 5395, SSB 5395, E2SSB 5395
Employees, state, working from home, remote working environment work group, establishing: SSB 5395, E2SSB 5395
Employees, wage liens for wage claims, Washington wage recovery act: HB 1369, SB 5355, * ESSB 5355, CH 102 (2021)
Employers, infectious/contagious disease reporting requirements: SB 5115, * ESSB 5115, CH 252 (2021)
Employers, meeting paid sick or emergency child care leave requirements, tax credits for: SB 5115
Employers, pandemic leave assistance employee and employer grants, when: * E2SHB 1073, CH 109 (2021)
Employers, safety grant program, to meet new safety/health requirements during emergency: HB 1097, * ESHB 1097, CH 253 (2021), SB 5090
Employers, unemployment insurance contribution relief for: SB 5171
Employers, WISHA violations, civil penalties when emergency proclamation in effect, prohibiting: HB 1244
Epidemics/pandemics, local preparedness and response plans for, local health jurisdictions to develop/implement: HB 1442
Epidemics/pandemics, viral infections/severe disease prevention, health professionals committee, convening: HB 1442
Expenditures during emergency, 2021-2023 state government restrictions: HB 1027
Federal coronavirus relief funds, reattributing certain 2019-2021 appropriations for reappropriation of: HB 1334, HB 1467
Federal coronavirus relief funds, reattributing certain 2019-2021 appropriations to free up CRF funds: * HB 1367, CH 5 (2021), SB 5343
Financial intangible assets, Washington state wealth tax on, creating to achieve equity and provide funding: HB 1406, SHB 1406, SB 5426
Foreclosure, homeowners facing, assistance provisions of foreclosure fairness act, expanding applicability: HB 1108, * ESHB 1108, CH 151 (2021)
Fur farming/fur products manufacturing/production, spread of COVID-19 via, prohibitions to reduce: HB 1375
Governor's authority during state of emergency, legislation relating to, 2021 session cutoff dates exemption for: HCR 4402
Health care employees, unemployment and workers' compensation benefits, when: SB 5190, * ESSB 5190, CH 251 (2021)
Health care providers, personal protection equipment use during emergency, reimbursement by health carrier: SB 5169, * SSB 5169, CH 94 (2021)
Health care workers, paid administrative leave during public health emergency for, when: HB 1242
Health care, emergency services supervisory organizations in diversion centers for: HB 1276, * SHB 1276, CH 69 (2021)
Health care, injuries resulting from, actions against providers for, standard of care law and proof of injury: SB 5271, * SSB 5271, CH 241 (2021)
Health care, selected laws/regulations, automatic waiver or suspension of, when: SB 5178
Health care, selected laws/regulations, timely consideration of waiver or suspension of, when: * ESSB 5178, CH 268 (2021)
Health care, when medicaid-ineligible due to immigration status, state-only coverage and health/dental plans: HB 1191
Health orders, emergency, content and duration, and role of legislature: HB 1004, HB 1017, HB 1029
Health orders, emergency, health-related measures in, right to decline: HB 1305, HB 1317
Health orders, emergency, limitations due to education modality metrics: SB 5037
Health orders, emergency, school in-person learning as required option unless prohibited, when: SB 5464
Health orders, emergency, situations covered by, public agency meetings in virtual settings: HB 1180
Health professionals, behavioral health, grant program and workforce pilot program/training support grants: HB 1504, SHB 1504, * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Health systems, loans from government entities in response to emergency/pandemic, reporting: HB 1272, SHB 1272, * E2SHB 1272, CH 162 (2021)
Health, local boards of, impact of lack of expertise and lived experience during pandemic: HB 1110
Health, local jurisdictions, epidemic/pandemic local preparedness and response plans development/implementation by: HB 1442
Health-related measures, right to decline, despite laws/rules/order/directives addressing emergencies/diseases: HB 1305, HB 1317
Hospitals, information/data reporting, new requirements for, limiting to COVID-related patient care and vaccines: SB 5420
Hospitals, information/data reporting, state/federal obligations of acute care/psychiatric hospitals for, review of: SSB 5420, 2SSB 5420
House of representatives, proceedings during COVID-19 emergency, permanent rules: HR 4602, * HR 4610 (2021)
House of representatives, proceedings during COVID-19 emergency, temporary rules: * HR 4600 (2021), * HR 4605 (2021), * HR 4608 (2021)
Housing and rental assistance, special lodging excise tax use for: HB 1069
Housing, addressing foreclosures/homelessness via estate tax revenue deposits in equity in housing account: HB 1465
Housing, affordable, for families at all low-income levels: HB 1220, SHB 1220, * E2SHB 1220, CH 254 (2021) PV
Housing, affordable, or shelter units, services for residents of, revenue use for: HB 1069, SHB 1069, * E2SHB 1069, CH 296 (2021) PV
Housing, affordable, or shelters, emergency housing and shelters and permanent supportive housing: HB 1220, SHB 1220
Housing, affordable, or shelters, emergency housing/shelters and transitional and permanent supportive housing: * E2SHB 1220, CH 254 (2021) PV
Housing, rental, preserving through resolution and assistance programs and rent repayment plans: HB 1228
Housing, stability services and eviction prevention, use of revenue for: HB 1277, SHB 1277, * E2SHB 1277, CH 214 (2021), SB 5279
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccination proof for access to public places, prohibiting government from requiring: HB 1570
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, equitable dose allocation before reverting county to more restrictive Roadmap phase: HB 1580, SB 5484
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, planning/preparing/deploying using freed-up federal coronavirus funds: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccine, prioritizing school teachers and classified/private school staff for receipt of: HB 1420
Immunization, COVID-19 vaccines, limiting new hospital information reporting duties to COVID patient care and: SB 5420
Immunization, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, exemption when medical/philosophical/religious objection: HB 1065
Immunization, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, prohibiting unless conditions met: HB 1065
Immunization, right to decline, despite laws/rules/orders/directives addressing emergencies/diseases: HB 1305, HB 1317
Immunization, right to decline, religious/philosophical/personal objections: HB 1006
Immunization, rule/ordinance/order/policy requiring receipt for COVID of, prohibiting: SB 5144
Immunization, vaccine in limited supply, health care entity providing privileged access to, prohibiting: SB 5418
Information technology, state, cloud computing services, agency adoption/migration to, for vital services: HB 1274, SHB 1274, * E2SHB 1274, CH 40 (2021)
Insurance adjusters, emergency, nonresident independent adjusters as: HB 1037, * SHB 1037, CH 22 (2021)
Insurance rates/underwriting rules/etc., exceptions when credit information impacted by extraordinary life events: HB 1351, SB 5409
Insurance, health carriers, reimbursing advanced registered nurse practitioners at same rate as physicians: SB 5222
Internet, broadband services, provider data caps during state of emergency, prohibiting: SB 5470
Labor standards, for health emergency, establishing: SB 5115, * ESSB 5115, CH 252 (2021)
Legislature, 2021 cutoff dates, exempting HB 1557 and state of emergency gubernatorial authority matters from: HCR 4402
Legislature, joint committee hearings, member remote participation: * HCR 4400 (2021)
Legislature, joint sessions, member remote participation due to pandemic: * HCR 4400 (2021), * HCR 4401 (2021)
Legislature, special 30-day session for COVID-19 hardships and budgets, convening: SCR 8400
Licensing, distance supervision of independent clinical and advanced social workers for: * SHB 1007, CH 21 (2021)
Licensing, distance supervision of independent clinical social workers for: HB 1007
Liquor licenses, annual renewal date extension due to COVID, when: HB 1011, SHB 1011
Liquor licenses, businesses with, privileges granted to mitigate pandemic effects for, extending: HB 1480, SHB 1480, * E2SHB 1480, CH 48 (2021), SB 5417, SSB 5417
Liquor licenses, fees, reducing for certain restaurant/hotel/nightclub/theater/caterer licenses: HB 1359, SHB 1359, 2SHB 1359
Liquor licenses, fees, reducing for distillers and distillery off-site tasting rooms licenses: SHB 1359, 2SHB 1359
Liquor licenses, fees, waiving for one year, unless licensee has violated COVID-19/emergency requirements: SB 5272, * ESSB 5272, CH 6 (2021)
Long-term care facilities, communications/resident contact information/stop placement orders/visitation, improving: HB 1218, * SHB 1218, CH 159 (2021)
Long-term care facilities, comprehensive disaster preparedness plans of: HB 1218, * SHB 1218, CH 159 (2021)
Long-term care facilities, epidemic disease preparedness and response guidelines for, developing: SB 5294, SSB 5294
Long-term care facilities, essential support person and resident representative for each resident: HB 1218, * SHB 1218, CH 159 (2021)
Long-term care facilities/workers, impact of emergency operations on, modifications due to: HB 1120, * ESHB 1120, CH 203 (2021)
Long-term care providers, during COVID-19 pandemic, life/work/sacrifice of, recognizing and honoring: * HR 4624 (2021)
Meat processing facilities, pandemic impact on, license/intrastate inspection program to address: HB 1102
Meetings, public, in virtual settings, public agency authority for holding: HB 1180
Meetings, public, remote or limited during declared emergency, requirements: HB 1056, ESHB 1056
Mental health treatment, certain nonprofit organizations providing, B&O tax deduction for, reenacting: * HB 1296, CH 124 (2021)
Mental health, behavioral health provider grant program and workforce pilot program/training support grants: HB 1504, SHB 1504, * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Mental health, counselor/MFT/social worker associates, license renewal waiver during emergency: * HB 1063, CH 57 (2021)
Mental health, limited mental health staff certificate, for trauma-informed counseling of COVID-impacted students: HB 1444
Motor vehicle dealers, sales transaction electronic, internet, and location options: * EHB 1049, CH 201 (2021)
Open safe, open now plan, for reopening Washington, presenting Phase 3 regulations applying in all counties: HB 1553, SB 5473
Parks, local, budget needs due to COVID, local sales/use tax for: HB 1025, SB 5006
Parks/trails/outdoor spaces, "parks Rx" health and wellness pilot program, task force for developing, convening: SB 5292, SSB 5292
Personal protective equipment, vendors of, database of, developing: SB 5302, SSB 5302
Personal protective equipment, Washington producers of, website of/report about/tax exemptions for: HB 1489
Plastic and paper carryout bags, delaying requirements due to supply chain problems: HB 1053, SHB 1053
Postpartum/pregnant persons, medicaid postpartum coverage for, extending after COVID emergency: SB 5068, * SSB 5068, CH 90 (2021)
Property taxes, interest/penalties suspension and payment extensions/tax deferral, due to COVID emergency: HB 1332, SB 5402
Property taxes, payment extension/tax deferral via payment plan for properties used for business, due to COVID emergency: * ESHB 1332, CH 73 (2021)
Property taxes, state, antidisplacement property exemption for portion of residential property's assessed value: HB 1494, SHB 1494
Property taxes, state, residential real property exemption from, when, constitutional amendment for: HB 1494, SHB 1494
Property value, reduction in, as destroyed property or due to public health emergency use restrictions: SB 5282
Protective devices/equipment, during public health emergency, requirements for employers: SB 5115, SB 5254, * SSB 5254, CH 146 (2021)
Public assistance, basic food categorical income eligibility program, creating for income eligibility for other programs: SB 5433
Public assistance, for households in need, CEAP/need standards/cash benefit/transitional food assistance: HB 1151, * SHB 1151, CH 9 (2021)
Public assistance, need standards for households, expanding goods/services included in: HB 1151, * SHB 1151, CH 9 (2021)
Public assistance, one-time cash benefit and transitional food assistance for certain households: HB 1151, * SHB 1151, CH 9 (2021)
Public health measures, when infringing on any constitutional rights, prohibiting enforcement of: HB 1442
Public health services, foundational, comprehensive health services districts for, establishing and forming: SHB 1152
Public health services, foundational, comprehensive public health districts for, creating: HB 1152, SB 5173
Public health services, foundational, covered lives assessment funds use for: HB 1201, SB 5149, SSB 5149
Public health services, foundational, health districts for, and public health advisory, local, and community health advisory boards: * E2SHB 1152, CH 205 (2021)
Public health, knowledge/skills needed by students in grades 9-12, and education advisory committee: HB 1149
Public works contracts, clauses waiving/extinguishing rights to damages due to COVID-caused delay, voiding: SSB 5333
Quarantine, housing/rental assistance for persons in, revenue use for: HB 1069, SHB 1069, * E2SHB 1069, CH 296 (2021) PV
Quarantine, participation in self-isolation or, mandating of, prohibiting: HB 1305
Quarantine, participation in self-isolation or, mandating of, prohibition and exception: HB 1317
Real property, sales under execution, electronic media use for, during public health crises: * EHB 1271, CH 122 (2021)
Recreation, outdoor, "parks Rx" health and wellness pilot program, task force for developing, convening: SB 5292, SSB 5292
Recreation, outdoor, bicycle tour permit for groups of 6 or more not in same household, in rural counties: HB 1435
Rent increases, after expiration of governor's eviction moratorium, limiting: SB 5139
Rental assistance, access to state/local programs for tenants and landlords: SB 5160, SSB 5160
Rental assistance, emergency rental assistance grant program and account, creating: HB 1228, HB 1398
Rental assistance, eviction prevention rental assistance program, creating: HB 1277, SHB 1277, * E2SHB 1277, CH 214 (2021), SB 5279
Rental assistance, to prevent homelessness, certain account funds use for: SB 5156
Reopening Washington, "open safe, open now" plan for, presenting Phase 3 regulations applying in all counties: HB 1553, SB 5473
Reopening Washington, safely, places/organizations at phase 2 of Roadmap to Recovery plan: HB 1321, SB 5114
Resiliency, statewide disaster resiliency program, developing and administering: SHB 1147
Resiliency, statewide strategy, developing and administering: HB 1147
Resiliency, Washington state office of, establishing, and creating advisory board within office: HB 1147
Retirement benefits/service credit, state systems, impact of COVID-related expenditure reductions on: * SB 5021, CH 12 (2021)
Retirement, early during pandemic, SERS and TRS plans 2 and 3: HB 1032
Revenues, local government tax/other, supplanting of and flexibility with existing: HB 1069, SHB 1069, * E2SHB 1069, CH 296 (2021) PV
Roadmap to Recovery, phase 2, places/organizations reopening/resuming at: HB 1321, SB 5114
Roadmap to Recovery, reverting county to more restrictive phase, COVID-19 vaccine equitable dose allocation before: HB 1580, SB 5484
Schools, additional instructional days, districts providing, funding for: 2SSB 5147
Schools, adopting/filing/implementing reopening plan, immunity from COVID infection-related claims liability if: HB 1338
Schools, enrichment levies, formulas for, using 2019-2020 enrollments, when: * ESHB 1476, CH 221 (2021)
Schools, enrichment levies/local effort assistance/learning assistance program, using 2019-2020 enrollments for: HB 1476
Schools, enrollment stabilization allocations for local education agencies, when: HB 1476
Schools, graduation requirements, changes to and emergency waivers of: HB 1162, SHB 1162
Schools, graduation requirements, credit/subject area, emergency waivers for individual students: * EHB 1121, CH 7 (2021)
Schools, in-person instruction, as required learning option, when: SB 5464
Schools, in-person instruction, resuming via certain options, prioritizing delivery to certain students when: HB 1366, SHB 1366
Schools, learning assistance program, using appropriations to address COVID-caused academic deficits: HB 1208
Schools, learning assistance program, using appropriations to address COVID-related academic/nonacademic needs: * SHB 1208, CH 111 (2021)
Schools, learning devices initiatives and consultation/procurement/training for school districts: SHB 1365, * E2SHB 1365, CH 301 (2021)
Schools, learning devices/computers/peripheral devices in, plan and programs for: HB 1365, HB 1450
Schools, learning loss, balanced school calendar/additional opportunities/summer reengagement grant programs: 2SSB 5147
Schools, learning loss/extracurricular activities missed, bridge year pilot program establishment to address: SB 5265, SSB 5265, 2SSB 5265
Schools, opening metrics for education modality, positivity standard as basis: SB 5037
Schools, private, emergency waivers of hours/days requirements for: * EHB 1131, CH 8 (2021)
Schools, secondary traumatic stress in K-12 workforce, model policy/procedure to prevent/address: HB 1363, * SHB 1363, CH 129 (2021)
Schools, student transportation services, funds allocation/expanded services during remote instruction: SB 5128, SSB 5128, * E2SSB 5128, CH 234 (2021)
Senate, proceedings during COVID-19 emergency, adoption process for, in permanent rules: * SR 8600 (2021)
Senate, proceedings during COVID-19 emergency, emergency parliamentary rules: * SR 8601 (2021)
Student athletes, newly recruited, four-year colleges to reserve 50% of athletic scholarship funding for: HB 1390
Substance use disorder professional trainees, certification renewal waiver during emergency: * HB 1063, CH 57 (2021)
Substance use disorder treatment, certain nonprofit organizations providing, B&O tax deduction for, reenacting: * HB 1296, CH 124 (2021)
Substance use disorder, provider grant program and workforce pilot program/training support grants: HB 1504, SHB 1504, * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline coordination with crisis call center hubs and behavioral health crisis response system: * E2SHB 1477, CH 302 (2021)
Suicide, 988 crisis hotline coordination with hotline centers, 911 systems, and behavioral health crisis system: HB 1182, HB 1477, SHB 1477, SB 5209
Suicide, prevention organizations and crisis intervention information for students on websites of schools: HB 1373, * SHB 1373, CH 167 (2021)
Suicide, thoughts of, agricultural workers with, agricultural community mental health hotline services for: HB 1434
Suicide, youths up to age 24 who died by, impact of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among: HB 1354
Suicide, youths up to age 25 who died by, impact of COVID-19 pandemic on suicide rates among: SHB 1354, 2SHB 1354
Task force, for statewide pandemic response and recovery after-action review, establishing: SHB 1340
Task force, statewide pandemic preparation and response, establishing, and creating account for: HB 1340
Tenants and landlords, COVID hardship protections and requirements for: HB 1228, HB 1398, SB 5160, SSB 5160, * E2SSB 5160, CH 115 (2021) PV
Tenants and landlords, eviction resolution pilot program, for rent nonpayment cases, establishing: SSB 5160, * E2SSB 5160, CH 115 (2021) PV
Tenants and landlords, limiting rent increases after eviction moratorium expiration: SB 5139
Tenants, COVID hardship protections for: HB 1236, * ESHB 1236, CH 212 (2021)
Unemployment benefits, extended, benefit and eligibility periods and job search requirements for: HB 1492, SHB 1492, SB 5425, * SSB 5425, CH 107 (2021)
Unemployment benefits, for health care employees, when: SB 5190, * ESSB 5190, CH 251 (2021)
Unemployment benefits, forgiven, for certain employers, reimbursement by unemployment insurance relief account: HB 1568, SB 5478
Unemployment benefits, forgiven, for certain employers, reimbursement of UC fund by unemployment insurance relief account for: * ESSB 5478, CH 292 (2021)
Unemployment benefits, reimbursing from COVID-19 unemployment account: HB 1021
Unemployment insurance, aiding employees and employers during public health emergency: HB 1098, HB 1343, SB 5061, * ESSB 5061, CH 2 (2021)
Unemployment insurance, claim adjudicators, training program for, creating: HB 1487, SHB 1487, SB 5193, * ESSB 5193, CH 271 (2021)
Unemployment insurance, contribution relief for employers: SB 5171
Unemployment insurance, effective/equitable claims processing, demand thresholds, and emergency drills: HB 1487, SHB 1487, * ESSB 5193, CH 271 (2021)
Utilities, customer support via payment plans/partial arrearages forgiveness and utility public utility tax credit: SB 5472
Utilities, electric light/space heating service, termination due to unpaid charges, prohibitions, when/for whom: HB 1490
Utilities, electric, impacts on, compliance burden reduction/customer assistance: SB 5007
Utilities, electric, impacts on, conservation acquisition targets, when events beyond control prevent meeting of: HB 1446, * SHB 1446, CH 79 (2021)
Utilities, lien imposition against customer premises, after emergency declaration expires: HB 1069, SHB 1069, * E2SHB 1069, CH 296 (2021) PV
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccination proof for access to public places, prohibiting government from requiring: HB 1570
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, equitable dose allocation before reverting county to more restrictive Roadmap phase: HB 1580, SB 5484
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, planning/preparing/deploying using freed-up federal coronavirus funds: HB 1368, * ESHB 1368, CH 3 (2021), SB 5344
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccine, prioritizing school teachers and classified/private school staff for receipt of: HB 1420
Vaccination, COVID-19 vaccines, limiting new hospital information reporting duties to COVID patient care and: SB 5420
Vaccination, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, exemption when medical/philosophical/religious objection: HB 1065
Vaccination, law/rule/order requiring receipt of, prohibiting unless conditions met: HB 1065
Vaccination, right to decline, despite laws/rules/orders/directives addressing emergencies/diseases: HB 1305, HB 1317
Vaccination, right to decline, religious/philosophical/personal objections: HB 1006
Vaccination, rule/ordinance/order/policy requiring receipt for COVID of, prohibiting: SB 5144
Vaccination, vaccine in limited supply, health care entity providing privileged access to, prohibiting: SB 5418
Vulnerable populations, protections for, via consumer protection improvement act: SB 5025, * SSB 5025, CH 228 (2021)
Workers, agricultural, agricultural community mental health hotline services for: HB 1434
Workers, behavioral health, provider grant program and workforce pilot program for training support grants: HB 1504, SHB 1504, * E2SHB 1504, CH 170 (2021)
Workers, Washington income replacement for immigrant workers program, during COVID pandemic, creating: SB 5438
WorkFirst TANF program, extension beyond 60 months limit for months when unemployment rate at/above 7 percent: * 2SSB 5214, CH 239 (2021)
WorkFirst TANF program, ineligibility after 60 months, not counting months when unemployment rate at/above 7 percent: SSB 5214
WorkFirst TANF program, termination and ineligibility provisions, removal of or exemption from, when: SB 5214
WorkFirst TANF program, WorkFirst orientation attendance requirement, dropping, when: SB 5214
Working connections child care, eligibility/copayment, federal pandemic benefits exclusion: SB 5023
Working families' tax exemption, providing sales/use tax exemption, updating and simplifying: HB 1297, * ESHB 1297, CH 195 (2021), HB 1319, SB 5387, SB 5424