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HB 1078 - 2021-22
Restoring voter eligibility for all persons convicted of a felony offense who are not in total confinement under the jurisdiction of the department of corrections.
Sponsors: Simmons, Young, Dolan, Berry, Fitzgibbon, Johnson, J., Wicks, Chopp, Wylie, Bateman, Ramos, Berg, Shewmake, Tharinger, Ramel, Ortiz-Self, Peterson, Gregerson, Walen, Goodman, Senn, Sells, Ryu, Valdez, Callan, Hackney, Morgan, Ormsby, Pollet, Riccelli, Taylor, Springer, Stonier, Lekanoff, Frame, Santos, Jacobsen, Macri, Davis, Bergquist, Harris-Talley
Companion Bill: SB 5086
See Bill History for complete details on the bill
Engrossed Substitute - ESHB 1078
SState Govt & E
Where is it in the process?
2021 REGULAR SESSION
Prefiled for introduction.
First reading, referred to State Government & Tribal Relations. (View Original Bill)
Public hearing in the House Committee on State Government & Tribal Relations at 10:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Executive action taken in the House Committee on State Government & Tribal Relations at 10:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Minority; do not pass. (Minority Report)
Referred to Rules 2 Review.
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
1st substitute bill substituted (SGOV 21). (View 1st Substitute)
Amendment ruled beyond the scope and object of the bill.
Floor amendment(s) adopted.
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
IN THE SENATE
First reading, referred to State Government & Elections.
Scheduled for public hearing in the Senate Committee on State Government & Elections at 8:00 AM (Subject to change). (Committee Materials)
Scheduled for executive session in the Senate Committee on State Government & Elections at 10:30 AM (Subject to change). (Committee Materials)
For a complete list of documents, go to Online Reports Text of a Legislative Document.