Topical Index

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Access to firearms, by person involuntarily committed, preventing, when: HB 2603, HB 2893, SB 5643
Ammunition, large capacity magazines for, banning of, when: HB 2354
Ammunition, statewide fee upon retail sale, for public safety funding: HB 2374
Assault weapons, banning of, when: HB 2354
Background checks for sales and transfers, repealing Initiative 594: HB 1886
Background checks for sales and transfers, repealing provisions from Initiative 594: HB 1245
Background checks, before delivery by dealer, decreasing maximum period for: HB 1521
Background checks, exemption for certain firearm transfers involving private security guards: HB 1506, SB 5579, SSB 5579
Background checks, exemption for certain transfers while conducting nonprofit fund-raising activities: SB 6158
Background checks, exemption for transfer to museum or historical society for temporary exhibition: HB 1533
Background checks, exemption for transfers involving persons in armed forces, law enforcement, and corrections, when: SB 5615
Background checks, exemption for transfers involving various persons not otherwise disqualified from firearm possession: HB 2164
Civil rights, public official denial of firearms civil rights, gross misdemeanor, civil and criminal actions for violations: HB 2975
Civil rights, restoration, vacated domestic violence records, use in later prosecution, prohibiting, exceptions: SB 5831
Deadly weapon sentencing enhancements, provisions: SB 5835
Deliveries, by dealer to law enforcement officer, requirements: HB 1535, SB 5476, SB 5539
Emergency, lawful firearm possession during state of, protecting constitutional right: HB 2202, HB 2553
Felony offenses, convicted felony firearm offender registration, requiring: HB 2410, * SHB 2410, CH 94 (2016)
Forfeited firearms, disposition, destruction only when illegal: HB 2372
Imitation firearm manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1692
Insurance, firearms liability coverage, requiring for lawful purchase: HB 2836
Juvenile offenses while armed, modifying provisions: HB 2906, * ESHB 2906, CH 136 (2016), SB 6529, SSB 6529
Manufacturers of ammunition, parts, or accessories, multiple tax preferences for: HB 1442
National rifle association, special license plates, creating: HB 2514, SB 6015, SSB 6015
Pistols, concealed pistol license, authorizing when applicant at least 18 years old: HB 2088
Pistols, concealed pistol license, authorizing when applicant at least 18 years old, reciprocity provisions: HB 2089
Pistols, concealed pistol license, renewal notice requirements: HB 1191, SHB 1191, SB 6267, SSB 6267
Pistols, concealed, licensee bringing into another's home, prohibited without permission: HB 2738
Pistols, concealed, licensee carrying on higher education campus, authorizing, requirements and violations: HB 2867
Pistols, on higher education campuses, offenses involving: HB 2867
Pistols, personalized handguns, purchase application identification as and sales and use tax exemptions for: HB 2653
Pistols, purchase applications and transfer records, prohibiting retention and eliminating from databases: HB 1193
Possessing, brandishing, or discharging firearm, sentencing enhancements for, while committing a crime: HB 2975
Privately owned firearms, return to owner by law enforcement agency: HB 1731, SHB 1731, SB 5381, * SSB 5381, CH 130 (2015)
Protection orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm or dangerous weapon possession, when: SHB 1857
Protection orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm possession, when: HB 2461, SB 6352
Protective orders, emergency extreme risk and extreme risk, preventing firearm possession, when: HB 1857, SB 5727
Public places, firearms in, regulation by certain local authorities: HB 2460, SB 6351
Rifles, short-barreled, exemption from prohibitions, when: HB 1722, HB 2481, SB 6165, * SSB 6165, CH 214 (2016)
Right to possess, loss by person acquitted by reason of insanity, notification: HB 2405, * SHB 2405, CH 93 (2016), SB 5658
Safety, high school firearm safety and hunter education elective course: HB 2325, SB 6515
Safety, products, for safe storage, sales and use tax exemptions: HB 2031
Schools, firearms at, exemptions from prohibition, when: HB 1433, SB 5500
Security guards, private, firearm transfers, background check exemption: HB 1506, SB 5579, SSB 5579
Self-defense, holding reasonable fear of imminent peril, when appropriate, criminal and civil immunity: HB 2712, SB 6487
Self-defense, right of, against attack by aggressive and violent animal: HB 1474
Self-defense, using defensive or even deadly force, when: HB 1324
Shooting, target-shooting facilities, via innovative zoning of agricultural lands: HB 2814
Storage of firearms, unsafe, child endangerment due to, dealer warning when selling storage and safety items: HB 1747, SB 5789, SB 6310
Storage of firearms, unsafe, child endangerment due to, first and second degree, when: HB 1747, SB 5789, SB 6310
Storage or transportation in private vehicle, lawful, business or employer policy prohibiting, to be unlawful: HB 2951
Suicide awareness, prevention information, adding to firearms safety pamphlet: HB 2793, SHB 2793, * E2SHB 2793, CH 90 (2016) PV, SB 6603
Suicide awareness, safe homes project to provide dealer or range participation tax credit: SHB 2793
Suicide awareness, safe homes project to provide dealer participation tax credit: HB 2793, SB 6603
Toy gun manufacturing requirement act, requiring nondeceptive coloration for legal possession: HB 1594